Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 78th Annual Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference
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Fish and Wildlife Biologist
US Fish and Wildlife Service The Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program (WSFR) of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), Northeast Region partners to fund conservation and connect people with nature. We are hiring several Fish and Wildlife Biologists (GS-0401-11/12) who will be integral members of a program that partners with state agencies, Native American tribes and conservation organizations throughout the Northeast to achieve on the ground conservation results. This dedicated team of professionals administers more than $200 million annually in grants throughout the Northeastern United States to conserve fish and wildlife species and their habitats, provide for aquatic resource and hunter education programs, and expand and improve fish and wildlife-oriented recreation and boating access opportunities for the public. We will soon advertise two positions:
A fish biologist responsible for administering grants to states focused on wildlife research, survey, monitoring and disease projects.
A wildlife biologist responsible for administering grants to states focused on research, survey, monitoring of marine sport fish and aquatic species of greatest conservation need.
These positions offer opportunities to coordinate with other Service programs and to partner and provide technical assistance and support to states, non-governmental organizations and other partners to achieve conservation through the Northeastern United States.
These positions will be filled under the Office of Personnel Management's Direct Hire Authority and is open to all United States citizens and U.S. nationals. If you are interested in applying, please send a note to Gabe_Gries@fws.gov and we will send you the announcement when it posts on USAjobs.gov
RI DEM Division of Fish & Wildlife This position will aid with program administration, customer service, and technical assistance with natural resource conservation and management programs. This includes aiding the public, Department staff, and external organizations and agencies with regards to DFW programs, wildlife technical assistance, inquiries regarding hunting, trapping and fishing regulations, licensing, and permitting.
Non-Game Bird Biologist
RI DEM Division of Fish & Wildlife This position will function as a field research/management biologist within the Rhode Island, Division of Fish and Wildlife, responsible for ensuring the scientific validity of the statewide management of non-game bird populations. Coordinates, designs and conducts scientific investigations that address wildlife ecology and management of non-game birds. Represents Rhode Island and the Division on non-game bird related topics both locally and regionally. Administers and coordinates statewide species-specific management programs and identifies research needs for many species, including those of greatest conservation need. Provides scientific analysis and interpretation of long-term and recent data to develop recommendations for statewide non-game bird regulations and other management programs to ensure technically sound resource protection and utilization.
Various Environmental Consulting Positions
EnviroScience, Inc. Our team is growing and we are currently seeking professionals to fill a variety of positions in several locations. Please follow the link for a full list of open positions and to learn more about what EnviroScience has to offer!
Deer Crew Leader - Fulton County, PA
Pennsylvania Game Commission White-tailed Deer Research
FULL-TIME 3-YEAR LIMITED TERM WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST AIDE.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is seeking to hire a wildlife biologist aide to coordinate a white-tailed deer field study and lead a seasonal crew for winter deer trapping in Fulton County.
Duties will include working as the team leader for capturing white-tailed deer using clover traps, rocket nets, and drop nets, conducting field and road-side deer population surveys, monitoring survival and mortality of marked deer, collection of CWD samples, and other activities as assigned. During winter trapping, long hours (early morning and after dark) and weekend work will be expected in harsh, winter field conditions. Ability to work in a team setting, as well as alone are essential. Ability to effectively communicate with crew and supervisors regarding work activities is critical.
A bachelor’s degree in ecology, wildlife, or a related natural resources field is required. Valid driver’s license is required. Ability to drive 4WD trucks in snow preferred. Employees must be able to lift 50lbs. and carry it for 100 meters.
Salary is $15.88 per hour and includes benefits (overtime is at time and half). This is a 2-year limited-term position, with an extension possible. Work vehicle is provided. Housing is not provided.
Email your cover letter stating interest in position, resume, official copy of transcripts, and contact information for 3 references to David Stainbrook at email@example.com. Please send a single document containing all application materials with your first and last name in the file name and email subject title (i.e., Jane_Doe_Application.pdf). Applications must be received by May 19, 2023 (11:59 p.m. EST). Only complete applications will receive consideration. Anticipated start date is as soon as possible, but negotiable.
University of New Hampshire Population estimation and spatially explicit modeling of New England cottontail.