Furbearer Biologist position with the Indiana Division of Fish & Wildlife

Location: Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana
Annual Salary: $52,208

Job Description:

The Furbearer Biologist functions at a professional level as a field research/management biologist within the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish and Wildlife, responsible for ensuring the scientific validity of the statewide management of Indiana furbearers. Incumbent coordinates, designs, and conducts scientific investigations that address wildlife ecology and management of furbearing species. In addition, incumbent provides scientific analysis and interpretation of statistically reliable data to develop science-based recommendations for statewide furbearer management and regulations. This position reports directly to the Wildlife Science Supervisor (Natural Science Manager I position).

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