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Biological Science Technician (Wildlife)

Deadline:
Employer:
Department of the Army

Job Field:
Wildlife
Job Type:
Full Time
Location:
Georgia
Location Detail:
Fort Stewart, Georgia

Job Description:

Assists professional wildlife and forestry personnel with a variety of wildlife management and forest biology duties.

 

Implements current practices and procedures and adapts new ones to enhance and improve Wildlife programs.

 

Ensures that personnel under their direction use and comply with safety procedures and properly use safety equipment.

 

Plans, conducts, and/or oversees tasks that require a substantial knowledge of wildlife management methods, procedures, and techniques, such as wildlife population census.

 

Operates a variety of government furnished motor vehicles such as 4x4 utility vehicles (UTV’s),automobiles and light trucks, pull behind trailers, farm tractors, and all-terrain vehicles (ATV’s).

 

Provides technical support to the threatened and endangered species (TES) management, game management, fisheries management, habitat management, and invasive species management programs.

 

Conducts a variety of field studies of game and non-game fish and wildlife species to determine the condition of the species and its habitat, environmental conditions, and other factors affecting the health and welfare of the species

Qualifications:

See USAJOBS for qualifications and educational requirements

Salary:
$49,025 - $63,733 per year

Benefits:

See USAJOBS for benefits and related information

How to Apply:

https://www.usajobs.gov/job/774715500

 

Prospective applicants will need to apply through USAJOBS.gov.

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