This biologist will perform the following but are not limited to:
- Coordinate the development of species conservation status ranks as part of the General Status Program, a requirement under the Species at Risk Act
- Populate species at risk indicators through analysis of species at risk population data and comparison with recovery targets
- Compile and analyze information on species at risk
- Consolidate existing guidance pertaining to recovery potential assessments
- Participate in annual work planning for species at risk
- Review management plans, action plans, recovery strategies
- Must hold a University Bachelor of Science degree from a recognized institution with specialization in biology or environmental sciences.
- a) A minimum of six (6) months of experience as a Biologist;
b) A minimum of six (6) months of experience in a government species at risk program implementation;
c) Experience in populating species at risk recovery indicators;
d) Experience in reviewing provincial, territorial or federal recovery planning documents for species at risk (recovery strategies, management plans or action plans)
e) Experience in communicating (verbally and in written) with other government department officials on species at risk
f) Experience in briefing senior officials about different aspects of species at risk programming, for example recovery planning issues, program performance indicators
- Minimum of six (6) months of experience in pertaining to Canadian aquatic species at risk
It is important to include all your relevant experience on the resume being submitted and to make sure that your resume reflects and meets the mandatory requirements.
Only those who meet all mandatory experience will be contacted.
Qualified candidates who reside in the National Capital Region, may send their resume to Tanya Trudeau via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 30, 2013