Agency: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Working Title: Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Sci. III - 77072906
Position Number: 77072906
Salary: $1,234/18 bi-weekly + benefits
Posting Closing Date: 06/15/2017
Position Address:298 Sabal Palm Road, Naples, FL 34114
Supervisor: Daniel Mitchell
Supervises position number 00671, Fisheries and Wildlife Biologist II
Description of duties: Plan, develop and implement wildlife management programs on the Big Cypress Wildlife Management Area in coordination with the National Park Service. Prepare annual work plans, quarterly and annual progress reports. Manage and monitor public use on the area. Conduct population surveys of game, non-game, threatened and endangered wildlife species. Maintain equipment in a safe and usable condition. Conduct various habitat management practices including prescribed burning. Manages human-bear conflicts. Regularly works independently in the field.
Broadband code: 19-1023-3
Class code: 5074
Title: Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Scientist III
Working hours: 8-5 M-F, evening and weekends as required
List of any subordinates supervised: Supervises position number 00671, Fisheries and Wildlife Biologist II
Residency requirement: Must live within 25 mile radius of Naples Field Office.
Level of Education- A.A.; A.S.; B.A.: Bachelors degree with a major in one of the biological sciences.
Hire-in Pay: $37,867.70 (annually)
The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.
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Nearest Major Market: Naples