Land Conservation Planner Technician
The Land Conservation Planner Technician is primarily responsible for developing total resource conservation plans for land users in Pepin County. This person will provide best management practices through technical assistance in design criteria and soil erosion prediction, to assist land users of Pepin County. This person will also assist in monitoring compliance with performance standards as directed under Wisconsin administrative rules for non-point source pollution. This person will work with the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to write total resource plans for any landowner needing a revision of his/her conservation plan to maintain eligibility for federal programs, as well as assist in construction and design of erosion control best management practices.
Qualifications include Bachelor degree in Natural Resource Management, Soil Conservation, or related field. Or an Associate degree in Natural Resource Management, Soil Conservation, or related field and minimum 2-years experience in resource management, crop consultant, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Knowledge of conservation planning tools, standards and specifications. This person must become a NRCS certified conservation planner. The person should have excellent organizational skills, ability to produce written documents, and ability to communicate well with a variety of clientele.
Wage scale for this position is $21.58 to $24.66. This is a full-time position working 40 hours per week with a complete benefit package included.
Application forms may be obtained at: www.co.pepin.wi.us or by contacting Pepin County Personnel Department at 715-672-8704.
First review of applications August 15, 2022
Applications accepted until position filled
Pepin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Deadline Note: This position will remain open until filled