$45.05-$64.59 Hourly / $3,603.72-$5,166.63 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection this class is accountable for overseeing major, complex and/or specialized natural resources programs, grants and/or projects as well as acting as a technical advisor to field/staff.
Eight (8) years of technical experience in fisheries, forestry or wildlife management.
Fisheries management is defined as work requiring a knowledge of scientific fields such as ichthyology, fishery biology, fish population dynamics, ecology, limnology, fish taxonomy, fishery statistics, aquatic entomology and aquatic psychology.
Forest management is defined as work requiring a knowledge of scientific fields such as dendrology, silvics and silviculture, engineering, forest economics, forest influences and forest pathology, urban forestry, entomology and application of their principles to productions of goods and services.
Wildlife management is defined as work requiring knowledge of scientific fields such as wildlife biology, zoology, entomology, ornithology, mammalogy, dendrology, wildlife ecology, wildlife taxonomy and statistics.