Environmental Scientist

  • California Department of Fish & Wildlife
  • Fresno, CA, United States
  • Oct 12, 2016
Full time Biology/Ecology Environmental Education/Communication Natural Resources Wildlife/Endangered Species

Job Description

Job Description and Duties
Incumbent is responsible for a broad range of diverse biological and regulatory tasks emphasizing special status species, including conducting complex investigations and directing projects involving multi-species and multi-habitat resource assessment, directing long term conservation planning, habitat maintenance, habitat acquisition, environmental review, public outreach and education,  and law and regulation changes within the Central Region.  Provides final reports, prepares non-routine correspondence, answers difficult questions from the public, and is assigned complex assignments.  The primary geographical focus of this position will be in Fresno and Tulare counties, but work may be assigned in any part of the Region and occasionally statewide.  This position is the primary contact and lead representative for lands management and lands inventories in the geographical focus area.  The incumbent may be assigned a project lead role in complex biological studies in the geographical focus area or for a project on a regional study.  Headquarters for this position is the DFW Fresno office.

Final Filing Date:10/26/2016


Government- State/Provincial


$3,327.00 - $6,361.00