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POSITION TITLE: Police Dispatcher    DIVISION: Law Enforcement, Central Communication Center
POSITION NUMBER: 00192    HIRING RANGE: $35,278 – 38,000 certified

WORK DESCRIPTION: Responsible for radio communications for the Law Enforcement Division of the Marine Resources Commission on the night shift. Operates all radio communications equipment, answers and transmits radio and telephone messages between VMRC vessels, vehicles, aircraft, as well as vessels and vehicles of other local, state, and federal agencies. Handles emergency calls and assist law enforcement management/staff in the directing of the use of resources during crises. Will receive and assist the public during the day shifts. Performs sales of licenses; assist with inventory, data entry, some typing of letters and reports, and filing. Hours of operation are 24/7.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Must be flexible, able to work varied hours (all three shifts), on a rotating schedule; have proven ability to effectively communicate with all levels of people, speak clearly and concisely and be able to maintain composure during periods of emergency. Use independent judgement; is able to think through a crises; collect and organize data to facilitate crises operation, and insures that safety guidelines and regulations are followed during the emergency. Must have a high school education or General Equivalency Degree; demonstrated experience with radio systems, prefer VCIN, NCIC certified. Must be able to use a personal computer for data entry and clerical support and successfully pass a criminal background check. Physical activity requires some light lifting, walking, bending, stooping, and sitting.

WORK LOCATION: Marine Resources Operations and Communications Center, 30 Jefferson Ave., Newport News, VA

POSITION AVAILABLE: Immediately

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, June 14, 2019

A COMPLETED STATE APPLICATION FORM 10-012 IS REQUIRED AND IS AVAILABLE ON THE STATE WEBSITE https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/

Marine Resources Commission
380 Fenwick Rd
Fort Monroe, VA 23651
Attn: Director of Human Resources
(757) 247-2200

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
MINORITIES AND VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

 

 

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POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

WORKING TITLE: Fisheries Mgt. Planner    DIVISION: Fisheries Management

POSITION NO.: 00207    PAY BAND: 4    Hiring Range: $35,278 – $42,685

WORK DESCRIPTION: Position conducts background research, subsequent data analysis, and prepares finding on immediate problems and issues concerning Virginia’s Marine Resources; conducts analysis on fisheries dependent and independent data for various species to provide information and results for management; provides summaries of analytical results of data to advisory groups and Commission. Develops and assures compliance with State and Federal reports and evaluations as directed. Presents at meetings; prepares materials for any fisheries advisory committee meetings as well as recording and preparation of final meeting minutes; prepares summary review of commission decisions for Fisheries Management Division; may represent agency at assigned State and regional committees.

DESIRED QUALIFICATION: Requires strong analytical skills, knowledge of applied seafood harvesting practices and business, scientific knowledge of marine species and the marine environment. Requires well-developed skills in speaking and writing. Experience in computer based data management and statistical analysis required. Must have ability to disseminate information to a variety of audiences including fisheries managers, industry based professionals, and the public. Must be proficient in the use of computer programs, to include MS Office, r Package and SAS, and ability to create presentation materials from each. Degree preferred.

Position requires physical ability to life up to 20 lbs; pushing and pulling; standing, sitting, reaching, walking, bending, stooping, and climbing

WORK LOCATION: 380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96, Fort Monroe, VA 23651

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, June 13, 2019

A COMPLETED STATE APPLICATION FORM IS AVAILABLE ON THE STATE WEBSITE: https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/

INTERESTED PERSONS PLEASE APPLY:

Marine Resources Commission
380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96
Fort Monroe, VA 23651
Attn: Director, Human Resources
(757) 247-2200

V/M/F
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 

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POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

CLASS TITLE: Fisheries Management Specialist    DIVISION: Fisheries Management

POSITION NO: 00205    PB 4    HIRING RANGE: $35,278 - $42,685

WORK DESCRIPTION: Provides analysis and interpretation on commercial and recreational fisheries landings and biological data. Establish, document, and maintain confidential commercial and recreational fisheries databases. Involved with the verification and dissemination of data collected through the Fisheries Management Divisions Mandatory Harvest Reporting program. Responsible for data QA/QC; performs monthly 10% error check of folders keyed in by data entry personnel. Conducts audits on seafood buyers. Produces reports and presentations dealing with marine fisheries in Virginia. Interacts with scientific, regulatory, and fishing industry groups.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of the seafood industry, to include harvesting procedures, processing, and biological data. Must have the ability to disseminate information to a variety of audiences including fisheries managers, industry based professionals and the general public. Must be proficient in the use of computer programs, to include MS Word, Excel, Access, and Power point; analyzing data, and have the ability to create products from each. Need experience with relational Data Base Management systems.

POSITION AVAILABILITY: Immediately

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications must be received by the agency no later than 5:00 P.M., Thursday, June 13, 2019

A COMPLETED STATE APPLICATION FORM 10-012 IS REQUIRED AND IS AVAILABLE AT OUR WEBSITE https://www.mrc.virginia.gov or https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com/

INTERESTED PERSONS PLEASE APPLY TO:

Marine Resources Commission
380 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 96
Fort Monroe, VA 23651
Attn: Director, Human Resources
(757) 247-2200

M/F/H/V
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

 

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MRIP (Marine Recreational Information Program)
Seasonal Data Field Technician

Duties and Responsibilities: The incumbent will conduct the field portion of the MRIP. This program requires face-to-face interviews with marine recreational anglers. Field staff will travel to assigned sites to interview anglers about their fishing experiences, collect a variety of information, and weigh, measure, and identify fish by species name that the anglers have caught. Assigned sites can include beaches, banks, piers, docks/jetties, and access points for private charter and head boats, including marinas, boat ramps and other points of entry to marine waters. Field staff is responsible for entering collected data into a Samsung Tablet onsite while conducting the field interview. The seasonal staff will work through a temp agency.

Qualifications: Must have a valid Virginia driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle; be willing to travel a reasonable distance to reach assigned sites; be available on weekends and weekdays, with additional availability during some evenings and nights. Individuals should be comfortable approaching and speaking with strangers; handling, measuring, and weighing fish; and working outside for extended periods of time in variable weather conditions. Must have a basic knowledge of the Virginia species of fish and be able to visually recognize the species for recording. Must have meticulous attention to detail and be proficient in data entry and submitting data in a timely fashion. Must have proven communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and follow prescribed procedures. Must be computer savvy and be able to scan and send data from home.

Knowledge of fish species with experience in the area of recreational angling and familiarity of marine waterways in their local area is preferred.

Location and Hours: The seasonal data technicians are required to work a minimum of three (3) 6 hour shifts a week; must have flexible availability, and be able to work any and all of the following shifts: 2am – 8am; 8am -2pm; 2pm – 8pm; 8pm – 2am; regular weekend work will be required and seasonal staff may be required to work at least 12 hours each weekend.

Those interested may contact Linda Hancock at 757-247-8052.



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