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Natural Resources Field Technician I (Pu`u Kukui Watershed Preserve) compensation: Commensurate with experience Job Scope – This full-time position will be responsible for preservation, conservation and maintenance of Pu`u Kukui Watershed Preserve. Capacities and natural resources to include: constructing/maintaining fences, roads, trails, boardwalks; alien animal and weed control; gathering and recording reliable field data; installing/maintaining snare, trap, bait lines; installing/monitoring vegetation transect lines; protecting and propagating rare and native plants; maintaining watershed equipment, facilities and communication systems. Works closely with Watershed Supervisor and other Field Technicians to implement planned programs designed to protect the natural diversity of native flora & fauna within the watershed boundaries. Job Qualifications – Must be able to work and camp in rugged wilderness areas for up to five days and four nights at a time. (Job involves travel by foot and/or helicopter in and out of remote camp locations carrying 60 lb backpack). Must be able to work with limited supervision and possess strong observation, organization, communication and mathematical skills. Valid driver’s license. High School diploma or equivalent. Strong knowledge of Hawaiian natural history and conservation preferred. View full job description at


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