Details for Teton County Weed District
Employment: Two (3) positions. Teton County Weed District; seasonal spray crew/noxious weed management position opening. The position will require travel through- out the county spraying weeds, either by broadcast truck, pick-up truck, ATV or by hand. Other duties may include, GPS/Mapping, maintaining weed equipment, vehicles and weed shop. Qualifications: Current driver’s license, High School Diploma or equivalent required and eighteen years of age. Essential job duties include: noxious weed management, weed identification, successfully completing pesticide operator training, oral and written communication skills, ability to work with the public, being able to work independently and follow directions. Applicants must be capable of lifting a minimum of 50 pounds. Seasonal employment approx April 16th through July 27th, depending on position (some positions may begin approx. June 1 and there may also be some hours available in September). Approx. 30+ hours per week. Teton County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For complete job description and applications, please contact Mark Korte, Weed Coordinator (466-2155 or 750-9509) or Sharla Hinman Weed Dist. Administrator (MSU Extension office) at 406-466-2491. Positions will remain open until filled.
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