[Ocees] FW: FWS Jobs

Roosenburg, Willem roosenbu at ohio.edu
Thu May 10 07:40:45 EDT 2018

Please see job announcement and potential for OCEES students from Miles below.

Willem M Roosenburg

From: Donald Miles [mailto:urosaurus at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2018 5:53 PM
To: Roosenburg, Willem <roosenbu at ohio.edu>; White, Matthew <whitem at ohio.edu>; Moody, Scott <moody at ohio.edu>
Subject: FWS Jobs


Will you send this announcement to the Wildlife Majors?


Work for Wildlife!
Do you have a passion for environmental conservation? Do you have a degree in the field of biology focusing on wildlife management, fisheries or ecology? We’re looking for recent graduates to join our team of biologists!

More than 40 positions will be filled at multiple duty locations across the Pacific West Coast and the Pacific Islands. The application period is anticipated to open on May 17, 2018and close May 31, 2018.

Fish and Wildlife Biologist (Ecological Services) GS-0401-7/9
As a Fish and Wildlife Biologist, you’ll focus on endangered species and work closely with other groups (Federal, state, tribal, commercial industry, surrounding landowners, etc.) to conduct environmental impact assessments, process permits, develop fish and wildlife management plans, and ensure the preservation, protection and enhancement of native fish and wildlife and their habitats.
Job Announcement # R8-18-10201322-KL-DE (duty locations in CA and NV)
Job Announcement # R1-18-10200956-RR-DE (duty locations in HI, ID, OR, WA and Guam)

Fish Biologist (Fish and Aquatic Conservation) GS-0482-7/9
As a Fish Biologist, you’ll work at a fish hatchery or in the field to develop hatchery or fishery management plans for species needing conservation; conduct ecological studies on factors such as population distribution, abundance and survival rates to understand the current situation; and develop recommendations for restoration and management. You’ll handle fish, large amounts of data, apply biometric principles, report on progress and formulate recommendations that guide future programs and influence improvements in hatchery or management of fish health practices.

Job Announcement # R8-18-10201635-KL-DE (locations in CA and NV)
Job Announcement # R1-18-10203041-RR-DE (locations in HI, ID, OR, WA and Guam)

Click here<https://www.fws.gov/cno/work-for-wildlife.pdf> for more information about these positions, and click here<https://www.fws.gov/cno/tips-applying-for-federal-jobs_050318.pdf> for tips on applying through USAJOBS. Sign up to get more information on webinars on how to apply by clicking here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc8iu9X8i-4ty66tl3Csv4SrtDNb6OwuZAPDA7dwhrrWWe0-A/viewform>.

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