The position manages, enhances, and protects wildlife habitat on Queens SWA, Blue Lake SWA, Thurston Reservoir and various lease properties for the benefit, and enjoyment of the hunting and non-hunting public. The technician is responsible for working cooperatively with district wildlife managers, biologists, and partners to identify and implement habitat improvement projects and a wide variety of other wildlife related responsibilities. This position is responsible for the routine maintenance of state wildlife areas, facilities, and for area equipment maintenance.  This position will also develop and implement operational plans, budgets, work plans and management plans for SWAs.  The position will work independently and/or collaboratively to achieve the goals and objectives in the Divis

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