Working under a lead biologist the candidate will perform nuisance wildlife mitigation, including surveys, avian harassment, nest removal, specimen sampling, and occasional depredation for airfield safety. Position may require travel. Must be able to reside within a reasonable distance from the assigned work location. Ideal candidates will be able to work coverages needed to address nuisance issues.
Ideal candidates will have up-beat personalities, dedication, passion for the work, and eagerness to learn. Candidates must be able to work independently, and as part of a team, to accomplish required tasks. Candidates must possess at minimum of 1 year experience performing wildlife hazard mitigation on an airfield or have completed a Wildlife Hazard Assessment under a FAA Qualified Wildlife Biologist. Candidates must possess experience using firearms and trapping wildlife. Experience live-trapping raptors and other avian species is beneficial.
Candidates must be willing to work all tasks, including cleaning, data entry, and client interaction as needed.
Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree in wildlife biology, wildlife management, range management, biology, ecology, zoology or a closely related field.
Strong plant identification experience is preferred but not required.
Candidate Knowledge and Skills:
• Must be able to pass a stringent background check and drug test
• Basic computer skills including; Microsoft office, use of email, and internet
• Strong communication and writing skills
• Be willing to follow through on assignments to their completion
• Must be able to work outdoors and remain on your feet for extended periods
• Full drivers license with clean driving record
• Strong bird identification skills by both sight and sound
Please submit a cover letter, resume and list of three references to Shawn Ferdinand at LoomacresJobs@gmail.com. Please list Wildlife Biologist-Full Time, Spokane, WA in the subject line of the email.
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