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Current Job Openings

We currently have openings for:

  • Natural Resources Technician
  • Pond Management Technician

Please see below for detailed job descriptions of these open positions. To apply, or for more information about these openings, please contact Human Resources.

Job Descriptions

Pond Division Manager

Overview

As a manager of a Pond Division, you are responsible for the logistics, scheduling/coordination of projects, day to day activities, client relations, and pond staff workload. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their pond management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Habitat and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Develops and implements quality mitigation actions, study designs, and management strategies for clientele pond objectives.
  • Coordinates, schedules, and reviews staff workloads and schedules.
  • Monitors, manages, and orders inventory materials.
  • Conducts aquatic pesticide treatments and employs nutrient mitigation methodologies.
  • Designs, installs, maintains, and repairs clientele aeration/fountain infrastructure.
  • Composes, reviews, and prepares professional reports for clientele.
Qualifications
  • BS in Biology, Limnology, or Aquatic Natural Resources or related experience
  • 2 or more years of experience in the field of aquatic resource management
  • Wisconsin Boater Safety Course certificate of completion, or compatible certification
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Sales experience
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Basic plumbing and electrical knowledge
  • Wisconsin Aquatic Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL and Hazardous Materials Certification is a plus

Aquatic Biologist-Ponds

Overview

As an aquatic biologist for our Pond Division, you are responsible for the completion of projects and treatment, interfacing with clients, and making management decisions for the improvement of clientele ponds. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their pond management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Habitat and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Implements mitigation actions, study designs, and management strategies for clientele pond objectives, provided to you by your supervisor.
  • Complete projects provided to you by or before deadlines.
  • Interfaces and communicates with clientele.
  • Conducts aquatic pesticide treatments and employs nutrient mitigation methodologies.
  • Installs, maintains, and repairs clientele aeration/fountain infrastructure.
  • Composes and prepares professional reports for clientele.
Qualifications
  • 2 or more years of experience in the field of aquatic resource management
  • Wisconsin Boater Safety Course certificate of completion, or compatible certification
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Sales experience
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Basic plumbing and electrical knowledge
  • Wisconsin Aquatic Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL and Hazardous Materials Certification is a plus

Pond Management Technician

Overview

As a Pond Management Technician for our Pond Division, you are responsible for the completion of projects and treatment, while aiding coworkers and supervisor with the improvement of clientele ponds. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their pond management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Habitat and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Assists with the Implementation of mitigation actions, study designs, and management strategies for clientele pond objectives, provided to you by your supervisor.
  • Assists in conducting aquatic pesticide treatments and employs nutrient mitigation methodologies.
  • Assists in the installation, maintenance, and repair of clientele aeration/fountain infrastructure.
  • Prepares, loads, and unloads materials necessary for project completion.
  • Cleans and organizes building and materials.
Qualifications
  • Wisconsin Boater Safety Course certificate of completion, or compatible certification
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Possess verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Wisconsin Aquatic Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL and Hazardous Materials Certification is a plus

Lake Division Manager

Overview

As a manager of a Lake Division, you are responsible for the logistics, scheduling/coordination of projects, day to day activities, client relations, and lake staff workload. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their lake management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Habitat and Pond Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Develops and implements quality study design to provide data for the improvement of clientele lakes.
  • Implements management strategies and mitigation methods for the improvement of lakes.
  • Coordinates, schedules, and reviews staff workloads and schedules.
  • Monitors, manages, and orders inventory materials.
  • Conducts aquatic pesticide treatments and employs nutrient mitigation methodologies.
  • Compiles data for statistical analysis and mapping.
  • Composes, reviews, and prepares professional reports and maps for clientele.
Qualifications
  • BS in Biology, Limnology, or Aquatic Natural Resources or related experience
  • 2 or more years of experience in the field of aquatic resource management
  • Wisconsin Boater Safety Course certificate of completion, or compatible certification
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office and GIS
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Wisconsin Aquatic Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL and Hazardous Materials Certification is a plus

