Coordinates, plans and conducts scheduled public hunts and collecting biological field data for wildlife harvested on Webb WMA, Palachucola WMA, Hamilton Ridge WMA, Tillman Sand Ridge HP WMA and Victoria Bluff WMA. Coordinates with Unit Biologist to ensure overall management activities are carried out on WMA lands and Heritage Preserves within the Unit. Assists with planning and conducting research activities and data collection to support statewide services. Monitors use and maintenance of facilities on the Palachucola WMA. Provides technical assistance and education within the Unit. Handles nuisance complaints (including Alligators) within the Unit.
A master's degree in biology, chemistry or related technical area field; or a bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, wildlife management or related technical area and two (2) years of experience relevant to the job.
Experience in wildlife habitat management, forestry management and a working knowledge of wildlife biology. Ability to operate farm machinery, hand tools, boat and motor, ATV and vehicle. Ability to communicate with the general public and staff in a positive manner. Ability to assist and coordinate prescribed burns, handle nuisance complaints (including Alligators) and provide technical assistance.