Wildlife Biologist

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • Albuquerque, NM, USA
  • May 01, 2018
Full time Biology - Ecology

Job Description

Summary

This position is part of the Division of Migratory Birds. As a Wildlife Biologist you will be responsible for participating in the development, revision, implementation, and integration of national and regional conservation plans for nongame birds, specifically eagles, through interaction with other Federal agencies, States, and non-governmental conservation interests. Assist regional coordinator with national and regional Eagle coordinators to integrate national and international priorities into Regional conservation and management activities.

This is a Term appointment, not-to-exceed 13 months, which can be extended for a total appointment of 4 years.

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Responsibilities

Major Duties Include:

  • Assist technical advisor on the conservation and management of hawks, eagles, and vultures, and effects of management and take on those populations.
  • Assist with the coordination and development of bald and golden eagle training opportunities for field stations and Service field biologists with regard to Eagle Conservation Plan Guidance and other eagle related guidance.
  • Produce documents, reports, and scientific papers and presentations at meetings.
  • Use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) techniques to create databases and other products to use by program and land managers.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - To attend training, meetings, and conferences.

Closes 05/07/2018

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Sector

Government- Federal

Salary

$41,505 to $53,955 per year. Pay scale & grade GS 7.