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Wildlife Biologist - Fort Huachuca - 85670

Local Staffing
Fry, Arizona, US
Closing date
Nov 26, 2021

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Informatics / GIS
Human-Wildlife Conflict
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time
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Your Impact:
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Jacobs team supporting the Fort Huachuca training mission. In this role you will support the customer in providing natural resource management to the Fort Huachuca training environment to maintain the integrity of the natural landscape and minimize wildlife interference within the training environments; provide assistance to the customer biologists in conducting, developing, and reviewing natural resource projects and reports for affected training environments; answer calls, on a rotating basis, in reponse to wildlife incursions within the training environments during normal business hours and occassionally after business hours or during weekends and holidays; and provide support to the Natural Resources Management Program for threatened and endangered species (TES) and Sikes Act including invasive flora and fauna management, game mangement, human-wildlife conflicts, habitat management, surveys, and field data analysis and management.

Here's What You'll Need:
- Minimum Bachelor's degree, Masters preferred, in conservation biology, wildlife biology, biology, or other natural resources.
- Minimum 2 years of demonstrable experience, skills and expertise in biological field methods, including GPS use; professional technical report writing skills; and computer data, word processing, and geospatial software, specifically MS Office, ArcGIS, and a willingness and skill in learning new programs that may be required inthe filment of this position.
- Must be able to operate in physically and environmentally challenging conditions: exposure to hot conditions (over 90 degrees), exposure to cold conditions (below 32 degrees), exposure to wet and/or humid conditions, required to walk for distances in rugged, mountainous terrain.
- Must be able to work flexible hours during normal business hours and occassionally after business hours or during weekends and holidays;. A flex schedule, with compensatory time, is required to meet the regulatory surveys.
- Must possess competency, required training and certification to conduct monitoring and surveys of candidate and threatened and endangered species (TES) managed in the training environments.
- Must be current on rabies and other vaccinations.
- Must have working knowledge of relevant natural resource laws and regulations.

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