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Rusk County is accepting applications for a full time County Conservationist to work in our Land Conservation and Development Department. Closing date for accepting applications is 4:30 P.M. on March 8, 2019.
Burnett County has an opening for a AIS Coordinator/office support (75/25) position. Apply by March 18.
LTE positions in Dane County
River Alliance of Wisconsin is seeking one Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Intern for the 2019 Field Season. The Intern will be based out of La Crosse and will serve La Crosse, Trempealeau and Buffalo Counties, with an increased focus on the Mississippi River and its major tributaries. All necessary training for the position will be provided. Apply by March 22.
The Door County Invasive Species Team offers advice, presentations, and training sessions on invasive species control on both public and private property. First review of applications will be Feb. 22, with interviews the first week of March.
Racine County is seeking a Conservation Planner.
County Conservation Engineer
Taylor County is seeking a full-time County Conservation Engineer which also serves as the Land Conservation Department Head. Apply by March 8.
Invasive Species Technician
Timberland Invasives Partnership is seeking a 2019 seasonal Invasive Species Technician. Apply by March 1.
The Dane County LWRD in Madison is recruiting for a Limited Term Employment (LTE) Assistant Volunteer Coordinator. The LTE Coordinator responsibilities will include assisting the Volunteer Program Coordinator, Park Staff and Friends/Partner Groups with a wide variety of duties which may include help with planning, organization promotion, coordination of activities and events. Work involves a wide range of public contact and activities performed in collaboration with Dane County Parks. Learn more and apply online via link above.
In support of the NEW Water culture of Safety, Respect, Team, and Environment, the Watershed Specialist is responsible for conducting all activities involved in managing the watershed monitoring program, which evaluates the chemical and biological condition of Silver Creek, Ashwaubenon Creek, Dutchman Creek, and other watersheds in the lower Fox River watershed. To apply, review a complete position description, and review salary and benefits information, go to www.newwater.us.
LTE Summer Interns
The Sauk County Conservation, Planning, and Zoning Dept. has openings for full-time, Limited Term Employment (LTE), Interns for the summer of 2019. The purpose of these positions is to provide seasonal assistance in the Conservation, Planning, and Zoning Department. For 2019, Sauk County CPZ is hiring interns to assist with completing inventories of farms to identify resource concerns and ensure compliance with state agricultural performance standards. Interns may also assist with survey and design of soil and water conservation practices, surface water monitoring, and provide assistance with land use planning, data collection, and analysis.
NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS: Minimum age 18. Individuals enrolled as a full-time student at a university or technical college majoring in Agriculture, Engineering, Natural Resources, Land Use Planning, Soil Science, Geography, Natural Resources, or other related fields. A Valid Motor Vehicle operator’s license required. Applicants must be available to work from June through August. Hiring rate: $12.00 per hour. Application deadline: February 15, 2019. Applications and information are available at the Sauk County website www.co.sauk.wi.us. E.O.E.
Natural Resources Intern
Dunn County is seeking an intern for summer 2019. Apply by February 26, 2019.