Natural Resources Manager 14 - Southern Lake Huron Management Unit

  • Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • Bay City, MI, USA
  • May 06, 2019
Full time Biology - Ecology Communication - Public Outreach Conservation/ Natural Resources Fisheries - Marine Science - Aquatic Biology Management

Job Description

Job Description

Note:  If you previously applied to this posting, please do not reapply, your application is still being considered.

Provide leadership for the administration, planning, promotion and implementation of inland and Great Lakes fisheries management programs within a multi watershed area of the southern region of the Lake Huron Basin. Responsible for the fiscal management of a unit budget and supervision and training of permanent and temporary personnel. Participate in multi-disciplinary planning and management efforts within the Department and with other State and Federal agencies.

Required Education and Experience

Possession of a bachelor's degree in forestry, forest management, wildlife management, wildlife biology, animal ecology, fisheries biology, fisheries management, limnology, zoology, geology, engineering, geography, natural resources, resources management, or a related field.

Five years of professional experience equivalent to a Forester, Fisheries Biologist, Environmental Quality Analyst, Geologist, Resources Analyst, or Wildlife Biologist, including three years equivalent to the P11 level, two years equivalent to the 12 level, or one year equivalent to a Natural Resources Manager 13, Forest Management Specialist 13, Fisheries Biology Specialist 13, Environmental Quality Specialist 13, Geology Specialist 13, Resources Specialist 13, or Wildlife Biology Specialist 13.

Alternate Education and Experience

Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major and three years of experience in the management of public lands equivalent to a Property Analyst P11, two years of experience in the management of public lands equivalent to Property Analyst 12 or, one year of experience in the management of public lands equivalent to a Property Specialist 13 or Property Manager 13 may be substituted for the education and experience requirements.


Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major and eight years of fisheries tech experience including four years of experience equivalent to a Natural Resources Tech Supervisor 1 in state service.

Special Requirements, Licenses, and Certifications
Subclass Code: FISH -  which requires a minimum of one year of full-time experience in fisheries management support activities in order to protect, develop, and maintain populations of fish species for environmental and recreational purposes.

Additional Requirements and Information

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$2,346.40 - $3,452.80 Biweekly