FWC seeks a dynamic individual to work at the interface between anglers and aquatic resources to manage, enhance, and promote fishing opportunity in Northwest Florida.  Candidates should possess strong skills and documentable experience in two or more of the following fields:  fisheries science/management, aquatic ecology, natural resources management, research, conservation biology, environmental science, economics, communication, hydrology, aquatic habitat enhancement/restoration, entomology, ichthyology, socioeconomics, public policy, stakeholder engagement, engineering, statistics, modeling, human dimensions, aquaculture, and population dynamics.   RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Maintain and assist in the collection of qualitative and quantitative data of fisheries

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