Seasonal will assist department with field work during the summer in numerous locations throughout Colorado and data entry in the office. Field work includes botanical surveys, vegetation and demographic monitoring, and seed collection. Field trips are scheduled every other week from May through August and are typically for four to five days. This work requires physical exertion such as regular and recurring walking, hiking, or climbing over wet, rough, steep, uneven or rocky surfaces in exposed terrain while carrying moderately heavy equipment (up to 50 pounds) for extended periods of time and bending, crouching, stooping, lifting or reaching to observe, collect, or record field data. Work may be performed in inclement weather conditions (heat, cold, rain, wind, and direct sunlight) at moderate to high elevations in the presence of wild animals including insects (such as bees, wasps, and mosquitoes). Fieldwork will include overnight camping and multiple-day outings and may include irregular hours such as weekends and evenings.