Game Management Section Supervisor

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Augusta, Maine
Job Category
Full time Positions
$71,344.00 - $96,928.00 annually
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
This announcement is for the position of Game Management Section Supervisor. The position provides leadership, guidance, and coordination of the Game Management Section, including the deer, bear, moose, game bird, and furbearer biologists and the game registration program. The position identifies section priorities, reviews scientific proposals, and makes management and research recommendations to the Wildlife and Bureau Directors. The position reviews annual reports, species assessments, and other work products developed by Section staff; facilitates problem solving and planning; improves efficiency of the Section through training and use of new technology; and writes and administers Section-wide contracts. The position makes regulatory recommendations, drafts administrative rules, and develops and and monitors program budgets and fundraising requests. The position oversees human dimensions research and public consultation to inform the development of game species management plans. The position coordinates game management program needs with state, federal, tribal, local agencies, and users, and provides testimony to boards and commissions. The position represents the Wildlife Division and the department at local, state, and national levels. The position is based in Augusta, however there is an expectation for the position to spend 1-2 days per week in the Bangor Office as part of their regular duties. Excellent interpersonal, communication, management, and administrative skills are required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Wildlife Management, or related field -AND- four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in a related biological field, including experience in a supervisory capacity. Directly related work experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.
Contact Person
Noreen Hart
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