July 25, 2016 0:00am
Under the supervision of the Senior Environmental Scientist, the incumbent is expected to perform duties associated with the Salton Sea Restoration Program. The incumbent should have a broad understanding of natural resources, conservation and environmental laws. The incumbent must also have the ability to work effectively with the public and local governments to identify and assist in the development of partnerships. The incumbent will assume the role of lead biologist for the Department’s Species Conservation Habitat (SCH) project at the Salton Sea, as well as providing biological input and comments to the State’s Salton Sea Management Program, which includes conducting burrowing owl surveys, conducting threatened and endangered bird surveys, maintaining an open dialogue between the Department and all of its stakeholders and partners, attending Salton Sea meetings as needed, participating in steering committees for the Salton Sea Management Program, and providing sound and logical advice to the Department, its partners and stakeholders.
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