Aid in the implementation of Natural and Cultural Integrated Management Plans. This includes tasks such as: Measuring stream s and facility discharge flow and calculates flow measurements. Responding to environmental emergencies, as directed. Constructing and maintain wildlife habitat improvements and structures for equipment and supply storage. Capturing wildlife for surveys, censuses, relocation, making and propagation. Collection of field data for biological investigations. Providing technical information and assistance to the public and the regulated community. Maintaining accurate records on all activities and prepares reports as required.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A associates degree and related experience in environmental quality control programs or wildlife/fisheries management programs. A bachelor degree in a related technical area may be substituted for the required work experience.
Knowledge of methods and techniques for performing wildlife population surveys or wildlife habitat surveys. Ability to perform moderately complex files procedures. Ability to perform physical tasks of moderate difficulty in varying climatic conditions and during irregular hours. Ability to plan, schedule and direct the work of subordinates. Ability to keep accurate records. Knowledge of principles and techniques related to fish and wildlife habitat development, population surveys, propagation and rearing and to capture, transport, marking and rehabilitation. Knowledge of laws and regulations related to wildlife and fisheries management. Knowledge of techniques for the construction and maintenance of facilities, dikes, roads and special project structures. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with the general public. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of an online state application. Only those applicants chosen for interview will be notified of job filled status.
Closing Date/Time: Fri. 03/23/18 5:00 PM Eastern Time
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