Lake Champlain Fishery Restoration Program Leader: Essex Junction, VT

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Essex Junction, VT
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Full time Positions
$79,363 - $103,176 per year
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As a Supervisory Fish Biologist (Lake Champlain Fisheries Restoration Program Leader), the incumbent will be responsible for supervising an assessment, research, and restoration program for fisheries in the Lake Champlain Basin in Vermont and New York with a focus on landlocked Atlantic salmon. You will supervise a team of biologists and technicians as part of the Lake Champlain Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and work closely with other staff in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service along with state, NGO, and university partners to plan and implement a complex fisheries restoration program.
One year of specialized experience comparable in scope and responsibility equivalent to grade GS-11 in the Federal service. Experience includes 1) Conducting biological surveys for the management, preservation, rehabilitation, and/or enhancement of fish populations; 2) Evaluating results of fish and other aquatic species management activities using standard and novel fish sampling method and statistical analysis; 3) Preparing reports of scientific findings and delivering presentations at professional meetings, conferences, and symposia; 4) Leading biological and technical staff to complete work plan objectives and tasks; 5) Collaborating with others to solve biological problems encountered in fishery management; 6) Preparing annual work plans, budget submissions, and annual reporting.
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