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Georgia DNR Law Enforcement The DNR Law Enforcement Division is looking for self-motivated men and women with a good work ethic and a desire to protect Georgia’s beautiful natural resources and to provide a positive public safety presence for our citizens.
Biological Science Technician
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Incumbent performs a wide variety of duties related to all phases of fish hatchery production. Collect, measure, and record biological information such as species, size, weight, sex, age, percentage mortalities, etc. Monitor appearance and activity of fish for obvious signs of illness, disease, discontent, and general physical condition. Administer preventative and curative disease treatment. Conducts biological surveys following specific sampling procedures and protocols. Computes, compiles, and analyzes routine data in tabular, graphic, or narrative form (e.g., production reports, distribution reports), reporting unusual or unexpected results in detail. Operate and perform limited maintenance on a wide variety of fish trapping, sorting, counting, passage, and distribution structures and equipment. Operate complex equipment systems such as gates, pumps, valves, filters, and sterilizers, to regulate water quantity and quality. Uses word processing equipment to create, copy, edit, store, retrieve, and print a variety of documents. Transcribes correspondence and reports into proper format from electronic and hand written drafts. Reviews correspondence and other documents, checks for and corrects spelling, typographical errors, and conformance to formats. Incorporates tables and graphics into documents and prepares indexes and/or tables of content. Composes routine correspondence. Ensures proper format and grammatical correctness, obtains all required clearances and signatures, distributes and marks copies for filing as necessary. Provides administrative guidance to field station personnel related to current policies, procedures, and regulations.
Biological Science Technician (Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Assists with performing biological studies for determining the manner and extent to which wildlife populations are affected by management activities. Uses field equipment including cameras, GPS equipment, binoculars, rangefinders and computers in order to capture wildlife survey data or for other records. Independently identifies and collects data for studies. Logs samples/data to be used for analysis. Surveys and observes avian populations, looking for abundance, behavior, habitat, sex and age structure, and seasonal movements. Participates in multifaceted fish population studies, including carrying out a variety of research and survey methods, analyzing established data, and monitoring environmental elements related to conservation, management, and/or control of fish. Participates in multifaceted plant studies, including carrying out a variety of research and survey methods, analyzing established data, and monitoring environmental elements such as temperature, humidity, etc., and how it impacts plant health. Surveys location for invasive species populations. Works with the biologists to outline a plan to minimize or remove invasive species. Assists with invasive species removal projects, recording and submitting accomplishment data on the process of technical assistance and habitat restoration activities. Enter, organize and perform preliminary analysis of collected data, using standard statistical methods in preparation of reports. Assists team as needed for general tasks around of the duty station/office. Loads and unloads materials and equipment, cleans grounds, collects and disposes of refuse and performs a variety of light maintenance and housekeeping tasks involving the use of hand and power tools and equipment.
Alligator Biologist (full-time with benefits)
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (Please email me for a full Job Description.)
No previous alligator experience required.
Animal Protection Police Officer
Fairfax County Police Department, Animal Services Division If you are looking for a unique and well paying career in an animal related field Fairfax County is one of only two jurisdictions in Virginia that employ Animal Protection Police Officers. Animal Protection Police Officers are fully sworn law enforcement officers under the Code of Virginia and also carry the full authority of an Animal Control Officer. Our dedicated Animal Protection Police Officers do exactly what their title implies, and they make a difference every day. Come help us speak for those without a voice.
Assistant Chief- Game Species Section
Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency We will post this position late this week on Texas A&M job boards, it will be open for 3 weeks.
Research Analyst - Full Time
Southwick Associates Responsibilities: The professional in this position will conduct quantitative survey and statistical-based analyses. They would also be someone who can go beyond summarizing the data in front of them; to instead support client’s needs with substantive insights. We also want someone interested in identifying research opportunities, new methodological approaches and processes. As a representative of Southwick Associates, good communication skills are a must. Occasional travel may be required. This professional would join a skilled and experienced team and a work culture with a mix of independent and collaborative work, as the projects require.
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s or master’s degree in a quantitative field such as statistics, economics, or business analytics and 3-5 years of experience preferred. Strong analytical skills in the areas of primary and secondary research are required. • Experience with designing, managing, and executing research projects that include data collection, analysis, and reporting. • Proficient with statistical software (such as R or SPSS) and MS Office suite. Experience with online survey platforms is beneficial. • Independent self-starter, organized, self-disciplined and able to work individually or as part of a team with limited oversight. • Strong organizational, written and oral communication skills necessary. Examples of written work are requested. • Detail-oriented with a commitment to accuracy. • Hunting/target shooting/fishing experience is preferred. • Staff work remotely from locations of their choosing. Experience working remotely is preferred.
Compensation: • Salary commensurate with experience, annual profit share, 401K plus company contributions, health benefits via a QSEHRA reimbursement plan, paid time off including vacation, holidays, and similar.
Posting closes on November 11, 2022 or once filled. Send letter, resume, and writing/communications experience to LBragg@SouthwickAssociates.com
Research Consultant - Contractor
Southwick Associates We are seeking qualified consulting researchers to assist as needed. The ideal consultant would have 3+ years’ experience in the economic and/or human side of fisheries & wildlife management and/or outdoor recreation. Fluency with R or SPSS is a must as is Microsoft™ Word and Excel. Experience in any of the following areas is a benefit:
• Analyzing large datasets and pulling random samples based on findings • Online survey software • Statistical modelling software • GIS programming and analysis • Emerging social media and online data collection techniques • Clear and concise technical writing skills Consultants work from home and select the volume of hours they work and when they work. Working as a consultant in addition to a full-time job elsewhere is acceptable provided there is no conflict of interest between the Southwick project and those you are involved in at your current position. Southwick Associates has a broad range of projects starting in January 2023. However, the exact timing and duration of the work is unknown at this stage. These positions are ideal for professionals desiring additional income and a flexible work schedule.
Assistant Prof or Lecturer in Forestry
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College The Department of Forest Resources, housed within the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor or Lecturer of Forestry. This is a 10-month, tenure-track position (Assistant Professor rank) or 10-month non-tenure track position (Lecturer rank). The successful candidate will teach undergraduate courses in support of the BS in Natural Resource Management, develop partnerships with commodity and industry organizations, and work effectively as a member of a faculty team to continually update and improve the content of courses and degree programs in the department. At the Assistant Professor rank, the candidate will also advise students and student organizations; engage in scholarly activities, and engage in service activities. In addition, the successful candidate will work with the community and college on initiatives and activities that enhance the student learning experience and community relationships and promotes student engagement. Specific assignments will depend on the successful candidate’s experience and area of interest.
Conservation Program Technician
Arkansas Game and Fish The conservation program technician is responsible for forest and fish propagation, fire prevention, cultivation, and harvesting activities and maintaining a wildlife management area.
Partner biologist. - Pollinator specialist
WVDNR-NRCS Position involves outreach and implementation of pollinator habitat management for WVDNR and NRCS Conservation planning.
Job posting / detail currently on Texas A and M jobs board. Posting closes on October 31,2022.