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Fisheries Tech 3 Georgia DNR WRD Go Fish Education Center (Perry, GA) Under general supervision, this position serves as assistant hatchery manager at the Go Fish Education Center; completes all phases of warm-water fish culture for recirculation systems and ponds at this facility; provides education support within and beyond the education center; assists in the operation and maintenance of large aquarium exhibits and their life support systems. Work will include some weekend and holiday hours. Closing date 8/6
Georgia Aquarium Aquarist II Our Aquarist II will work with a diverse team of other Aquarists in the implementation and evaluation of husbandry for an exhibit gallery and will be responsible for implementing the daily operational requirements of a specific gallery. In addition, Aquarist IIs will work with the gallery team in achieving goals and participating in staff education, training, and safety plan, as well as meeting personal and team goals and objectives.
Biological Science Technician U.S. Forest Service This position is located within a National Forest. The primary purpose of this position is to serve as a technical assistant responsible for the collection, organization and analysis of fish habitat data on a National Forest. Closing date 7/9
Fisheries and Wildlife Biologist IV (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) The Wildlife Impact Management Section of the FWC’s Division of Habitat and Species Conservation (HSC) is seeking an energetic and motivated candidate to serve as the section’s Fish and Wildlife Rules and Risk Assessment Coordinator. The mission of the Wildlife Impact Management Section is to minimize adverse impacts of fish and wildlife on Florida’s environment, economy, and human health and safety. The incumbent will be primarily responsible for oversight of risk assessment for nonnative fish and wildlife and mitigation aspects of the Nonnative Fish and Wildlife Program including implementing a risk assessment process for species of interest, implementing risk mitigation measures, rule development and revision. This position also oversees two OPS Nonnative Fish and Wildlife Permitting Specialists and the permitting program for nonnative fish and wildlife species. This position will have the opportunity to work on challenging nonnative species policies as part of a team. Closing date: 7/25
Wildlife Specialist I (Arizona Game and Fish) “Silver Creek Hatchery Fish Culturist” This position will be responsible for performing entry level fish hatchery work which includes feeding and caring for live fish. Responsibilities include interpreting feed charts, learning how to treat with therapeutic chemicals, performing general hatchery work such as cleaning rearing units, adjusting water flows, cleaning ponds, identifying fish pathogens and diseases and removing and examining dead fish. Closing date: 7/25
Entry to Mid-Level Freshwater Ecologist/Scientist (Coventry, CT; Glastonbury, CT) Ecosystem Consulting Service, Inc. (ECS), A Division of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. (GZA) is currently seeking an Entry to Mid-Level Freshwater Ecologist/Scientist to join our team. The successful candidate must have a solid educational background and be self-motivated with a professional attitude. They will join our team of water and ecology practitioners that work on a variety of projects including lake, pond and reservoir studies, permitting, in-water remedial systems, and field monitoring. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of qualified senior staff. Between field projects, you will work in an office setting, preparing detailed and accurate field documentation, data analysis and reporting.