This position is open to a highly motivated individual willing and able to conduct field work safely, efficiently, and professionally in a variety of environments. The successful candidate will perform a variety of conservation/restoration activities for HP&R that benefit bats and other wildlife. These tasks include but are not limited to fence construction, pond/tank development and improvement, erosion control, invasive vegetation removal and control, native vegetation planting, acoustic detector installation/management, use of hand/power tools, working in proximity to heavy equipment, participating in program certification and training, planning projects, writing reports, managing data, and conducting training exercises. Extensive travel primarily in the western United States will b

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