The US Fish and Wildlife Service is embarking on a national inventory and monitoring program (I&M) for Refuges. The initiative is akin to that conducted by the National Park Service. They will be aligned closely, as USFWS will have a national office for I&M at Fort
Collins, CO (10 positions to be hired there, likely this year, with a
suite of skills (vegetation mapping, hydrology, GIS, biometrics etc.).
Each USFWS Region is hiring an I&M coordinator at a GS13 level. Many of these duties are standard across Regions, but each Region is tweaking the position somewhat, in order for the incumbent to provide important skill sets that a Region is currently lacking. Here in the southwest, we seek an I&M Coordinator, certainly with demonstrated skill in designing I&M protocols, but also having strengths in
statistics and biometrics.
This position is open government and non-government wide.
The following position is now open through the USAJobs website,
please click on the link below to view/print the full vacancy announcement: