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Wildlife Clearance Surveyor / Golden Eagle Nest Biomonitor
GeoSystems Analysis, Inc.
At-will Field Biologists/Ecologists will conduct golden eagle nest monitoring and construction clearance surveys (e.g., avian nest searches, fossorial mammal surveys) in New Mexico and Arizona in support of renewable energy development(s) to help avoid and/or minimize disturbance to wildlife. Field Biologists/Ecologists may also be tasked with conducting standardized surveys at operational wind facilities to document bird and bat fatalities, fixed-point avian use surveys, and other surveys as needed (e.g., botanical surveys, wildlife capture work).
Link: https://jobs.rwfm.tamu.edu/view-job/?id=88368
M.S. Graduate Project - Desert Tortoise and Solar Development
Arizona State University
We are seeking a hard working, highly motivated, and detail-oriented Master’s student to begin graduate work at Arizona State University starting in June 2024 (pending final approval of funding). The student will join the research lab of Dr. Jesse Lewis at ASU (jslewi10@asu.edu), and be working in collaboration with the Bureau of Land Management and Arizona Game and Fish Department. Start date is expected to be June 1, 2024. Salary: $20.00 per hour plus health benefits and tuition reduction. This is a grant-funded position and is contingent upon funding.
Link: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25620&siteid=5494#jobDetails=4882120_5494
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST “Lab Specialist 2”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST
“Lab Specialist 2”
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT DIVISION / AQUATIC BRANCH / PHOENIX, AZ BASED

FLSA-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 21 / HIRING SALARY RANGE $48,400 - $55,000
REQUISITION # 523361 / CLOSING DATE: 02/26/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES OFFICER 1 “ASO Accounting”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES OFFICER 1
“ASO Accounting”
SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION / BUDGET & ACCOUNTING / PHOENIX, AZ BASED
FLSA –Exempt / GRADE 19 (HIRING SALARY RANGE $47,564 - $55,000)
REQUISITION #523975 / CLOSING DATE: 02/07/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN “Sonoran Pronghorn Pen Technician, Kofa”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN
“Sonoran Pronghorn Pen Technician, Kofa”
FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / REGION 4 / YUMA, AZ BASED
FLSA- Non Exempt / SALARY GRADE 18 / HIRING SALARY RANGE $34,221 - $42,000
REQUISITION #523900 / CLOSING DATE: 02/25/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
SHOOTING RANGE ASSISTANT
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
SHOOTING RANGE ASSISTANT
Multiple positions available
INFORMATION EDUCATION & RECREATION DIV / SHOOTING SPORTS BRANCH
BEN AVERY - CLAY TARGET CENTER AND RIFLE & PISTOL RANGE
I-17 and CAREFREE HIGHWAY / TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT / PART TIME
FLSA-Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 15 / HOURLY RATE $18.70
REQUISITION #523791 / CLOSING DATE: 02/01/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR
SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/ PHOENIX BASED
FLSA-EXEMPT / SALARY GRADE 25 / Hiring Salary Range $60,723-$75,000
REQUISITION #523736 / CLOSING DATE: 01/31/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
Environment for the Americas Internships
Environment for the Americas
This internship program seeks to engage racially and ethnically diverse college students, graduates, graduate students, veterans and others up to age 35 in natural resource, conservation and stewardship careers. Paid, usually with housing.
Link: https://environmentamericas.org
Intermediate Biologist
Canacre
The Intermediate Biologist will primarily be responsible for leading biological surveys, monitoring and providing guidance to the project teams throughout small to large-scale projects. The Intermediate Biologist includes all phases of Project work from approvals and pre-construction through to construction, operation and abandonment.

