Under the direction of the natural area Superintendent, this position is responsible for routine (journey-level) operations work in a state park. Responsible for monitoring, managing, and restoring the natural and cultural resources of Government Canyon State Natural Area. Works closely with regional staff to assist at other sites throughout the region. Responsibilities include sustaining and supporting wildlife and plant communities and addressing problems associated with the management of natural resources at the natural area. Plans and carries out various assignments of both natural and cultural resource management which may include, plant and animal analysis, inventory, monitoring, and management – including endangered avian and karst species; research; prescribed burning, sensitive site management and monitoring, invasive plant management, herbicide application and feral animal control. Leads volunteers for resource-related projects and activities. Assists with conducting prescribed burns and is responsible for sensitive site management and feral animal control. Assists with the coordination of all natural and cultural resource clearances for projects and monitors cultural sites around the natural area. Assists with the development of comprehensive Natural and Cultural Resource Management Plans for the natural area. Assists with interpretative programming and large school groups, natural area promotion, marketing, volunteer recruitment, preparation of assigned reports, trains staff and volunteers, maintains adjacent landowner relationships and coordinates academia research permits. Provides customer service by providing information and assistance to the public. Serves as an Administrative Officer on Duty and may perform fee collection duties. Performs facility, grounds, and equipment maintenance. Works under moderate supervision, with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Performs additional duties as assigned. Complies with all Agency, Division and Branch rules, regulations and procedures.