Biologist: West Alton, MO

US Army Corps of Engineers
West Alton, MO
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Assists to coordinate, plan, and execute all of the activities related to the environmental stewardship program, shoreline management, forest resources, fisheries and wildlife, shoreline stabilization, soil conversation and pest control. Develops and implements specific land use plans for various project compartments for fish and wildlife management. Assists with the project's prescribed burning management program. Assists with the project's environmental compliance program. Conducts field investigations and field work to observe habitat conditions. Independently plans and carries out investigations of wildlife habitat management program concerns. Performs habitat field inventories at field sites using government vessels and vehicles to access the sites. Sets objectives and goals; and develops monitoring plans, researches design, analyzes resulting data and provides technical input for inclusion into planning documents. Frequently engages in formal and informal discussions through presentations with professionals from other federal, state, non-governmental agencies such as the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
A. Degree: Bachelor's degree (or higher degree) in biological sciences, agriculture, natural resource management, chemistry, or related disciplines appropriate to the position.
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