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Subject: Vermont Fisheries Biologist Position Announcement
From: eric palmer <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 6 Dec 1996 11:29:27 EST

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My apologies for cross-postings.

Please direct inquirys to the VT Department of Personnel at the
phone or addresses (U.S.P.S. or e-mail)  listed below.  Reference
"title code 320400."

 Job Announcement


 District Fish Biologist
 Pittsford District Office
 Title Code:  320400

Qualified persons interested in the above position should forward a
completed current application and associated supporting documents to
the State Department of Personnel, 110 State Street, Drawer 20,
Montpelier, VT  05620-3001; (802) 828-3483. TTY relay service for
persons with hearing impairments (800) 253-0191. Application forms may
be obtained from the Department of Personnel by calling, writing or
sending an e-mail ([log in to unmask]).

Applications must be received on or before January 27, 1997.

STARTING SALARY:  $521.20 Weekly

STATUS:   Permanent Full-Time

SUPERVISOR:  Tim Hess, Fisheries Division Director (802-241-3117;
[log in to unmask])

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:  Coordinates and conducts fisheries
management and research projects in an assigned district for the
Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife.  Trains and supervises Fish
and Wildlife Technicians, and secretaries.  Hires, trains and
supervises temporary and contractual employees.  Reports to the
Fisheries Division Director.

Designs, implements and evaluates fisheries resource management
plans and projects.  Conducts scientific studies of fish populations,
aquatic ecosystems, fisheries management options, angler activities
and public attitudes.  Reviews proposed development projects for their
effects on fish and aquatic habitats and participates in various
regulatory processes.  Develops and recommends fishing regulations and
legislation.  Prepares scientific reports on surveys, studies or
projects.  Provides technical assistance on fishery/aquatic biology
matters to federal, state, local and private groups and individuals.
Evaluates, recommends and implements fish stocking policies.  Serves
on technical committees concerning fishery and habitat related issues.

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS:  Duties are performed largely in a field
setting and may require traversing rough terrain and bodies of
water. Exposure to all Vermont weather conditions is involved.
Duties may require evening, weekend and other irregular hours.  Good
physical health and stamina are necessary to the effective discharge
of duties. Exposure to physical harm or injury is possible, although
not a constant threat.  Appearances before a variety of publics at
meetings, hearings, and seminars can be anticipated.  Strong
adversarial opinions may be encountered at some gatherings.


Education:  Bachelor's degree with a major in fisheries
management/science or related biological or zoological field.

Experience:  Two years at or above a technical level in a fisheries
management program.

Special Notes:  Graduate work in fisheries management/science may be
substituted for the required experience on a semester for six month


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