San Diego Management & Monitoring Program


Job Opportunity - Wildlife Biologist (Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton)

January 12, 2021 0:00am to January 19, 2021 0:00am

Wildlife biologist position with USMC. This position is the lead for management of Pacific pocket mouse, CA gnatcatcher, and Stephens’ kangaroo rat on Camp Pendleton. You will serve as a Wildlife Biologist in the Wildlife Management Branch for the Assistant Chief of Staff, Environmental Security of MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Supervisory Wildlife Biologist with wildlife and fisheries management, applying a broad range of wildlife conversation principles and techniques to managing populations of federal and state listed species and their habitats.

  • Assure implementation of and compliance with federal, state, and Department of Defense natural resource regulations, directives, policies, and procedures for the Base.

  • Interpret environmental laws with regard to training, construction, and facilities maintenance projects in compliance with applicable federal legislation and national programs for protection of natural resources.

  • Coordinate with conservation agencies, biological consultants, universities and private researchers to plan, develop and implement wildlife/fisheries populations and habitat management studies, surveys and improvement projects.

  • Serve as a technical expert on wildlife and fisheries matters.

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