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As a Wildlife Biologist, you will manage field programs, develop comprehensive reports and provide interpretations and recommendations on significant wildlife issues. This position plays a key role in providing strong professional and operational support, advice, and direction to various provincial level tasks, strategies, policies, and processes. Your in-depth knowledge of resource management will enable you to function as the area-level authority for specific management projects. This position requires knowledge and experience with:
Wildlife data collection techniques, which includes aerial surveys and population, and habitat inventory and monitoring.
Area and regional game species and non-game species including furbearers and species-at-risk.
Hunting and trapping season setting and consulting with stakeholders on allocations and regulation recommendations.
All aspects of resource development, extraction, and mitigation techniques as they affect wildlife, populations, and habitats.
Database management, statistics, modelling and GIS

You will join a team of biologists that shares responsibility for delivery of the wildlife program.  In this role, you must be equally comfortable collaborating with other biologists and exercising a high degree of independence, working toward ensuring the sustainability of wildlife populations and their habitats and addressing all wildlife program interests related to allocation, conservation, and integrated resource management.  Your solid leadership, interpersonal, communication, problem solving, and negotiating skills will serve you well in dealing with other professionals, aboriginal communities, stakeholders, industry, and the public.

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