The Wildlife Biologist is a scientific professional of the Natural Resources Department who performs a variety of managerial, professional, and scientific ecological work in connection with the determination, establishment and application of the biological facts, principles and procedures necessary for the conservation and management of wildlife species. This position requires a combination of field and office work.
The Wildlife Biologist responsibilities include the management, planning, protection, preservation, and enhancement of wildlife resources with a special emphasis on Treaty reserved resources.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, AND EDUCATION
• Master's Degree in Wildlife Biology or related field is preferred; or BS Degree in Wildlife Biology or a related field, REQUIRED. (Copy of degree or transcripts must be submitted with application.)
• Minimum of three (3) years of wildlife biology field experience professionally, educationally or combination of both, REQUIRED.
• Experience in big game management and biology preferably with mule deer or elk, REQUIRED.
• Work experience in intermountain ponderosa pine ecosystems, preferred.
• Minimum of one (1) year of supervisory experience, REQUIRED.
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