Engineering Technician IV
Summary: Plans, develops, coordinates and supervises infrastructure maintenance and development at > 100 Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) covering > 60,000 acres across the state owned by the Fish and Game Department.
Compensation: $39,702.000-46,761.00 annual salary. Medical and prescription drug benefits, retirement (value of state's share of employee's retirement is 11.93% of pay) and deferred compensation plan (457b), dental plan, excellent work/life balance, paid holidays and generous leave plan, among others.
Assesses, monitors, installs and maintains property infrastructure including but not limited to roads, parking areas, stream crossings, gates, culverts, and signs on WMAs; acts as project supervisor in implementing same. Analyzes opportunities to improve management and/or public access to WMAs.
Develops and executes contracts for review and approval by an engineer and Habitat Program Supervisor. Inspects the construction of engineering projects to ensure compliance with plans and specifications.
Establishes annual work plan, maintenance schedules, and cost estimates with review and approval by Habitat Program Supervisor.
Investigates and analyzes requests for Special Use Permits and other licenses on WMAs including but not limited to snowmobile and pedestrian trail maintenance and relocations, and temporary rights of way for management access; presents recommendations to supervisor and the Department’s Lands Team; if approved, issues permits and coordinates with permittees to ensure work is completed as conditioned.
Performs field studies and prepares engineering plans and drawings, including tabulating and analyzing data obtained in the field for access road, parking area, and stream crossing construction and repair for review and approval by an engineer and Habitat Program Supervisor.
Education: Associate's degree from a recognized college or technical institute with a major study in engineering, landscape architecture, forestry, horticulture, environmental, studies, agronomy, geology, soil science or earth science. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience.
Experience: Five years of experience as an Engineering Aide or Technician, two years of which shall have been at a level equivalent to Engineering Technician III. Each additional year of approved work experience may be substituted for one year of required formal education.
For more information and to learn how to apply visit: https://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/about/careers.html