Fish and Wildlife Scientific Aid (Waterfowl)-California

Agency
California Department of Fish and Wildlife Waterfowl Program
Location
Willows, California
Job Category
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Salary
12.59/Hour
Start Date
09/05/2018
Last Date to Apply
07/14/2018
Website
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=111156
Description
• Rocket-netting and banding of northern pintail from September through October. • Morphological measurements of white-fronted geese at hunter check stations from October to December. • Rocket-net Aleutian Canada geese and applying neck collars for population estimate monitoring in November or December. • Possible disease testing for avian influenza. • Ground and possible aerial telemetry tracking of marked geese. • Accurate record keeping of trap data for reporting. • Trap preparation and equipment maintenance. • Other assigned duties associated with trapping activities Housing: Bunkhouse housing is provided at no cost by Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge.
Qualifications
Minimum Qualifications: • Two years of college with 10 semester units in biology or other natural resource related studies • Good scientific writing and communication skills • Basic knowledge of computer programs "Word" and "Excel" • Possession of a valid California driver's license Desired Knowledge and Abilities: • Knowledge of California's nesting waterfowl species. • Knowledge of wildlife survey and capture methods. • Wildlife biology, ecology, and taxonomy (e.g., ornithology, mammalogy, herpetology, etc.). • Conduct on-line research of scientific literature and write at a college level. • Word processing and data entry skills; ability to work in a busy office environment. • Good organizational skills and ability to keep accurate records. Please complete the instructions provided in the link above as well as send, cover letter, resume and 3 references combined into 1 PDF document to Dan.Skalos@wildlife.ca.gov
Contact Person
Dan Skalos
Contact Phone
9164453763
Contact eMail
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