GENERAL DESCRIPTION Under the immediate supervision of the Middle Trinity River Ecosystem Project Leader, this position performs routine (journey-level) fish and wildlife conservation including assisting with habitat management, infrastructure maintenance, equipment maintenance, grounds keeping, public use, and research at the Middle Trinity River Ecosystem Project which includes Gus Engeling, Richland Creek, Big Lake Bottom, Keechi Creek, and Cedar Creek Islands Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs). Work involves the collection of biological data and assisting with wildlife research projects as assigned. Main emphasis will be on the management of wildlife habitat and maintaining and repairing infrastructure/complex equipment needed for research, habitat managemen

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