Aquatic Biologist-Lakes

Overview

As an aquatic biologist for our Lake Division, you are responsible for the completion of projects and treatment, interfacing with clients, and making management decisions for the improvement of clientele lakes. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their lake management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Habitat and Pond Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Implements quality study design to provide data for the improvement of clientele lakes.
  • Implements management strategies and mitigation methods for the improvement of lakes.
  • Conducts aquatic pesticide treatments and employs nutrient mitigation methodologies.
  • Compiles data for statistical analysis and mapping.
  • Composes, reviews, and prepares professional reports for clientele.
Qualifications
  • BS in Biology, Limnology, or Aquatic Natural Resources or related experience
  • 2 or more years of experience in the field of aquatic resource management
  • Wisconsin Boater Safety Course certificate of completion, or compatible certification
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office and GIS
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Wisconsin Aquatic Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL and Hazardous Materials Certification is a plus

Habitat Division Project Coordinator

Overview

As a project coordinator for our Habitat Division, you are responsible for the logistics, scheduling/coordination of projects, day to day activities, client relations, and habitat staff workload. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their land and water construction and management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Pond and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Develops and implements quality mitigation actions, study designs, construction plans, and management strategies for clientele pond objectives.
  • Coordinates, schedules, and reviews staff workloads and schedules.
  • Monitors, manages, and orders inventory materials.
  • Conducts pesticide treatments for invasive species.
  • Oversees equipment maintenance and repair.
  • Composes, reviews, and prepares professional reports for clientele.
Qualifications
  • 2 or more years of experience in the field of construction and/ natural resource management
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Must be computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office
  • Must possess strong written and verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Sales experience
  • Mechanical knowledge
  • Experience operating heavy equipment
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Wisconsin Forestry Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL is a plus

Natural Resources Technician

Overview

As a Natural Resources Technician for our Habitat Division, you are responsible for the completion of projects and treatments, while aiding coworkers and supervisor with the improvement of clientele land and water resources. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their land and water management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Pond and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Assists with the implementation of mitigation actions, study designs, and management strategies for clientele land and water objectives, provided to you by your supervisor.
  • Assists in conducting pesticide treatments.
  • Operates heavy equipment and chain saws.
  • Aids in the installation of materials and plantings.
  • Waters and weeds the green house and plant beads.
  • Prepares, loads, and unloads materials necessary for project completion.
  • Cleans, maintains, and organizes building, equipment, grounds, and materials.
Qualifications
  • Ability to operate heavy equipment
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Possess verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment
  • Must have strong problem-solving abilities
  • Mechanical knowledge
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Wisconsin Forestry Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus
  • CDL Certification

Natural Resources Intern

Overview

As a Natural Resources Intern for Cason Land & Water Management, LLC you are responsible for assisting in the completion of projects and treatments while aiding coworkers and supervisor with the improvement of clientele land and water resources. You will have the opportunity to travel throughout Wisconsin and its adjoining states, to assist individuals, government agencies, groups, and businesses with their land and water management needs. You will collaborate with coworkers in the Pond and Lake Divisions for project assistance and completion.

Responsibilities
  • Assists with the implementation of mitigation actions, study designs, and management strategies for clientele land and water objectives, provided to you by your supervisor.
  • Assists in conducting pesticide treatments.
  • Operates heavy equipment and chain saws.
  • Aids in the installation of materials and plantings.
  • Prepares, loads, and unloads materials necessary for project completion.
  • Cleans, maintains, and organizes building, equipment, grounds, and materials.
  • Completes tasks provide by supervisors
Qualifications
  • Ability to lift 85 lbs or greater
  • Ability to travel daily and overnight
  • Ability to work outside in inclement weather
  • Possess verbal communication skill
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment
  • Must have problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Wisconsin Forestry Commercial Pesticide Applicators License is a plus

Office Executive Assistant

Overview

As an executive assistant working in our office where you will be required to report to work each day. You will be responsible for answering customer emails and calls, client relations, lead/proposal tracking and delegation, administrative tasks, and assisting all divisions with customer service, sales, and daily business management.

Responsibilities
  • Answers and delegates phone calls and emails
  • Conducts inside sales
  • Develops marketing materials
  • Handles administrative tasks
  • Follows up on proposals
  • Assists in permitting
  • Assists in purchase orders, inventory tracking, and invoicing
  • Prepares estimates and quotes for clientele
Qualifications
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be capable of adapting to rapidly a changing environment while completing projects with stringent deadlines
  • Must be computer literate with experience in Microsoft Office
  • Strong problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to report to office location daily
  • Quickbooks experience is a plus
  • Sales experience is a plus