-Obtain agreement from landowners, ranchers or administrators prior to conducting wildlife damage management services on land, maintaining regular contact with those involved. Use a variety of various control devices, chemicals, tools, firearms and related equipment needed for wildlife and avian damage management operations. Prepare baits and lures and sets control devices such as snares, traps etc in accordance with standard operating procedures
-Performs tasks in accordance with local, state and federal laws and regulations. Maintains and repairs tools, supplies and equipment. Maintain state pesticide records and restrictions.
-Participate as a gunner or ground crew member in aerial hunting activities. Reports activities to District Supervisor. Uses GPS to identify location of traps, etc. Operate and maintain safety in all operations of motor vehicles, firearms, control devices and chemicals.
-Prepares routine records of activities, observations, field conditions and contacts made. Prepares accurate and timely reports and database documents.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Good computer skills. Knowledge of biological sciences and local, state and federal laws regarding wildlife damage management activities. Knowledge of various control devices, chemicals and tools required to manage damage caused by predators
-Ability to drive and travel as needed to perform duties. Ability to multi task and work cooperatively with others.
Registrations, Certifications, and Licenses:
Valid driver license.