This particular species of snake is nonvenomous but invasive, so the action team’s job is to remove them. If you’re wondering what the hell people do when they “come upon” a massive python, George Perkins told the publication how it’s done. Basically, after you’ve located the snake, you’ve got to secure the head.
"The snake grabs things with its head and the first few feet," said Perkins. "If you can control the head and first few feet, everything else falls in line." He said sometimes the surveyor has to wrestle the snake into exhaustion, which can take up to 20 minutes.
I would rather be swallowed whole by a Burmese python then apply for this job, but if it’s something you’re interested in, and you’re willing to “Assume personal liability for health, welfare and safety of [yourself] and anyone assisting,” definitely feel empowered to apply.