Environmental Scientist

  • California Department of Fish & Wildlife
  • Sacramento, CA, United States
  • Mar 11, 2017
Temporary Biology/Ecology Communication/Public Outreach Natural Resources Training Wildlife/Endangered Species

Job Description


Under the supervision of the Environmental Program Manager, the incumbent will assist with the statewide Landscape Conservation Planning Program (Program) efforts specific to the new, statewide Resource Conservation Investment Strategy Program (RCIS Program). The incumbent will have the opportunity to participate in the development of program guidelines, provide technical support to a team of conservation planners statewide that includes training, mentoring, and technical guidance. The successful candidate will plan and attend meetings, coordinate with data tracking system preparers and track progress of Regional Conservation Assessments (RCA), RCISs, Mitigation Credit Agreements (MCA), and mitigation credits. In addition, the incumbent will prepare reports and respond to requests for information from the public and others regarding the RCIS Program. This position works closely with regional and Program staff and the public.

This is a limited-term position up to 9-months, with the possibility of this position becoming permanent once the new RCIS Program begins to generate sufficient fee-based revenue for the department.
Excellent analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills are required.

Final Filing Date: 3/22/2017


Government- State/Provincial


$3,327.00 - $4,119.00 A; $4,043.00 - $5,016.00 B; $5,116.00 - $6,361.00 C