Coordinates, supervises and participates in the management of exotic aquatic plants posing a danger to the County’s native vegetation or interfering with navigation in County waterways. The position is responsible for supervising staff; managing equipment; ensuring compliance with standards, regulations, policies and procedures; providing technical assistance to other County departments, government agencies and the general public, and performing related professional and administrative duties as required. May be required to assist with emergency support functions in the event of a declared emergency and/or any other emergency duties as assigned.
Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered. Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science, Environmental Science, Pest Management or a closely related field with three (3) years of related experience, at least one of which has been in a supervisory capacity.
Requires a valid Florida driver’s license. Must possess, or obtain within six months of employment, state license in General Standards for pesticide application with the category of Aquatic’s Applicator and must obtain within 12 months, a Public Health Pest Control license.
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