In addition your role will be to:

Conduct, direct and coordinate multi-disciplinary field surveys
Act as a technical lead to project team
Cultivate a work environment committed to the health, safety and wellness of employees.
Establish a highly efficient and positive culture where employees are empowered and accountable for areas of responsibility.
Lead various biological surveys (e.g. avian, wildlife and vegetation surveys) using standard protocols to support environmental assessments and project compliance
Collaborate with other members of the team, as well as external partners and stakeholders, to develop and implement conservation and management plans
Provide specialized advice to project team on considerations related to wildlife and vegetation
Act as a resource to construction personnel and explain environmental regulations and how they are applied in the field
Verify that biologically sensitive areas are properly marked and flagged before work is done in the area and develop mitigation strategies where required
Inspect areas of concern as identified and make appropriate recommendations to construction personnel, as required
Review field reports for consistency and accuracy
Link: https://canacre.applytojob.com/apply/p4ieA1ACKb/Intermediate-Biologist-Arizona
Junior Biologist
Canacre
The Junior Biologist will primarily be responsible for supporting biological surveys, monitoring and providing guidance to the project teams throughout small to large-scale projects. The role includes all phases of Project work from approvals and pre-construction through to construction or abandonment.

In addition your role will be to:

Conduct various discipline surveys for input into environmental assessment and compliance projects (e.g., wildlife and vegetation surveys)
Support biological and compliance monitoring during construction
Provide specialized advice to project team on considerations related to wildlife and vegetation
Act as a resource to construction personnel and explain wildlife regulations and how they are applied in the field
Verify that biologically sensitive areas are properly marked and flagged before work is done in the area and develop mitigation strategies where required
Support data collection in the field using various GIS enabled technologies
Participate in field kickoff meetings
Inspect areas of concern as identified and make appropriate recommendations to construction personnel, as required
Complete daily field reporting

Link: https://canacre.applytojob.com/apply/HkJqDcWjMf/Junior-Biologist-Arizona
Senior Biologist
Canacre
The Senior Biologist will primarily be responsible for leading biological surveys, monitoring and providing guidance to the project teams throughout small to large-scale projects. The Senior Biologist will be involved in all phases of Project work from approvals and pre-construction through to construction or abandonment.

In addition, your role will be to:

Conduct, direct and coordinate multi-disciplinary field surveys
Act as a technical lead to project team
Cultivate a work environment committed to the health, safety and wellness of employees
Establish a highly efficient and positive culture where employees are empowered and accountable for areas of responsibility
Lead various discipline surveys for input into environmental assessment and compliance projects (e.g. wildlife and vegetation surveys)
Provide specialized advice to project team on considerations related to wildlife and vegetation
Act as a resource to construction personnel and explain wildlife regulations and how they are applied in the field
Verify that biologically sensitive areas are properly marked and flagged before work is done in the area and develop mitigation strategies where required
Lead field kickoff meetings
Inspect areas of concern as identified and make appropriate recommendations to construction personnel, as required
Review field reports for consistency and accuracy
Link: https://canacre.applytojob.com/apply/46Ibu0Zc2S/Senior-Biologist-Arizona
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER
SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/ PHOENIX BASED
FLSA-EXEMPT / SALARY GRADE 26 / Hiring Salary Range
$65,968-$83,000
REQUISITION #523732 / CLOSING DATE: 01/31/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
INTERN "Creel Intern - Pinetop"
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
INTERN
"Creel Intern - Pinetop"
FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / REGION 1 / PINETOP, AZ BASED
TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT / FLSA-Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 04
HOURLY RATE $14.35 - $15.40
REQUISITION # 523462 / CLOSING DATE: 01/29/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
2024 SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
INTERN

"IERD 2024 Summer Internships"

INFORMATION EDUCATION & RECREATION DIV / PHOENIX, AZ BASED

TEMPORARY APPOINTMENT / FLSA-Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 04

HOURLY RATE $14.35 - $15.40

REQUISITION # 523460 / CLOSING DATE: 02/04/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST “Aquatic Wildlife Specialist 2”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST

“Aquatic Wildlife Specialist 2”

FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / REGION 3 / KINGMAN, ARIZONA BASED

FLSA-EXEMPT / SALARY GRADE 21 / Hiring Salary Range $48,000- $55,000

REQUISITION # 523324 / CLOSE DATE: 02/04/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST “Aquatic Wildlife Specialist 2”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
WILDLIFE SPECIALIST

“Aquatic Wildlife Specialist 2”

FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / REGION 3 / KINGMAN, ARIZONA BASED

FLSA-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 21 / HIRING RANGE $48,000-$55,000

REQUISITION # 523302 / CLOSING DATE: 02/04/2024
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
WILDLIFE MANAGER 1 “Wildlife Manager Trainee”
ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
WILDLIFE MANAGER 1

