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Salary- $2,738.00 – $3,535.00 Monthly

Our Natural Resource Technician 2,

Performs technical activities to maintain/improve habitat, species, and/or recreational opportunities.  Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Implements Wildlife Area projects.
  • Restores, enhances, and maintains wildlife habitats by mowing, disking, seeding, fertilizing, tree plantings, trimming trees, timber work, weed control, etc.
  • Creates/manages/maintains moist soil management projects.
  • Implements Integrated Vegetation Management activities (herbicide application) and properly mixes, applies, records, and stores herbicides.
  • Assists in monitoring land-use per agreements.
  • Operates a variety of small and heavy equipment to include brush cutters, chainsaws ATVs, tractors, and excavators.
  • Manages/maintains public recreational use, opportunities, and infrastructure by walking and clearing trails, updating signs, servicing parking areas, cleaning, and restocking bathrooms.

Maintains capital facilities, wildlife area infrastructure, vehicles, and equipment.  Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintains and repairs Wildlife Area buildings.
  • Maintains and repairs Wildlife Area information kiosks.
  • Repairs or maintains Wildlife Area signage.
  • Assists in implementing capital improvement projects
  • Maintains and services roads, culverts, gates, fences, parking lots, and other capital improvements.
  • Maintains wildlife area vehicles, equipment, and maintenance records.
  • Monitors/assesses/assures safety of Wildlife Area facilities and equipment

Coordinates and communicates within WDFW, with other agencies, and with the public.  Tasks include, but are not limited to:

  • Attends agency meetings, meetings with external groups and constituents.
  • Provides information to the public through office and field contacts.
  • Assists in managing activities with cooperative partners and adjacent landowners.
  • Reports violations to the manager or enforcement.
  • Assists in public educational activities (i.e. hunter education classes, outreach programs, etc.)
  • Assists/supports enforcement on activities occurring on Wildlife Area lands.