Resource Analyst 12 – Parks and Recreation Division

Hiring Organization: Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Employment type: Full-Time
Job Location: Roscommon, MI
Application Due Date: July 2, 2024


This position is the Recognized Resource for the Northern Lower Peninsula (Gaylord, Roscommon, and Cadillac Districts).The function of the Stewardship Resource Analyst is to further the Department of Natural Resources statutory state park mission to "…acquire, protect, and preserve the natural, historic and cultural features of Michigan’s unique resources…"  within a geographic region of the state. This position's geographic area of responsibility is the Northern Lower Peninsula to include the Gaylord, Roscommon, and Cadillac Districts. The Stewardship Resource Analyst provides natural resource technical assistance to PRD field staff, Field Planners, contractors, and partners. This position assists Field Planners, Trails Analysts, and Park Supervisors/Managers plan and construct development projects that are compatible with PRD's natural resource protection mission. The Stewardship Resource Analyst performs on the ground survey, evaluation, and monitoring of the condition of natural resources, invasive species, forest health, impacts from recreation and the success of past ecological restoration treatments. The Stewardship Resource Analyst investigates the potential impacts of proposed development projects and events and makes recommendations. This position coordinates with stewardship partners. This position may also assist with the stewardship of cultural resources.

This position will be located at the:
Ralph A. MacMullan Center
104 Conservation Drive
Roscommon, MI 48653

Position Description (Download PDF reader)

Required Education and Experience


Possession of a bachelor's degree in a physical, biological, or natural resource science, resource management, resource planning, engineering, or a related field.

Three years of professional experience in the protection, development and maintenance of land, water, or natural resources, including one year equivalent to the experienced (P11) level in state service.


Additional Requirements and Information

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