Seabird Biologist Position in Homer Alaska

grant-humphriesGrant RW Humphries
  • 8 Aug '19

Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is hiring one permanent Wildlife Biologist to join its staff in Homer, Alaska.

As a Wildlife Biologist you will be responsible for designing, analyzing, planning, management and implementation of biological programs, or a major segment of the programs, involving natural resources of significant national or international importance.
Responsibilities -Apply knowledge of marine wildlife biology and statistics to help set priorities and develop proposals and study plans for high priority marine birds and other island-dwelling and nearshore marine wildlife.

-Prepares and presents written and verbal briefings on major conservation issues for managers and others. Provides expert advice to resource professionals at the Federal, State and local levels on technical, scientific or policy matters pertaining to ecosystems.

-Plans and coordinates field studies and provides technical oversight of technicians and volunteers.

-Provide long-range resource planning, program direction, coordination and evaluation of wildlife management and related activities for sites within the conservation estate.

-Establishes appropriate databases for data on marine wildlife and habitats.

-For more information on the responsibilities of this position, contact the acting supervisor, Marc Romano at (907) 226-4608

Must be a U.S. citizen to apply. Details and instruction for applying can be found at: