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Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) is offering a Post-Master's or Postdoctoral fellowship in the Entomology Branch.
The Entomology Branch conducts basic and applied research, field testing, and product development activities to reduce the risk of vector-borne diseases to DoD personnel and to support global health of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research.
As an ORISE participant, you will gain experience within research studies seeking to determine susceptibility of mosquitoes, ticks, and other arthropods to insecticides and repellents, in laboratory, semi-field and field environments.
The City of Norfolk's Department of Public Health is seeking to hire an experienced professional to fill the position of Environmental Health Assistant I. This position is an intermittent part-time position. Work involves surveying assigned areas for active and potential environmental nuisances, specifically as they relate to vector control. The incumbent will also be investigating and abating mosquito and rodent problems via source reduction, application of chemicals, and referral of findings for further action. Additionally, the Environmental Health Assistant I submits reports and provides communication with public and other agencies.
The City of Norfolk's Department of Public Health is seeking to hire an experienced Environmental Health Assistant II to performs several aspects of arboviral surveillance including field work and laboratory work. The Environmental Health Assistant II analyzes data using databases and Geographic Information Systems.