Fisheries Jobs

Regional Biologist - South Atlantic: Florida South Carolina 8/5/2019 +

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Organization:Ducks Unlimited, Inc.

Location:To be determined., South Carolina

Job Description:

The Southern Region of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. (DU) is seeking an experienced biologist to join our South Atlantic Conservation Team. We seek a highly-motivated, self-starting, collaborative individual to work as a key member of a team of biologists, engineers and land protection professionals that are based out of Hanahan, South Carolina. The successful applicant will assist with implementing conservation projects on private and public lands and will have a primary focus on implementing and increasing project delivery in Florida. The responsibility of the position will primarily be the protection, enhancement and restoration of wetlands and associated habitats important to waterfowl and other wetland dependent wildlife species.

This position location will be determined based on the candidate selection.  The position will report to the Director of Conservation Programs in the DU South Atlantic Office in Hanahan, South Carolina.

Required Education:

Candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in a natural resources field; an advanced degree is desired.

Required Experience:

Applicants must have at least five years of relevant experience and have a strong knowledge of biological principles and practices. Field experience with waterfowl and other wetland dependent birds, as well as wetland ecology and management (moist-soil, coastal marsh, forested wetlands) is a primary consideration for this position. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required. Proven proposal/grant writing skills and project management capabilities are necessary. Familiarity with the region's biological resources, local and regional environmental issues, and private and public stakeholders is beneficial. Applicants should be knowledgeable about state and federal wetland conservation programs, policies, and laws/regulations. Examples include (but are not limited to) the North American Wetlands Conservation Act, National Coastal Wetlands Grants, Restore Act, National Environmental Policy Act, National Historic Preservation Act and Clean Water Act.


The ideal candidate will be a self-starter adept at identifying opportunities focused on enhancement, restoration, acquisition and protection of wetlands and associated habitats to fulfill DU's conservation objectives within the South Atlantic. The incumbent biologist will be responsible for project development and management. Project development duties include identifying potential projects, developing/maintaining relationships with public and private partners, and obtaining funding from a wide variety of sources for project work. This also includes writing and submitting proposals to various agencies, foundations and other funding sources to secure project funds. Project management responsibilities include development of agreements, project accounting, planning, permitting, implementation and reporting in collaboration and coordination with agency partners and other stakeholder groups, DU biological and engineering staff, consultants and regulatory agencies to ensure timely and on-budget delivery of projects. He/she must also assist with fundraising and outreach events, represent DU at wetland conservation venues, and help with other conservation activities. He/she would be required to establish and maintain relationships with key DU volunteers and fundraising staff and provide DU management with timely communication on project work/issues. Finally, he/she would assist communication staff with developing information to educate and promote DU's wetland conservation efforts. Working hours for this position is a balance of office and field work and the approximate allocation of time is dependent on scheduling, seasonal priorities and other factors.


Commensurate with education and experience.

Apply By:8/30/2019



Please visit our website at to submit an application, resume, references and cover letter indicating your qualifications and why you are interested in the position.  For more information, please contact James Rader, Director of Conservation Programs, 843-261-5751 or

It is the policy of Ducks Unlimited, Inc. to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 or over), disability (physical, mental or visual), genetic information, marital status (including registered domestic partnership status), military and veteran status, immigration status, or any other category protected by federal, state or local law.


Posted By: Maribeth Lane

Research Economist California 7/31/2019 +

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Organization:USDA Forest Service

Job Description:

The USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station (PSW) is seeking a candidate for Research Economist, GS-0110-12/13. This is a permanent, full time position. The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to inform prospective applicants of this upcoming opportunity.

Brief description of duties associated with this position
The incumbent will be a scientist in the Urban Ecosystem and Social Dynamics (UESD) Program. The UESD program of research is national in scope, with documented extensions to international applications. Three problem areas are addressed: (1) Realize an abundant and sustainable supply of ecosystems by examining the relationships among human uses, human values, ecosystem services, and management; (2) Investigate how to reconnect humans and nature considering the roles of changing demographics, cultures, urbanization, socio-economics, and technology on use and sustainability of natural resources; and (3) Manage ecosystems to better reflect the desires of the American people by determining the impacts of public policies on ecological and social patterns and processes. The goal for research in these areas is to better understand the interconnections among ecosystems, people and social institutions in ways that will inform policy and improve management of forests and other natural resources. The incumbent will conduct research across all three problem areas. An individual who has completed a graduate degree in economics or a similar field will be a good fit for this opportunity.

