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Recreation Technician Intern USFS #32206

Outdoor Pathways

On-Campus

Details:

Category: On-Campus

Position Type: Internship

Open until Fri, March 26, 2021 expired

Work Hours: 40

Wage: 15.10

Location: Cedar City, UT

Description:

Schedule: 4-10 schedule 0700 to 1730

Dates: 05-24-2021 - 09-03-2021

Agency: United States Forest Service

Location: LOA

Special Instructions:

This internship will consist of Recreational duties such as clearing trails with tools like chainsaw, loppers, hand tools. removing rocks, brush, and trash. Paint tables fix up campsites, build structures such as bridges and many other tasks related to non motorized and developed camping recreation. physical work and hiking up to 8 miles in a day.

Overview:

The Recreation Intern will assist the agency with a full range of recreation management activities within Agency jurisdictional boundaries.

Position Responsibilities:

This position requires the following duties and may consist of some or a combination of: Monitors and maintains recreation facilities, and collects visitor use data. Maintains and constructs mountain bike trails and monitors Wilderness Study Areas. Processes Special Recreation Permits. Collects and manages GIS and GPS data. Assists with backcountry patrols, trail maintenance, and visitor services. Work will focus on projects including hiking and vehicle patrols, campground and trailhead maintenance, visitor services, trail work, site clean-up, public outreach events, and other duties as assigned. Position may require working on holidays and weekends. Contacts visitors to provide information and education about recreational opportunities. Provides the public information on good resource management practices for the area, such as putting out your campfire, do not litter, no driving off roads, Leave No Trace, etc. Assists in developed recreation by picking up trash, cleaning restrooms and minor repairs of recreation facilities. Assists with administering campground fee program and visitor use surveys. Assists with walking patrols of campground and hiking nearby trails. Monitors and documents visitor use, documents and reports resource /facility damage, water collection and testing. Provides visitor assistance and/or contacts visitors in the field, providing information on the area and recreation opportunities. Assists in the maintenance and installation of signs, gates, fences, and other facilities as assigned using power and hand tools. Uses Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (Training provided). Conducts vehicle and fleet monitoring and maintenance. Works with volunteers and other groups to complete tasks. Additional duties may be assigned as needed and could include work related to Range Management, Timber Management, Wildland Fire, Wildlife, Visitor Assistance, Outdoor Education and so on. Duties may include hiking, ATV/UTV use and using hand tools. This internship will consist of Recreational duties such as clearing trails with tools like chainsaw, loppers, hand tools. removing rocks, brush, and trash. Paint tables fix up campsites, build structures such as bridges and many other tasks related to non motorized and developed camping recreation. physical work and hiking up to 8 miles in a day.

Qualifications:

Applicants who are seeking a degree in outdoor recreation, hospitality or tourism given greatest consideration. All are encouraged to apply. Work Environment: Recreation Interns will be working outside and exposed to a variety of weather conditions (temperatures 45 - 105+ degrees). Must provide own living quarters.


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