Employer: Student Conservation Association
Application deadlines and appointment dates vary…some start as early as November 2022
This position requires that applicants have had professional Chainsaw training in the past. Preferred training includes S-130 and S-190 (Wildland Firefighting Basic) which will be provided within the first 60 days.
The Ordway-Swisher Biological Station is a year-round biological field station established for the long-term study and conservation of unique ecosystems through management, research, and education. This position will work closely with the Land Management Specialist and other station staff to complete various land management tasks throughout the station. The station has an active prescribed fire program, and as such, a major focus of this position will be to aid in the preparation of burn units as well as conduct controlled burns. Other major projects will include sandhill restoration, invasive plant control, road maintenance, debris removal, and data collection. Various other duties include upkeep and maintenance of station facilities, data entry, and assisting with public tours.
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