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USDA-APHIS is  looking to fill 6 entomology identifier positions in Beltsville/Riverdale, Maryland (north of Washington, D.C.). The positions were posted to USAjobs this morning, are open until Friday (16 Dec), and are limited to the first 50 applicants.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/459035400/

According to the announcement, "[t]his position serves as the authority in general Entomology, as well in beetles (Coleoptera), files (Diptera) true bugs (Hemiptera), and moths (Lepidoptera) for the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and provides final identification of these insects and related groups, analyzes pest risk, makes recommendations to management and collaborates with scientists, plant health regulators and others, worldwide. Responsibilities may also include the development, management, and overall coordination of national plant health program policies for (1) insect identification for groups including, but not limited to, Coleoptera, Diptera, Heteroptera, and Lepidoptera, (2) biological control of plant pests (general entomology), and  (3) molecular systematics to aid in the identification of insect pests.  This position encompasses the highest level possible for taxonomic determinations of these insect orders with APHIS."

Please note that I am not affiliated with USDA-APHIS, just passing this announcement along after I saw it on USAjobs and thought there would be people interested in it on the listserv.

Cheers,
Michael Skvarla