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Description of Duties/Essential Functions Benefits Supplemental Questions

Under general supervision of the Aquatic Nuisance Species/Aquaculture Program Manager, provides professional assistance to implement fisheries resources programs, working independently or as part of a work unit, for the prevention and management of ANS transfer between the designated area of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River basins through the Chicago Waterway System and the statewide implementation of the Illinois Comprehensive Aquatic Invasive Species Plan.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires a bachelor's degree in Fisheries, Fish Culture, Microbiology or closely related biological field supplemented by one year of directly related professional experience. Requires an IL Pesticide Applicator's license. Requires ability to understand both written and verbal instruction. Requires ability to work under adverse environmental conditions; requires ability to lift loads that exceed 60 lbs; requires ability to traverse rough and broken terrain on foot without mechanical assistance to use various equipment and to negotiate a variety of natural obstacles while, using, carrying or otherwise transporting a variety of equipment. Requires competency in use of computers. Requires possession of a valid Illinois driver's license. Requires ability to travel.

Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:

Anticipated Starting Salary: $3817-$4167
Current bargaining unit employees: CBA language applies
Full Bargaining Unit Range: $3817-$5601 per month

WORK HOURS
Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 3:30 pm, 1/2-hour lunch, Saturday & Sunday off

WORK LOCATION
ORC Division of Fisheries
Silver Springs State Park
13608 Fox Road
Yorkville, IL (Kendall County)

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Fisheries Region 1 Administrator

Under administrative direction of the division of the Fish Management Section Manager, as the Fisheries Region 1 Administrator, plans, directs, supervises, coordinates, controls and evaluates the activities of all regional and district based personnel in the implementation and execution of the Fisheries programs within Region 1.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of a bachelor's degree in fisheries resource management or in a related biological science. Requires six years progressively responsible professional experience in fish resource management. Requires a thorough knowledge of state of federal laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to natural resources conservation; requires a thorough knowledge of the operation of the geographic region; requires thorough knowledge of Office objectives, policies, programs and services; requires thorough knowledge of managerial procedures and techniques, program budgeting, personnel, statistics and procurement procedures. Requires possession of a valid Illinois driver's license.

Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:

Anticipated Starting Salary: $5555-$6401 per month
Current bargaining unit employees: CBA language applies
Full Bargaining Unit Range: $5555-$8233

WORK HOURS
Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, 1/2-hour lunch, Saturday & Sunday off

WORK LOCATION
ORC Division of Fisheries
Silver Springs SFWA
13608 Fox Rd
Yorkville, IL (Kendall County)

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Description of Duties/Essential Functions

Under general supervision of the Region Administrator, as the District Fisheries Biologist, administers, manages and implements the Division's fisheries resource programs for inland lakes of assigned counties in Region 2.

Minimum Requirements:

Requires knowledge, skill and mental ability equivalent to a master's degree in fisheries or a related biological, life or natural science; or requires a bachelor's degree in the field supplemented by two years of directly related professional experience. Requires possession of a valid Illinois driver's license. Requires ability to obtain an Illinois Aquatic Pest Control Applicator's Certification. Requires ability to understand both written and verbal instruction. Requires ability to work under adverse environmental conditions. Requires good health for physically demanding work.

Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact:

Anticipated Starting Salary: $4402-$4809
Current bargaining unit employees: CBA language applies
Full Bargaining Unit Range: $4402-$6581 per month

WORK HOURS
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., ½-hour lunch, Saturday & Sunday off

WORK LOCATION
ORC Division of Fisheries
Silver Springs State Park
13608 Fox Road
Yorkville, IL (Kendall County)

WHERE TO APPLY
Department of Natural Resources
Attn: Mike McClelland
One Natural Resources Way
Springfield, IL 62702
Phone: 217-524-4111

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Local150The Apprenticeship Office for Local 150 Operating Engineers will be distributing applications for the trades of Heavy Equipment Operator, Heavy Equipment Repair Technician, Geothermal Well Driller, and Construction Material Inspector from November 1-November 27, 2019.

An application can be requested in person at one of our 9 offices during the scheduled dates and times listed below. A $25 application fee per program will be required at the time of request in the form of a money order only, made payable to “Local 150 Apprenticeship Fund.” Please note: All Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license. The address on your driver’s license MUST MATCH the address on your application.

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119 B Capitol Building
Springfield, IL 62706 
(217) 782-0052

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15300 Rt. 59 Unit 202
Plainfield, IL 60544 
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