From: Doug Workman <[log in to unmask]>
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Date: Friday, July 24, 2020 at 8:07 AM
To: Jim Schneider <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: FW: Job posting -Aquatic Habitat Temp Biologist CLOSES 8/21/

All See the attached file for an aquatic habitat biologist position.

I would greatly appreciate your assistance in once again distributing this announcement to any interested students or colleagues. Described below is another newly created position within our Aquatic Habitat Program (AHP).  It is an 11-month temporary biologist position (which may be renewed annually with satisfactory performance) that will assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of projects under the umbrella of the AHP (e.g., aquatic habitat, access, cool-water streams, new reservoir technical assistance).  This would be a good opportunity to be involved in a unique program and acquire valuable experience in habitat restoration and fisheries management. This position will be stationed in one of our district offices (Valentine in north central Nebraska) and a fair amount of travel is expected with this position.

If there are any questions about the position, please feel free to contact me.

Mark Porath M.S., F.C.P.
Aquatic Habitat Program Manager
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Lincoln, NE 402-471-5583
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Advertised to Employees and Public

LOCATION                                          TITLE                                              SALARY
Valentine,                           Temporary Fish & Wildlife Biologist I                     $19.293/hour
Nebraska                            Aquatic Habitat-Fisheries Division                 Position #60014353


JOB DUTIES:  Conduct field work under the direction of the Aquatic Habitat Program Manager deploying and retrieving scientific sampling gear, recording site information, and entering data.  Assist with the development, design and implementation of aquatic habitat and angler access enhancement projects.  Interact and inform the public and private landowners on aquatic habitat best management practices.  Submit equipment requests, repair and maintain sampling gear, boats and trucks.  Import and summarize downloaded water quality data and create required reporting.  Responsible for writing subsections of annual report and project proposals.  Attend project meetings and training.  Perform related duties as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:  Knowledge of fisheries management techniques and conservation regulations as they relate to fisheries management.  Working knowledge of Word, Excel, Access, or equivalent and PowerPoint.  General knowledge of and ability to operate, maintain and repair fisheries equipment and motor vehicles.  Ability to communicate effectively (both written and oral), maintain records, organize and assemble data, create work schedules, operate and move about in powered boats, seine and lift a 40-pound bucket waist high.

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor’s degree in biology, ecology, fish or wildlife management or closely related field science or equivalent experience.  Driver’s license required.

TO APPLY:  Apply on line at<;!!HXCxUKc!hq7iveK4lDhSf3sUs4VVEXxJwkmFdgZF4XDv67NyprsVVhb_33jL0P4V17SNfPRawQ$>. Applications must be entered on or before the application deadline to be considered.


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