Invasive Species Program Coordinator w/ Yamhill Soil & Water Conservation (w/ GIS) McMinville, ORRead Now
Invasive Species Program Coordinator Position Description
The position is a regular full-time, limited duration position of one year with Yamhill Soil and Water Conservation District (District). Extension of this appointment is dependent on available grant funding. Funding is currently secured for one year. The work schedule is five days per week, eight hours per day, Monday through Friday. The purpose of the position is to prevent and reduce the economic, environmental and social impacts of noxious weeds throughout Yamhill County. The Invasive Species Program Coordinator (Coordinator) will manage a roadside inventory project and act as the project manager for invasive species projects to control mouse-ear hawkweed, garlic mustard, knotweed and other high priority species in Yamhill County.
The coordinator acts on behalf of the District Board and is supervised by the executive director. The position is funded partly through a cooperative agreement with Yamhill County Public Works Department (YCPWD) and will be involved in coordinating work with the District, YCPWD and other conservation partners involved in invasive species management. The work station for the position is located in a multi-agency office at 2200 SW Second Street in McMinnville, Oregon. The candidate must work cooperatively with other agencies and groups. B.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Technical and Financial Assistance to Landowners
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