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77000142-51180889-20091223154109 -- FISHERIES
Agency: FWC - Fish&Wildlife Cons Comm
FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST III
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS - Level 3
Pay Grade/Pay Band:
Annual Salary Range:
$33,377.24 - $91,076.44
JOB FAMILY: LIFE, PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
OCCUPATIONAL GROUP: LIFE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
OCCUPATION: FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
INTERNAL OPPORTUNITY ONLY
PENDING LOCATION CHANGE
PENDING SUPERVISOR CHANGE
Position number: 77000142
Advertisement Date: ASAP (internal opportunity only)
Address and telephone number: Northeast Regional Office, 1239 SW 10th
Street, Ocala, FL, 34471
Supervisor: Brad Gruver (pending change in supervisor)
Description of duties:
Serves as the statewide snail kite coordinator and is responsible for
coordinating snail kite management and conservation activities within the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and with entities
external to the FWC. Duties include developing and coordinating management
and conservation actions for snail kites; providing snail kite expertise;
identifying snail kite research needs; disseminating research findings
within FWC; developing, coordinating, and/or implementing management
actions, outreach and communication products, study designs, and monitoring
programs; representing FWC at meetings and conferences; developing and
maintaining effective communications between units within the FWC; acting as
a liaison and building effective partnerships with oth! er agencies and
private institutions to accomplish management objectives. Works directly
with FWC's Aquatic Habitat Management and Invasive Plant Management Sections
to coordinate snail kite management with aquatic habitat management.
Produces manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications and in-house reports as
appropriate and obtains grant funding as appropriate. Provides other
technical biological services related to protected species. Duties include
reviewing and editing protected species documents, including conservation
and management plans, biological status reports, and listing-related
documents; and providing technical assistance on protected species to other
entities in the agency, other agencies and organizations, and the public.
Perform various administrative tasks associated with agency operations.
Duties include preparing and reviewing itineraries, travel vouchers,
purchasing forms, vehicle operation reports, and other routine
administrative reports, and oth! er tasks as assigned.
Broadband code: 19-1023-04 (pending reclassification)
Class code: 5075 (pending reclassification)
Region: Northeast (5)
Title: Fisheries & Wildlife Biological Scientist IV (pending
County: Marion (pending change in location)
Working hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm - work hours may vary
List of any subordinates supervised: None
Level of Education-. B.S.: M.S. in wildlife management\ecology,
environmental science, biology, or natural resources.
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION OR REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
FWC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Employer. If you require
an accommodation to participate in the application / selection process,
please contact the hiring authority in advance.
Veterans' preference will be given to eligible veterans and their spouses
in accordance with Chapter 295 of the Florida Statutes. Notification to the
hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide
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