San Diego Management & Monitoring Program


Job Opportunity- Environmental Biologist II (City of San Diego)

September 22, 2017 0:00am to October 02, 2017 17:00pm

Environmental Biologist II positions perform complex environmental analysis; responsible for acting as a resource for environmental staff and providing consistency in analyzing potential impacts to sensitive biological resources resulting from private development and public works projects; review construction drawings, grading plans, project specifications and biological mitigation measures identified in environmental documents and approved project/permit conditions under supervision from senior staff; implement biological mitigation measures during and after project construction; perform natural resources surveys in the field (e.g. habitat, plants, animals); manage and analyze scientific data; create data summary reports; interpret City regulations relating to biological resources, such as the Land Development Code Biology Guidelines, the Multiple Species Conservation Program and the Environmentally Sensitive Lands Regulations; develop and participate in biological resource training sessions for staff; prepare reports and correspondence; perform native plant propagation; supervise bird air strike hazard programs; and perform other duties as assigned.

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