About the Position: This is a Biologist, GS-0401-12 position located in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District, Operations Division, Regulatory Branch, Surveillance/Enforcement Section located in Philadelphia, PALearn more about this agency
This is a reannouncement. Applicants who applied to the previous announcement NEGA204031445988, must reapply to this announcement for further consideration.
- As a Biologist, you will:
- Maintain a professional knowledge of the principles of biology and other physical and natural sciences (such as ecology, botany, limnology, soil science, geology, geomorphology, hydrology, chemistry, archaeology, engineering, and economics).
- Review the file record and evaluates permit conditions, project plans, specifications, site location maps/drawings, and aerial imagery.
- Interview applicants/violators and/or their agents, and coordinates with other interested Federal, state and local regulatory agencies to gather information concerning the circumstances leading to the performance of non-compliance work.
- Perform permit compliance investigations of both Corps of Engineers issued Federal permits and State issued Federal permits (i.e., State Programmatic General Permits).
- Evaluate off-site resources, including aerial photography/imagery, surveys, and plans to identify the location, extent, and timing of regulated work.
- Execute detailed investigations, prioritizing on-going work, work that warrants special attention due to environmental and/or timing urgency, and violations having high public visibility or are contentious.
- Perform surveillance of assigned regional areas, i.e., by car, fixed-wing aircraft, helicopter, boat, and evaluation of aerial imagery.
- Seek resolution of noncompliance violations in accordance with the above noted laws, regulations, and policies.
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