The incumbent works with the Research Coordinator to investigate hypotheses and execute wildlife research in both captive and wild settings. Research tasks will require innovation and regularly include: capture; husbandry; data collection; data management; and minor construction/repair. Additional duties will occasionally include: outreach; technical writing; research design; assists in operations of habitat management; and facilitating public use. Emphasis in this position is placed on invasive feral hog research. Under the direction of the Edwards Plateau Project Leader, this position is responsible for performing the professional planning and implementation of natural resource management, monitoring, research duties, and public hunting associated with wildlife and habitat re

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