Fish Biologist at the Department of the Interior US Fish and Wildlife Service

Closing date: 27 August 2018

This position is part of the Kenai Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office. As a Fish Biologist you will be responsible for implementing the Federal Subsistence Management Program in Southcentral and Western Alaska building trust with local communities and sovereign tribal governments while supporting sustainable use of fishery resources.


  • Develop and review comprehensive fishery management plans and coordinates with other fishery programs that effect biological resources.
  • Maintain a high level of technical skill and knowledge necessary to ensure that recommendations for the hatchery/station/center biological program are consistent with current published literature and other professionally endorsed practices.
  • Prepare reports on progress and completion of activities and formulate recommendations that guide future programs and influences the improvements in hatchery/management/fish health practices.
  • Respond to written, telephone, and in-person inquiries from the public and news media, obtaining and providing requested information within established guidelines of the office and in conformance with Service and Department policy.
  • For more information about this position, contact the supervisor, Jeffry Anderson, at (907) 260-0132

For more information about this role, please visit this link.

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