**This is a full-time temporary position expected to last until February 28, 2022**
Location: Medicine Creek Reservoir in Cambridge, Nebraska
Examples of Work
Assist the general public with information on wildlife questions and issues. Respond to depredation, disease, injured and nuisance wildlife complaints. Working odd hours, including early mornings, late nights, and weekends are expected. Also assist with operations and maintenance of wildlife management areas: fencing, tree clearing, and assist with deer check station.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: 12 semester hours or the equivalent of post high school coursework/training in fisheries management, natural resources and/or biology OR 6 months experience in wildlife/recreation or fisheries management.
OTHER: Driver’s license is required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of and ability to operate tractors, All Terrain Vehicles (ATV’s), chainsaws, farm equipment, firearms and knives; basic knowledge of wildlife management principles. Basic knowledge of big game animal behaviors is highly desirable. Computer skills (MS Word, Access, Excel) highly desirable.