Soil Conservation Technician Salary in Hopkinsville, Kentucky

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Average Salary for Soil Conservation Technician in Hopkinsville, Kentucky

The average salary of a(n) Soil Conservation Technician in Hopkinsville, Kentucky is $46,808.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Soil Conservation Technician in Hopkinsville, Kentucky is $22.50.

The average bonus of a(n) Soil Conservation Technician in Hopkinsville, Kentucky is $805.00.

Job Description:

Provides technical assistance to land users in planning and applying soil and water conservation practices, utilizing basic engineering and surveying tools, instruments, and techniques and knowledge of agricultural and related sciences, such as agronomy, soil conservation, and hydrology. Analyzes conservation problems of land and discusses alternative solutions to problems with land users. Advises land users in developing plans for conservation practices, such as conservation cropping systems, woodlands management, pasture planning, and engineering systems, based on cost estimates of different practices, needs of land users, maintenance requirements, and life expectancy of practices. Usual requirement is a four-year college degree in field of specialty; however, some organizations may accept equivalent education and experience combined. Computes design specification for particular practices to be installed, using survey and field information technical guides and engineering field manuals. Submits copy of engineering design specifications to land users for implementation by land user or contractor. Surveys property to mark locations and measurements, using surveying instruments. Monitors projects during and after construction to ensure that projects conform to design specifications. Periodically revisits land users to view implemented land use practices and plans. Less

Provides technical assistance to land users in planning and applying soil and water conservation practices, utilizing basic engineering and surveying tools, instruments, and techniques and knowledge of agricultural and related sciences, such as agronomy, soil conservation, and hydrology. Analyzes conservation... More

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