This position is located within a National Forest. The primary purpose of this position is to perform duties in support of the wildlife management program.Learn more about this agency
- Frequently, there is an integrated approach to address resource management issues, where the incumbent works as a team leader or as a member of a team to collaboratively achieve mutual goals and objectives.
- Individually, as a leader, or part of a team, performs established wildlife-related assignments.
- Assignments involve constructing or completing habitat project work such as; watershed development, fencing, or clearing areas to establish food that is more desirable or cover habitat. For example, assesses habitat environments,
- For example, assesses habitat environments, requirements and inhabitants of wildlife; collects and accumulates data through a variety of techniques; examines information, and develops reports of results with suitable recommendations.
- Collects facts for development of wildlife management plans and coordination of wildlife needs for environmental analysis reports.
- Performs complicated test following standard procedures for the full range of support work in the wildlife management program.
- Assignments involve collecting and analyzing; developing reports on the characteristics and quality of the samples of the field test; and developing accurate records and making presentation of findings.
- Field duties include sampling in streams and lakes for fish and invertebrates. Captures and identifies fish, and records data.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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