The Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML) has an open Wildlife Biologist Support position at Travis AFB, CA. For full position details and to submit application materials, please visit:
Emailed or mailed applications will not be accepted.
CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.
A Wildlife Biologist position is available with Colorado State University (CSU) and the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML), and will conduct work at Travis Air Force Base, California. This position creates maps, and supports projects listed in the Integrated Natural Resources Management plan such as conducting field surveys, assisting with the preparation of permits and similar documents, contributing to the development of plans, and preparing documents for the public, other employees, and military personnel.
Travis Air Force Base (TAFB) is a United States Air Force Base under the operational control of the Air Mobility Command and is located three miles (5 km) east of the central business district of Fairfield, in Solano County, California, 50 miles northeast of San Francisco and 40 miles southwest of Sacramento. TAFB is situated on approximately 5,137 acres and is midway between the coastal zone and the interior valley of California.
Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications in the announcement to be considered for hire. Apply no later than 11/30/2020 for full consideration at jobs.colostate.edu. Mailed or emailed applications will not be accepted.
Upload each of the items below individually as a Word Document (.doc), PDF (.pdf), or Rich Text Format (.rtf). Please note that incomplete applications cannot be considered. Please remove social security numbers and birth dates from application materials. A complete application consists of:
1) Statement of Qualifications (one-page letter addressing each qualification described in the announcement) uploaded in the ‘Cover Letter’ slot.
3) Transcripts (for each degree earned that is listed under qualifications) uploaded in the ‘Official Transcripts’ or ‘Unofficial Transcripts’ slot.
4) Degree Conferral (copy of diploma if transcripts do not include confirmation that degree was awarded) uploaded in the ‘Other’ slot.
5) References – please include within your application contact information for 3 professional references including at least one supervisor.
References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.
The successful candidate must be legally authorized to work in the United States by proposed start date. CEMML will not provide visa sponsorship for this position.
Must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license by the employment start date. A valid driver’s license must be maintained for continued employment.
A BS/BA in wildlife biology, natural resources management, or closely applied related field with at least three years post degree relevant work experience OR a MA/MS degree in a related field.
Experience with the flora and fauna of northern California or similar areas.
Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, regulations and requirements regarding environmental protections (e.g., Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, NEPA, etc.).
Experience conducting site surveys.
Knowledge of and experience with military Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans.
Experience with GIS.
Experience doing field data collection.
Experience conducting California bird species surveys (sight and hearing).
Experience conducting wildlife surveys.
Ability to write consultation documents that evaluate impacts.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Experience working with/coordination with federal agencies.
Experience with computers, including conventional business software, global positioning systems and ArcGIS software (10.6+).
Experience working on military installations.
Experience writing permits and Endangered Species Act documents (e.g., evaluations to determine if an activity will affect/not affect a federally-listed species).