Title: WILDLIFE HABITAT SUPERVISOR II Equivalent or Out-of-Class Salary: $4,312.00 - $5,239.00 Posted: 12/07/2012
Under the Direction of a Senior Environmental Scientist for the Staffed Lands Program, or their designee, this position will be the first line supervisor (Area Manager) for the day to day operations of the Oroville Wildlife Area.
Incumbent is responsible for management of the Oroville Wildlife Area and administrative duties associated with the day to day operations of the area; oversees and directs staff assigned to the area in the maintenance and operations of the various habitats and their associated public use facilities; interacts with the Department of Water Resources, Department of Parks & Recreation and other signatories/partners in the implementation of the FERC 2100 Settlement Agreement and license provisions as it relates to the Area.
This position may be required to work atypical hours and on weekends, respond to public inquiries and emergency situation at all hours of the week (including holidays), work in adverse weather and unstable terrain, participate in overnight travel, and be willing and capable to competently use firearms in accordance with Department’s Policy for Non-Enforcement Personnel to collect specimens, perform euthanasia of sick or injured wildlife animals, and be willing to handle live animals, carcasses, and conduct simple tissue sampling and necropsies. No State housing available.
All eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Will also consider equivalent classifications or Out-of-Class assignment.
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