Assist Land Information Director with directing and supervising Land and Water Conservation Division staff; serve as administrator, in accordance with Chapter 92 Wisconsin State Statutes, for direction and assistance of county soil and water conservation programs; create and implement policies, procedures and develop programs to protect and sustain County’s natural resource base and obtain resources to support the LWCD Department.
Qualifications: Bachelors’ Degree in Environmental Science from accredited 4-year college with major casework in natural resource field of environmental science or a closely related field; 3 years practical work experience in management of natural resources or related field; working knowledge of applicable state statutes related to soil and water conservation, resource management programs, water pollution abatement practices and habitat protection techniques; insurance acceptable driver’s license; qualify under the WI Caregivers Law, WI Act 27; Chainsaw Certification within 1 year of hire.
2020 Pay: $60,320 – $68,931
2021 Pay: $61,128 – $69,858Benefits included.
Human Resources Department
1926 Hall Avenue
Marinette, WI 54143
DEADLINE: 4:30 PM NOVEMBER 18, 2020