Biological Science Technician (Monitoring)

  • U.S. Bureau of Land Management
  • Idaho, USA
  • Jun 12, 2019
Full time Biology - Ecology Conservation/ Natural Resources Environmental Planning - NEPA Environmental Science - Engineering GIS - Remote Sensing Wildlife - Endangered Species - Biodiversity

Job Description

Seasonal - This is a Career Seasonal appointment; it is expected you will work at least 6 months, but less than 9 months a year. When work or funds are not available, you will be placed in non-pay status.

2 vacancies in the following locations:


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One position is located in Salmon, Idaho and another is located in Challis, Idaho.  Information about the surrounding area may be found here: Salmon and Challis.

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Assists Monitoring Coordinator with planning and directing fieldwork for the collection, analysis, and documentation of data related to the Field Office’s resource monitoring program and other field studies.

Works directly with Monitoring Coordinator and Geographic Information Systems Specialists assembling and summarizing field data, ensuring that all monitoring activities are fully documented and reported.

Organizes and oversees annual field work consistent with established monitoring protocols.

Researches literature needed for preparing reports, environmental assessments and biological assessments.

Assists the Monitoring Coordinator in refining the Field Office's resource monitoring program by summarizing data sets.

Travel Required

Occasional travel - Travel may be required to attend trainings, conferences, workshops, and/or field visits.

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Job Level



Government- Federal


GS 05 - 07 Salary $33,949 to $54,670 per year