The incumbent will focus research on contemporary natural resource issues including vegetation management activities, water resources, forest disturbances, and recreation. To address such topical areas, it is anticipated that the scientist will have knowledge, skills, and abilities in econometrics, microeconomic theory, forest economics theory, natural resource and environmental economics, production economics, valuation methods, spatial statistics, Monte Carlo simulation methods, GIS, and programming in R/Stata/SAS. The incumbent individually plans and conducts complex analyses, and collaborates with other scientists in designing, integrating, and conducting larger, complex multi- and transdisciplinary studies undertaken by the agency and collaborators which require expertise in economic aspects of ecosystem services and natural resources management.

The incumbent has primary responsibility for evaluating data, conducting analyses, determining significance of findings, and formulating conclusions. Findings are reported out by the scientist alone or with co-authors as prepared talks at scientific and professional meetings, webinars, workshops and training sessions and in written form through proceedings papers, book chapters, reports, station publications, and peer reviewed journals. Consultations and technology transfer of findings to facilitate application of findings and improved understanding are also part of the assignment.

About PSW
PSW is one of several research stations in the research and development (R&D) arm of the Forest Service, a component of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and works at the forefront of science to improve the health and use of our Nation's forests and grasslands. The work has a steady focus on informing policy and land-management decisions, whether it addresses invasive plants and insects, degraded river ecosystems, or sustainable ways to harvest forest products. Our researchers work independently and with a range of partners, including other agencies, academia, nonprofit groups, and industry. The information and technology produced through basic and applied science programs is available to the public for its benefit and use.

Community and Surrounding Area
The following duty locations are being considered for this position:
Davis, CA
Davis is noted for its small town atmosphere, and an emphasis on parks and open spaces. It is about 20 miles West of Sacramento, the state capital of California. The Davis Farmers Market is held year-round on Wednesdays and Saturdays in Central Park. It is a unique shopping experience. In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables sold by local farmers, often organic, attendees can find gourmet foods, live entertainment, specialty products, and arts and crafts. Known as an environmentally aware and socially innovative city, Davis boasts more than 50 miles of bicycle paths and more bicycles per capita than any other city in the nation. There are 31 parks and 453 acres of improved developed landscape owned and maintained by the city. More information is available at

Riverside, CA
Riverside is a city in the Inland Empire and is located in southern California. It is known for many parks, museums, historical sites of interest, entertainment options, shopping, dining, and recreation settings. The city is in close proximity to three southern California National Forests. Within a few hour’s drive of the city you can arrive at beaches, mountains, or desert locations.

How to apply: The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to determine the potential applicant pool for this position and to establish the appropriate recruitment method and area of consideration for the advertisement. If you are interested in applying for this position, contact Kevin Rincon at by close of business on August 21, 2019.

Apply By:8/21/2019

Posted By: KBrasher

Product Support Specialist Mississippi 7/17/2019 +

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Location:Jackson, Mississippi

Job Description:

The Product Support Specialist will handle a variety of responsibilities for Forestry Suppliers, including:

- Assisting customers with product selection and product support and usage training

- Customer support related to activities on website

- Attend conventions/trade shows

- Provide input regarding the selection of new products

- Assisting in the production and proofing of marketing materials

- Support other departments with product support knowledge: Special Orders, Customer Service, Telephone Sales, Counter Sales, Creative, Receiving, Internet

We are seeking an applicant who exhibits:

- Integrity of the highest degree

- A utility player mentality who is enthusiastic about learning new skills and generating innovative solutions to solve work challenges and identify opportunities

- A confident, friendly, positive attitude that shows everything you do as a welcome opportunity to learn more about Forestry Suppliers, Inc.

- An ability to treat confidential material appropriately

- Ability to learn quickly and prioritize effectively

- Excellent communication skills; ability to communicate clearly and effectively

Required Education:

Natural resource-related bachelor’s degree and work experience

Required Experience:

Any work experience related to your chosen field is a plus.


- Natural resource-related bachelor’s degree and work experience

- Excellent verbal, personal and computer skills

- Ability to work with a group

- Self-starter and capable of working well alone

- Excellent driving record

- Excellent office and clerical skills, including experience with Microsoft Office software


Based on experience.

Apply By:8/31/2019



Forestry Suppliers, Inc. 

205 West Rankin Street

Jackson, MS 39201

Posted By: Deborah Barlow