Wildlife Ecologist & Wildlife

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Kootenai Tribe of Idaho – Wildlife Ecologist Responsibilities: The project Manager will assist Wildlife Division Manager with planning, development, and implementation of long-term wildlife habitat restoration, and manage research studies to evaluate and analyze ecologically-based projects in the Kootenai River watershed. Proactively utilize ecological information regarding floodplain/riverine processes and native terrestrial communities in the enhancement and management of fish and wildlife habitats. Knowledge and Skills: Excellent skills in communication (both oral and written), report writing, statistical data analysis, botanical and avian surveys, and aptitude in ArcMap are required. Ability to supervise, coordinate and work collectively with a diverse range of individuals and Kootenai Fish and Wildlife staff. Knowledge and understanding of terrestrial ecology, bird vocalizations, botanical ID, and proficiency with relational databases and statistical software is required. Additionally, an understanding and knowledge of Kootenai Tribal (Ktunaxa) history is a desired attribute. Qualifications: Requires a B.S. degree in natural resource management (or closely related field) and 5 years of related professional experience or a M.S. degree in natural resource management (or closely related field) and 3 year of related professional experience. Must pass drug test, have a valid driver's license and be tribally insurable. Also, position will be required to obtain a valid passport within the 90 day probationary period. Pay/Salary: $24 - $29 per hour DOE, plus competitive benefits Kootenai Tribe of Idaho – Wildlife Biologist Responsibilities: This position will require coordination with the Fish and Wildlife Department managers to assist in project implementation of wildlife habitat restoration of floodplain/riparian processes and functions, mitigate fish and wildlife habitats, ongoing operations and maintenance of the mitigation areas, protect and conserve wildlife on Kootenai Tribe of Idaho ancestral lands. Knowledge and Skills: Implementation of wildlife habitat projects to protect, mitigate, and enhance fish and wildlife habitats on lands within the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho aboriginal territory. Supports the Wildlife Division in wi
Area: Boise ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
Kootenai Tribe of Idaho – Wildlife Ecologist Responsibilities: The project Manager will assist Wildlife Division Manager with planning, development, and implementation of long-term wildlife habitat restoration, and manage research studies to evaluate and analyze ecologically-based projects in the Kootenai River watershed. Proactively utilize ecological information regarding floodplain/riverine processes and native terrestrial communities in the enhancement and management of fish and wildlife habitats. Knowledge and Skills: Excellent skills in communication (both oral and written), report writing, statistical data analysis, botanical and avian surveys, and aptitude in ArcMap are required. Ability to supervise, coordinate and work collectively with a diverse range of individuals and Kootenai Fish and Wildlife staff. Knowledge and understanding of terrestrial ecology, bird vocalizations, botanical ID, and proficiency with relational databases and statistical software is required. Additionally, an understanding and knowledge of Kootenai Tribal (Ktunaxa) history is a desired attribute. Qualifications: Requires a B.S. degree in natural resource management (or closely related field) and 5 years of related professional experience or a M.S. degree in natural resource management (or closely related field) and 3 year of related professional experience. Must pass drug test, have a valid driver's license and be tribally insurable. Also, position will be required to obtain a valid passport within the 90 day probationary period. Pay/Salary: $24 - $29 per hour DOE, plus competitive benefits Kootenai Tribe of Idaho – Wildlife Biologist Responsibilities: This position will require coordination with the Fish and Wildlife Department managers to assist in project implementation of wildlife habitat restoration of floodplain/riparian processes and functions, mitigate fish and wildlife habitats, ongoing operations and maintenance of the mitigation areas, protect and conserve wildlife on Kootenai Tribe of Idaho ancestral lands. Knowledge and Skills: Implementation of wildlife habitat projects to protect, mitigate, and enhance fish and wildlife habitats on lands within the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho aboriginal territory. Supports the Wildlife Division in wi
Area: Boise ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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