The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, in cooperation with the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service, monitor key big game habitats throughout Utah. Southern Utah will be the area of emphasis in the summer of 2018, with the possible trips throughout all of Utah monitoring habitat treatments as part of the Utah Watershed Restoration Initiative.
Examples of Duties
The primary responsibility is to monitor changes in plant communities using various vegetation-sampling methods. Working periods consist of 4 consecutive days Monday-Thursday (possibly Friday) in the field, with weekends off. A typical workweek consists of 40-50 hours. Sleeping accommodations (camp trailer), transportation and food are provided while in the field. Housing is not provided on the weekends
Time frame: Appx. from May 14 to August 30, 2018 (beginning and end dates are flexible depending on school schedule or applicant availability)
Job Requirements and Skills
Ability to pay close attention to details and listen to instructions, tolerance of repetitive work, and ability to work as a team member. Preference will be given to applicants with knowledge of plant identification, plant and range ecology, vegetation monitoring, basic computer skills, and experience operating 4x4 vehicles.
Ability to work under extreme conditions and/or inclement weather. Work responsibilities require moderate physical labor including hiking and carrying equipment up to 50 pounds.
Send a cover letter, resume (please include previous work experience and a list of references), copy of college transcripts (unofficial), and a list of current coursework to:
UDWR Great Basin Research Center
ATTN: Jason Cox
494 West 100 South
Ephraim, UT 84627
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