This position is located within a National Forest. The primary purpose of this position is to perform work as a team leader or as a member of a team to collaboratively achieve mutual goals and objectives, while participating in the development of the unit wildlife project plans and program for habitat management.Learn more about this agency
- Schedules, organizes, and executes field wildlife projects for detecting identifying and evaluating habitat management.
- Using prescribed procedures, the technician resolves regular and recurring problems concerning wildlife project plans for habitat management.
- Collects, complies and summarizes the data that is obtained on wildlife habitat and vegetation for preparation of wildlife species, range allotment, deer herd, and other maps and management plans.
- Compiles and summarizes the data obtains from aerial and ground surveys to determine vegetation types
- Conducts routine analyses
- Provides the biological and vegetation data from records and fieldwork to professional personnel after checking it and developing explanations for unusually high or low figures
- or figures that seem inconsistent to determine past wildlife and livestock use.
- Collects data for big game, upland game, raptors, small mammals, and threatened and endangered species.
- Subsequently, assists with development of reports after higher graded employees have refined and verified the data and analyzed the results.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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