Under general supervision, performs fire prevention, fire suppression, and conservation work on state forests and private lands of average difficulty; and performs related work as required. Distinguishing Features: This is the working and/or lead level class in the Forestry Aide Sub-Series.  An employee in this class operates and maintains heavy equipment and performs a wide variety of wildland fire suppression and related work in fire management, forest management and reforestation on state forests and private lands. This class differs from a Forestry Aide 1 in that that an incumbent of the latter is part time, functions at the entry level and does not operate heavy equipment. This class differs from a Forestry Technician in that an incumbent of the latter acts as

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