The ABRCT will lead work teams that will conduct management activities that will include assisting with prescribed burning, clearing and mowing firebreaks, repairing and organizing burn equipment, tree and brush cutting, fence construction/removal, parking area maintenance, maintaining vehicles and mileage log sheets, meeting with local landowners, identifying management needs for preserves, assisting with field trips, working with volunteers and contractors, and other land management tasks as needed. The CPIII maintains preserve areas frequented by the visiting public, removes exotic species and/or monitors and researches species, maintains tools and equipment and operates heavy machinery. Additional functions may include contract planning and project oversight working with a wide array of private contractors. This is a full-time seasonal, term position with funding secured for up to two years from the start date, which is estimated to be in April/May, 2020. This term position will be 10 months a year (December and January off).