This position coordinates the planning and implementation of the Hunting Access Program (HAP) on private lands in southern Lower Michigan. Responsibilities include planning, implementation and monitoring of HAP leases. In addition, this position is responsible for developing program priorities and guidelines, and coordinating contracts with the Michigan Department of Agriculture (MDA) and local conservation districts for field support of program delivery. This position is also responsible for developing methods of expanding outreach efforts, tracking and monitoring program results and annual reports of program accomplishments.
Required Education and Experience:
Possession of a bachelor's degree in the wildlife biological sciences with at least 24 semester (36 term) credits in the areas of entomology, mammalogy, ornithology, wildlife management, or zoology.
Wildlife Biologist 9
No specific type or amount is required.
Wildlife Biologist 10
One year of professional experience carrying out wildlife biology assignments equivalent to a Wildlife Biologist 9.
Wildlife Biologist P11
Two years of professional experience carrying out wildlife biology assignments equivalent to a Wildlife Biologist, including one year equivalent to a Wildlife Biologist 10.
Additional Requirements and Information:
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Recruitment for this vacancy is initially limited to current state employees or former state employees on lay-off status; if no acceptable candidates are identified as a result of this initial effort, recruitment will be broadened to include all applicants.
Applications must include a cover letter to receive further consideration for this position.
Please note that this is a limited term position with an approximate expiration date of February 16, 2012.
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