Under supervision of the Senior Environmental Scientist Supervisor, the incumbent will serve as an Environmental Scientist and team member on the Aquaculture and Bay Management Project. Incumbent will assist with environmental research and data analyses necessary to manage, enhance, and restore California’s bay and estuary fish and wildlife populations and the habitats upon which they depend. In addition, incumbent will evaluate the effects of marine aquaculture on water quality, bay habitat, and other marine and estuarine environmental conditions and organisms. Other duties include, assisting project staff with preparation and review of environmental and regulatory documents, conducting environmental analysis and permit evaluation, and development of mitigation measures associated with proposed marine aquaculture projects, bay and estuary development, and marine habitat enhancement programs. Good analytical, interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills are highly desirable. Incumbent must be willing and able to conduct bay and estuary field work during harsh winter weather conditions.
Please list MR13-021 on your application under Job Title(s) for which you are applying. Open to all candidates eligible for appointment.
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