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Seasonal Integrated Pest Management and Conservation Technician

Job Type: full-time temporary position

Location: Colorado

Posting Date: 13 Feb 15

Closing Date: 15 Mar 15

Seasonal Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Conservation Technician
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Positions Currently Available: 3
Open until filled
Term of Employment Start Date on or around: April 21, 2015
Term of Employment End Date on or around: October 16, 2015
Hourly Pay Range: $12.00- $15.00
Hours of Employment: 40 hours per week. Hours vary - usually Monday - Friday 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. May change to four 10 hour shifts as appropriate. Some weekends. Overtime as needed.
Overall Objective:
Under general direction, performs a variety of integrated pest management (IPM), wildlife management and maintenance tasks on natural lands. Performs related duties as assigned.

Position Duties by Ranking of Importance:
• Works within a crew to maximize safety, project completion, team cohesion and individual contribution

• Removes noxious and invasive weeds by utilizing assorted mechanical methods (digging, hand pulling, whipping, tractor and mower operation, chainsaw, etc.) and by chemical control (spot spraying, wicking, stump treatments etc.). May assist with biological and cultural control methods

• Performs prairie dog management tasks including surveys, colony monitoring, mapping, installing and maintaining barriers, passive relocation, and potentially trapping and removal

• Performs restoration projects such as native tree planting, re-seeding, seed collection, mitigation work and wildlife habitat enhancements

• Assists with maintenance and construction of park infrastructure and trails and installation of signs

• Utilizes GPS technology to collect data points in the field for annual map creation

• Leads volunteer, jail crew, youth crew and community service projects and assists with public environmental education and outreach programs

• Maintains detailed records of work performed and resources used

• Assists with research, monitoring, and data collection associated with various natural land management tasks (IPM, wildlife, etc.), performs data entry and provides information for annul reports

• Performs various urban wildlife management tasks

• Assists with mulching and tree/shrub removal and planting

• Prioritizes arising needs and solves operations related problems in the field

• Operates and maintains equipment for safe and effective use. Clean and organize supplies, vehicles, and equipment and follow established procedures

• Operates a city vehicle; possibly four-wheel drive; possibly on rough terrain.

• Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances and acts accordingly to prevent accidents/injuries. Uses all proper safety equipment. Reports all accidents, injuries and damage to property

• Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies, participating in professional trainings and development and adhering to attendance and workplace policies

• Other duties as assigned (may include work such as trash removal, restroom maintenance, etc.)


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