The Pacific West Region is recruiting for summer seasonal Biological Science Technician (Plants), GS-0404-4/5 positions intended to assist permanent staff with vegetation monitoring and/or invasive plant management field work.Learn more about this agency
Open to the first 250 applicants. Applications must be submitted by 11:59 EST on the 'applicant cut-off' date (which may be sooner than 12/18/2020) to be considered.
Multiple positions will be filled at multiple locations.
- Lake Roosevelt NRA: Kettle Falls, WA (GS-05 Only)
- Channel Islands National Park, Ventura, CA (GS-05 Only)
- Crater Lake NP, OR (GS-05 Only)
- Lassen Volcanic NP: Mineral, CA (GS-05 Only)
- Lewis and Clark NHP: Astoria, OR (GS-05 Only)
- North Cascades NP: Marblemount, Port Angeles, Stehekin, WA
- Olympic NP: Port Angeles WA (GS-05 Only)
- Sequoia NP: Three Rivers, CA
- Kings Canyon NP, CA
- Perform routine and recurring testing of collected samples. Record all data collected and ensure adequate quality control. Make field observations of natural resource conditions.
- Utilize a variety of computer programs to compile, reduce, store, retrieve, and report data and other resource management information.
- Conduct routine resource monitoring programs for evaluating rare, threatened and endangered plant species, vegetation communities, population dynamics, ecosystem relationships, and public health/safety issues.
- Carry out a variety of field activities such as the plant surveys, control of non-native and invasive plant or insect species, and enhancement of native plant populations.
- Utilize databases to enter and organize collected field data and uses standard statistical methods in the preparation of draft reports.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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