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Biodiversity Biologist - Government of Alberta - Closing Date April 25th, 2018
Working out of Peace River, the Resource Management Biodiversity Biologist works within the Peace Region Resource Management Section of Operations Division to support the achievement of biodiversity objectives. Reporting to the Regional Resource Management Biodiversity Specialist you will support the Region in achieving the overall strategies and goals of the Land Use Framework Program, specifically the careful management and use of land and maintenance of biodiversity.
Caribou Biologist (2 Positions) - Grande Prairie; Lac La Biche - Government of Alberta - Closing Date April 18th, 2018
Reporting to the Wildlife Recovery Biologist, you will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of the woodland caribou recruitment monitoring program, regional caribou mortality monitoring program, and the caribou predator control program. You will work with Environment and Parks regional staff to organize and deliver woodland caribou field operations, and will work with government personnel in adjacent provincial, territorial and federal jurisdictions on caribou habitat planning and management topics. You will also be responsible for data entry and data management of the regional caribou database and ensuring data is provided for entry into the provincial database.
As Resource Manager within the Upper Peace District (Grande Prairie), you will provide leadership to professionals from a number of functional areas, including fish, wildlife and species at risk, limnology, wetlands management, land management, surface water, ground water, contaminated sites, and air quality.
Senior Wildlife Biologist - Government of Alberta - Peace River - Closing Date May 2nd, 2018
To be successful in this role, you will provide strong professional and operational support, advice and direction to various provincial level tasks, strategies, policies, and processes. You will represent Alberta on related negotiations and plan development with individuals in adjacent provinces and also with the federal government. You are responsible for ensuring the long term sustainability of wildlife populations and their habitats, in particular ensuring all wildlife program interests related to allocation, conservation, and resource management are addressed. This includes representing wildlife interests with the public, with local and regional governments, to industry, and to stakeholder resources planning forums.
Manager Wildlife Research - Government of Nunavut, Igloolik - 20 April 2018
Reporting to the Director of Wildlife, the Manager of Wildlife Research overseas wildlife research and management programs to address Government of Nunavut (GN) responsibilities relating to sustainable use of wildlife under the Wildlife Act and the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NLCA). This position is located in Igloolik, reporting to the Director Wildlife Management based in Iqaluit. The Manager supervises a research program carried out by a team of 19 PY professionals (biologists and technicians). Seasonal employees are also hired to provide additional program support.
Union Status: This position is not included in the Nunavut Employees Union, Salary: $116,454.00 - $132,152.00 per annum, 37.5 hour/week. Northern Allowance: $22,579.00 per annum. Subsidized staff housing available
Assistant/Associate Professor- Camp Fire Conservation Fund Endowed Professorship in Wildlife Conservation - State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF)
4-year PH.D. Assistantship (Summer 2018) - Herbivore Foraging and Movement Ecology - Mississippi State University
PhD Position, Quantitative Population Ecology of Seabirds - School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (SAFS), University of Washington, Seattle
MSc Laurentian University - Moose Ecology - Laurentian University - posted October 16, 2017
2 PhD Opportunities Modeling CWD transmission and spread - University of Alberta, Edmonton AB - posted July 29, 2017
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