The City of Louisville owns, either alone or in conjunction with other governmental entities, approximately 2000 acres of designated open space and over 32 miles of interconnecting trails for biking and hiking throughout the town. With this position, the Open Space program is shifting focus to land stewardship and Natural Resource management. The City is looking for an enthusiastic, self-driven, and innovative individual who is ready to develop and implement an inventory and monitoring program for the City to better understand the impacts of our stewardship efforts. This position works with limited supervision from the Open Space Superintendent and assists the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Department in carrying out the objectives of the Department as identified in the Parks, Recre

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