Natural Resources Crew Member – Michigan

Springfield Township
Davisburg, Michigan
Job Category
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
Job Summary and Essential Functions:
Under the supervision of the Natural Resources Manager, the Natural Resources Crew Member performs ecological restoration activities across Springfield Township in a diverse array of habitats on township-owned and partner lands.  Management activities in support of ecological restoration include invasive species control, preparations for prescribed burning, debris removal and collection of field data in support of these activities. Other activities may include assisting with volunteer workdays, township events and park maintenance tasks.  He/she will be responsible for preparation and maintenance of equipment and work logs used in these management activities.  This is a temporary position requiring approximately 35 hours per week, not to exceed 24 weeks. The position involves extensive outdoor physical labor in diverse weather conditions and may require working some evenings and weekends.  The Natural Resources Management Crew Member is supervised by the Natural Resources Manager, does not supervise other staff, but may supervise volunteers.

Full position description available here:
Positions are open until filled. Send cover letter and resume.
Apply via email to Erin Mattice;

Minimum Qualifications: 
*High school diploma and 1 year’s training in science‐related field or related experience in land  management.  
*Experience recognizing plant and animal species.         
 *Experience operating various types of equipment.         
                  *Experience working in a team environment.  
*Must be able to obtain related licenses or certifications as required. (e.g. First Aid, CPR, herbicide  application, and driver’s license).   *PC familiarity, including database knowledge. 

Preferred Knowledge, Skills & Experience   *1 ‐ 2 years’ experience in land management.        
 *Pesticide Applicator’s license strongly preferred.           
     *Experience working with or knowledge of natural systems.    
*Ability to recognize plant and animal species to complete natural resource management activities.   
*Ability to operate various types of equipment in a safe and efficient manner (e.g.; chainsaw,  backpack sprayer, tractor, etc.).  
*Ability to follow instructions from colleagues.   
Contact Person
Erin Mattice
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