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USFWS Biological Science Technician - Honolulu, Oʻahu

Annoucement #: R1-18-10293215-SY-DE

Control #: 508960300

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GS 7

$42,462 to $55,199 per year

Incumbent works for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Islands Marine National Monument, located in Honolulu, Hawai'i. The Monument represents one of the last frontiers and havens for wildlife in the world, and comprise the most widespread collection of coral reef, seabird, and shorebird protected areas on the planet under a single nation's jurisdiction.

  • Assists in planning multifaceted wildlife studies by contributing ideas, determining research methods, establishing practical procedures for accomplishing and reporting the work and determining other needs, such as costs, equipment and personnel.
  • Monitors and assists in control of wildlife, plant disease outbreaks, pest plant control, mowing/seeding activities and vegetation removal.
  • Captures, applies visual and radio tags, and gathers physiological and spatial data on wildlife.
  • Monitors elements of the physical environment, such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed, and humidity.
  • Develops databases and analyzes data using standard statistical methods and procedures in preparation of wildlife reports.
  • Operates farm tractors, light trucks, vehicles, small water craft and various other equipment such as generators, radios, radio tracking equipment, water monitoring equipment, global positioning systems and cameras.
  • Attends meetings with landowners, sports groups and local units of government.


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