The Inventory and Monitoring Technician is a full-time, temporary (11-month) position that assists the Natural Resources Program staff of the North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation in the inventory and monitoring of rare and imperiled species of animals and plants throughout North Carolina state parks, natural areas, recreation areas, and nature preserves. The position’s primary function will be to assist the Inventory Biologist with surveys, data collection, and reporting on the status of significant resources across the state. The technician will help maintain accurate records within the Natural Resources Inventory Database. The employee will maintain inventory and monitoring equipment for continued use across a vast range of taxa. This position will also participate in a wide variety of other land management activities including all aspects of prescribed fire, ecological restoration, and invasive species control, as necessary. – Based out of the Yorkshire Center in north Raleigh, N.C, on Falls Lake. No housing will be provided. – Standard work week will be Monday – Friday 0800 – 1700, but can change frequently and on short notice. Work week is typically 40 hours. It may include occasional overnight assignments, or may occasionally exceed 40 hours. – Work activities can occur at any North Carolina State Park property statewide during employment.
Apply November 19. Full description and application instructions can be found here.