Will assist with project administration and support and will also oversee the completion of project tasks and monitor adherence to project management process standards.
As a Project Administrator for the Streams and Wetlands Division your first 12-24 months training will be spent partially in the field gaining hands-on experience. As a Field Technician you will be expected to perform general manual labor tasks associated with stream restoration/debris clearing and landfill/remedial project work. You may also operate off-road dump trucks and small mechanized earthmoving equipment. Your job activities will also include performing frequent pulling and pushing, frequent lifting to 45 lbs., occasional up to 75 lbs., use of small hand tools, and the use of a respirator. During this period you are expected to learn installation techniques and what it takes (labor, equipment and materials) to complete those tasks efficiently, safely and to specifications. You will be expected to learn the surveying techniques we employ to build our projects and the GPS grade control systems that we own.
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