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    This group announcement will fill one position at Ranger Districts listed below:
    Barlow RD, Dufur, Oregon; Central Coast Ranger District-ODNRA, Reedsport, OR; Zigzag RD, Zigzag, OR

    These Fish Biologist positions are responsible for the administration of the fishery habitat and related coordination with other resources.

    For additional information, contact Donni Vogel, Central Coast RD at (541) 563-8416 or Kathryn Arendt, Barlow RD at (541)-352-1217, Greg Wanner, Zigzag RD at (503) 622-2002

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    • The incumbent serves as a fishery biologist in the administration of the fishery habitat and related coordination with other resources.
    • Provides biological input into the fish habitat management program and assists in development of fishery management plans.
    • Ensures compliance with portions of fishery management plans; coordinates limited studies of fishery populations; and prepares a variety of written reports or limited environmental analyses.
    • This includes gathering, compiling, and analyzing data to determine fish habitat needs; determining key spawning, rearing, recommending solutions to special issues or problems involving fishery resources;
    • and determining the need for and designing of fish habitat improvement projects; developing project plans for inclusion in Forest program of work;
    • and studying and recommending solutions to special coordination problems involving fish habitat protection.
    • This includes gathering information for stream and lake management plans, surveys of fish occurrence, mapping key fish habitat for suitability and determining the need for fish habitat enhancement or restoration.
    • Serves as leader of fish habitat improvement projects and habitat inventory and monitoring programs.
    • Responsible for assigned areas of public relation activities, such as speaking at meetings and participation in field trips.
    • Responsible for reporting fish habitat management programs accomplishments.
    • Participates in studies and plans proposed resource management activities, and coordinates and/or implements approved resource management plans such as habitat restoration or enhancement projects.
    • Duties listed are at the full performance level

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Traveling 3 or 4 individual days a month for meetings and training. In addition, a total between 5 and 10 days a year may involve overnight stays.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0482 Fish Biology

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/546139300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.