This position is located in the Environmental Conservation (ECON) Branch, Environmental Management Division (EMD), Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The selectee will serve as a non-supervisory Wildlife Biologist (GS-486-9/11) for the Land and Wildlife Resources Section. The primary role of this position will be non-game species surveys and monitoring, data collection/entry/analysis, GIS and geodatabase management, developing research/project proposals, and outreach programs. Additional duties may include involvement with game and invasive species management, human-wildlife conflict mitigation, wildlife disease monitoring, and sample collection, and outdoor recreation programs.
Best Qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or higher in wildlife biology, wildlife management, wildlife ecology, or related field and will be able to demonstrate the following: extensive work experience specific to wildlife ecology and management; strong technical skills in North American wildlife species identification, monitoring techniques, and habitat identification; Knowledge of Marine Corps land management policies and procedures sufficient to ensure that plans and programs are consistent with the multiple uses of the land; sufficient knowledge of state and federal regulations and guidelines as they pertain to Sikes Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and hunting and fishing regulations; experienced in the use of GPS, GIS technologies, and web-based systems for data entry and administrative processes; ability to multi-task many critical tasks simultaneously; ability to effectively work with diverse team of professional staff; and ability to develop and maintain cooperative relationships with other organizations.
All resumes and transcripts should be sent to Emily Gaydos, firstname.lastname@example.org, before the job closing date of 12 November 2020.