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The Charlevoix, Antrim, Kalkaska, and Emmet county Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CAKE CISMA) is recruiting two Resilient Habitat Technicians to work on surveying areas of high ecological value and creating invasive species treatment plans under funds from the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program. The CAKE CISMA was formed in 2015 with the goal of protecting the natural resources, economy and human health of Northern Lower Michigan through collaborative outreach and management of invasive species. These are seasonal positions, working from 36- 40 hours/week for up to 12 weeks. Primary responsibilities include plant surveys of high quality natural areas in Northwest Michigan and creation of invasive species management plans. The Resilient Habitat Technicians will report directly to the Program Coordinator and should have a good foundation of plant identification in Northern Michigan, exceptional navigational and fieldwork skills, and will need to work as an organized team.