The Restoration Technician is a staff member of the Stewardship and Field Programs Department (SAF) of The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) Florida Chapter. SAF is responsible for implementing and managing field conservation work (e.g., wildland fire management, invasive species control, habitat restoration, etc) across Florida and stewardship of the Florida Chapter’s network of preserves. The preserves are part of TNC’s Center for Conservation Initiatives (CCI).
The Restoration Technician performs land management and restoration activities in the longleaf pine community and embedded isolated wetlands. They remove exotic species, and conduct rare species monitoring, assist in forestry field data collection, assist with restoration contract management and oversight, and participate in prescribed fire program. They will assist with fleet, equipment and tool maintenance. The Restoration Technician will maintain records using a database or PC.
Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received and the position will remain open until filled.