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Wildlife Technician, Senior

Wildlife Technician, Senior

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SENIOR WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN supervises collection of biological data or develop small-scale projects relating to wildlife management and research; perform related work. Download this job description and modify using any word processor.|n||n||n|Sample Job Description|n| All job descriptions are basic one to two pages templates and are designed to be customized to your specific job requirements using your word processor.|n||n|
SENIOR WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN supervises collection of biological data or develop small-scale projects relating to wildlife management and research; perform related work. Download this job description and modify using any word processor.|n||n||n|Sample Job Description|n| All job descriptions are basic one to two pages templates and are designed to be customized to your specific job requirements using your word processor.|n||n|

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WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN, SENIOR CLASS PURPOSE To supervise collection of biological data or develop small-scale projects relating to wildlife

management and research; perform related work. GENERAL INFORMATION Incumbents may supervise crews in the collection of biological data or be responsible for developing a small-scale wildlife management and research projects. Travel to remote locations for data collection and maintenance activities is required. Incumbent must be physically able to walk and backpack for several hours, operate trail bikes, and ride horses in rugged terrain; work in extreme weather conditions, and lift and carry up to 65 pounds. Evening, weekend, and holiday work may be required. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Supervision. Typical duties: plans and develops work schedules; trains workers in data collection and habitat maintenance; monitors equipment use to insure safety of workers and equipment; may hire temporary workers and volunteers and evaluate their performance. 2. Data collection. Typical duties: designs data collection forms and techniques; interviews hunters to obtain harvest data and survey hunters' opinions; conducts wildlife counts and collects and compiles wildlife census data; traps and bands wildlife; collects and identifies plant and rumen samples; performs wildlife aging tests; summarizes collected data and prepares preliminary analysis and reports; reviews data summaries to insure accuracy; maintains records of data collected and methods used; occasionally assists in enforcing fish and game laws. 3. Habitat maintenance and construction. Typical duties: plans and develops small-scale wildlife habitat management projects; prepares soil; plants, cultivates, and irrigates crops to improve wildlife habitat; maintains fences, roads, dikes, buildings, and grounds; assists in construction of new facilities. 4. Equipment operation. Typical duties: operates and maintains tractors and farm implements; uses hand tools and power equipment for maintenance and construction; may operate heavy equipment to build and maintain roads and dikes; inspects equipment to insure proper working order.

Some knowledge of: habitat development practices and procedures. Experience: recording. . and/or motorized boats. and analyzing wildlife biological data. four-wheel drive trucks. operating and performing minor maintenance on equipment to include tractors.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Good knowledge of wildlife ecology and habitat requirements. supervisory practices. Valid driver's license. summarizing. using small hand and power tools.

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