These positions are responsible for operating land management equipment and boats; performing habitat management activities and installing wildlife food and cover plots; performing herbicide applications; placing and maintaining waterfowl blinds, deer stands, information signs and wildlife nesting structures; maintenance of ponds and water control structures and managing public use facilities such as boat ramps, wildlife viewing trails and structures, and the Michael Castle Trail. Other duties may include assisting staff biologists with biological data collection at deer stations.

Essential Functions:

  • Performs activities such as propagating, seeding, transplanting, cultivating, harvesting and care of trees, flowers, shrubs, lawns and crops to include turf/grounds man

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