Opening for a Wildlife Biologist to support the Environment, Safety & Health Directorate, Water Resources and Environmental Planning Group. You will be responsible for understanding and interpreting the impacts of technical research and facility operations projects on natural resources including rare, threatened and endangered species and their habitats, migratory birds, wetlands, floodplains, and other sensitive areas.
In this role you will - Serve as a primary technical contact and resource to LLNL programs to ensure that programs and projects comply with requirements of the Endangered Species Act (ESA), Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and other applicable natural resource protection and conservation requirements. This will include a combination of field work, pre- and post-project surveys, and document preparation.
Perform activities required to eliminate or reduce invasive and non-native species.
Conduct studies, monitoring programs, and other activities that may involve the capturing and releasing of animals, telemetry studies and observational studies.
Publish results of research and monitoring projects.
Author and prepare articles, posters, and other materials for employee and community awareness and outreach purposes.
Prepare written correspondence to Federal, State, and other regulatory agencies concerning natural resource issues.
Respond to various wildlife concerns and employee-wildlife interaction issues.
Train and oversee contractors and other LLNL staff on natural resource protection and management issues.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Please visit the website for full job description and instructions to apply: https://www.llnl.gov/join-our-team/careers/find-your-job/all/all/3743990000224695
Starts: March 10, 2022 0:00am
Ends: March 31, 2022 0:00am