Under the general supervision of the District 4 Fisheries Biologist, this position conducts professional biological work in the management of inland fisheries in a 9-county Wildlife Resources Commission district. The employee is responsible for but not limited to:
- Planning and conducting fisheries management activities
- Investigating the status of fish populations
- Developing regulation proposals.
- Preparing fisheries management plans in coordination with other agencies.
- Investigating fish kills.
- Evaluating public fishing access projects.
- Providing technical assistance to organizations and individuals for managing populations and improving habitat.
-Organizing and implementing the District's fisheries outreach program.
Graduation from an appropriately accredited four-year college or university with a degree in fisheries or wildlife management, zoology, or biology. Two years of experience in fisheries or wildlife management. Or an equivalent combination of training and experience.