Habitat & Noxious Weed Technician – Lake Sakakawea, Riverdale, North Dakota

Agency
United States Army Corps of Engineers
Location
Lake Sakakawea, Riverdale ND
Job Category
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Salary
GS-04/05
Start Date
05/01/2021
Last Date to Apply
03/01/2021
Description
As a Habitat and Noxious Weed technician working for the US Corps of Engineers you will be working on and around Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota. These positions will work under the noxious weed and habitat programs. The applicant will be expected to hike in adverse conditions over uneven terrain, drive 4x4 pickup trucks, haul 16 foot utility trailers, utilize ATV's for noxious weed control, participate in native prairie restorations, participate in habitat projects and more activities as assigned. Knowledge of basic scientific sampling/ data collection methods is preferred but not required. All job responsibilities below will be trained for on the job and existing knowledge of the job responsibilities is not required. Start dates for the job are flexible but preferred for early to mid May. Job Responsibilities: Native plant identification Native plant data collection - (using trimble GPS units) Noxious weed identification Noxious weed plant data collection - (using trimble GPS units) ATV utilization for noxious weed control Trailer hauling utilization for equipment transport Participation in wildlife habitat restoration projects Please email resumes and transcripts to the email below if you are interested in applying for these positions. If you have any questions regarding the job please call or email Andrew Lillejord Andrew Lillejord Natural Resource Specialist US Army Corps of Engineers 701-654-7758 Andrew.J.Lillejord@usace.army.mil
Qualifications
Three or more years of college-level education leading to a degree in natural resource management or a related field. All job responsibilities will be trained for on the job.
Contact Person
Andrew Lillejord
Contact Phone
701-936-5640
Contact eMail
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