The Wildlife Research Biologist will assist the Project Leader with completing the objectives of the ATV-Hunter Interactions, Carnivore Interactions, Mule Deer Population Dynamics, and Ungulate Habitat Use Studies, and other future research projects. The Department Wildlife Research Program has ongoing research projects that focus on management of mule deer and elk and their habitat and predators. The Wildlife Research Biologist will help collect, analyze, write, and publish results from data collected as part of research on mule deer and elk and their habitat and predators. See job posting for more information.
Requires two years of biological experience performing studies, research, or resource management activities in a fish or wildlife program with one year of at least two of the following: gathering data, analyzing data, or preparing reports; and a Bachelor's degree in Fisheries or Wildlife Science or a closely-related Bachelor's degree or three additional years of biological experience. A Master’s or Doctorate degree will substitute for some experience.
Contact: Apply online at: www.odfw.com/hr
You must apply online. E-mailed, mailed, faxed or hand-delivered applications will not be accepted.