This position is located in the Wildlife Services (WS) Program, Animal and Plant Health
Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and will serve as an employee of the WS workforce engaged in wildlife damage management operations within the Northeastern Colorado District. The assignment involves the performance of duties relating to wildlife management and use of management techniques aimed at alleviating wildlife damage when they conflict with man’s economic interest, health or safety. The work is primarily concerned with WS operations relating to the cessation, alleviation or mitigation of problems created by carnivores, rodents, birds and other animals in urban or rural environments. Methods employed will include (but not limited to) providing technical assistance, non-lethal techniques, (exclusion, harassment, and deterrents), trapping, pesticides and shooting.