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- Performs a variety of routine and frequently complex tasks involving techniques and practices relating to natural resources management programs, (i.e., timber and silviculture, recreation, wildlife, range, and fire and fuels management).
- Completes variety of complex and recurring technical duties individually or as a crew member or leader, in support of the unit's various natural resource management program areas.
- Uses hand and power tools such as ax, shovel, pulaski, fire rake, injector and/or chainsaw in order to effectively perform duties in fire, timber, recreation and other related forestry areas.
- Compiles and summarizes the vegetation types obtained from ground surveys including forest health monitoring, biological evaluations, and range surveys.
- Makes group and individual contacts in providing forest recreation information and answering questions about recreation management on the unit.
- Notifies visitors of violations and potential violations.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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