About the Position: This position serves an Interdisciplinary in the Conservation Branch with Army Environmental Command at Fort Sam Houston, TX.Learn more about this agency
This position is an Interdisciplinary position which may be filled under any of the following titles and occupational series, depending on the qualifications of the applicant and the needs of the agency:
GS-0486 Wildlife Biologist
- Integrate and oversee the US Army Environmental Command's (USAEC) efforts on natural resource management, ecosystem management, wildlife management, and threatened and endangered species.
- Provide technical assistance to planning engineers and scientists concerning ecological integrity in the development of specific projects to assure comprehensive environmental considerations as they relate to the military mission.
- Analyze and evaluate field data needed to prepare reports concerning the Sikes Act, Endangered Species Act, 10 USC 2684a and 10 USC 2694a, and other related land use laws.
- Conduct Community of Practice activities including quarterly meetings, review of new regulations and designations, development of plans and standard operating procedures; and provides updates to the information repository.
- Review technical reports submitted by Federal fish and wildlife agencies and environmental protection agencies covering the effects of proposed projects.
- Contributes wholly or in part to the development of environmental analysis documents in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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