This is a group vacancy for two positions located on the Hoosier National Forest, and the Mark Twain National Forest. Please see the Additional Information section for duty locations and contact information.Learn more about this agency
The positions will be filled at the GS-5 level with promotion potential to GS-7.
The primary purpose of these positions is to perform a variety of complex and recurring duties in support of wildlife habitat on the assigned unit.
- Construct or complete habitat project work such as watershed improvement or restoration work, fencing, and mowing and/or planting areas to improve or create early successional habitat.
- Assess habitat environments, requirements, and characteristics of fish and wildlife species or populations.
- Examine information and develop reports of results with suitable recommendations.
- Gather data for development of fish and wildlife management plans and coordination of fish and wildlife needs for environmental analysis reports.
- Follow standard procedures to perform field duties such as sampling in streams, or wildlife or plant identification.
- May perform invasive plant removal as a form of wildlife habitat management.
Occasional travel - Occasional Travel for site visits, meetings, and/or training may be required.
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