“Wildlife Manager Trainee”

FIELD OPERATIONS DIVISION / STATEWIDE LOCATIONS

FLSA-Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 21 ($54,001)

REQUISITION #514568 – OPEN CONTINUOUS
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/
Fish Biologist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The Arizona Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office-Whiteriver station is located in the White Mountains of east-central Arizona. There are extensive hiking, fishing, hunting, and camping opportunities throughout the area including the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, national forests, and state parks. We have a diverse team of individuals working on a range of projects involving native fish conservation (including Apache Trout recovery), sportfish management, and invasive species control. Although much of our office effort is dedicated to Apache Trout recovery projects, the incumbent will support Arizona tribes in their efforts to conserve a variety of native fish (e.g., Apache Trout, Gila Topminnow, Zuni Bluehead Sucker), manage sportfish (warmwater and coldwater) in lakes and streams, and manage aquatic invasive species (e.g., New Zealand mud snails). 

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/773369600

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/773370400

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/773391600
Advocacy Coordinator
Arizona Wildlife Federation
The AWF Advocacy Coordinator will work closely with AWF staff to build
authentic non-partisan support for state and federal policies that value and protect
Arizona’s wildlife, habitat, outdoor recreation, and access to public lands. Current
priorities include: Arizona’s Sky Islands, wildlife connectivity and crossings,
outdoor equity and access, clean water, old growth forest management, and support
of hunting and fishing and science-based management of wildlife.

Responsibilities:
• Develop and execute field strategies and tactics. Work with our Advocacy
Director to create campaign plans that grow support for public lands, wildlife
and habitat protection, and outdoor recreation.
• Build relationships and influence decision makers. Plan and coordinate
meetings to educate Arizona’s state legislators, Arizona’s U.S. Senators and
Representatives, and agency leaders with the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Bureau
of Land Management, Arizona Game and Fish Department and Arizona Parks
and Trails departments on appropriate issues.
• Educate and empower our members and partners to take action. Create digital
and printed content and share through our communications channels. Plan and
host educational events, coordinate action alerts, and organize meetings with
decision makers, partners, and the public.

• Generate earned media in support of our campaigns. Write and publish press
releases, media alerts, advisories, op-eds, LTE’s, blogs, social media posts.
• Build strong local media relationships and manage radio and television media
tours, press conferences and tele-pressers.
• Track and report the effectiveness of AWF campaigns and campaign
deliverables.
Link: https://azwildlife.org/Advocacy-Coordinator
Instructor (Biology)
Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute
This position is part of the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, Bureau of Indian Education (BIE). As a Instructor (Biology) you will be responsible for providing college level instruction in the field of Biology to meet the education goals and objectives of SIPI.
Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/772104500
Black Bear Graduate Research Assistant (M.Sc.)
Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University
Black bears were considered extirpated from Texas in the 1950s due to unregulated hunting, predator control, and habitat loss. Since being listed as state threatened by the state in 1987, black bears have naturally recolonized areas of Texas, dispersing from the Mexico source population to small suitable habitat patches which form subpopulations in west and south Texas

Borderlands Research Institute, in collaboration with Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, Customs and Border Protection, and US Fish and Wildlife Service have initiated a multi-year study aimed to gather data on black bears along the borderlands region of southwestern Texas and northern Mexico to assess the impact of the border barrier on large mammals.

The Graduate Research Assistant (MSc) will help establish an array of remotely activated cameras to document bear occupancy and habitat use as it relates to border infrastructure The Graduate Research Assistant will also assist with trapping and radio-collaring black bears as part of the larger monitoring project.
Link: https://sulross.peopleadmin.com/postings/7547
Mexican spotted owl surveyor
AZGFD
I am looking for a field biologist to assist me with Mexican spotted owl surveys (MSO) in the Galiuro Mountains between end of March/early April through late July. Previous experience with MSO surveys preferred. Important: this work involves backpacking and hiking in very rough terrain, typically off-trail on steep hill slopes with loose terrain and in narrow, rocky washes. Candidates must be able to demonstrate previous experience working in difficult field conditions. For more information please contact Stephanie Cobbold (scobbold@azgfd.gov)
Link: None
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