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Salary– $795 biweekly living allowance

Primary Responsibilities:

Cleaning both roadside and/or backcountry dispersed sites. Naturalizing sites where necessary to control use and prevent resource damage. Installing and maintaining site signs, information boards, travel signs, regulatory signs and other signs associated with recreation sites, travel management and safety.
Patrolling management unit to collect use data, identify or correct unsafe conditions, answer visitor inquiries, prevent vandalism and other anti-social behavior, gather current information regarding recreation opportunities, and prevent theft of Forest resources and their destruction resulting from carelessness with vehicles or fire.
Completing campsite, river corridor, and recreation site monitoring using latest technology.
Providing public information and interpretive services, including detailed information concerning recreational opportunities. Educating users on potential resource damage caused by illegal use.
Technicians may participate in developed recreation program maintenance and operations as opportunities present themselves.
Other duties as assigned, including general support to Field Ranger and Conservation Education programs, including public contact and interpretive programming.


Technical requirements:

Related degree or coursework in Recreation, Natural Resource Management, Education/Interpretation or comparable field;
Strong interest in resource management;
Experience/familiarity with field work and data collection;
GPS/GIS skills, desired.