The Environmental Monitoring Biologist is a full-time, 40 hours per week, position reporting directly to the Senior Shellfish Biologist but primarily working with the Marine Ecologist and Environmental Specialist. The Environmental Monitoring Biologist will work on development and implementation of field and laboratory-related activities associated with water property monitoring, the sustainability of fisheries, first foods, and coastal habitat ecology. The Environmental Monitoring Biologist will also assist with Fisheries Department related tasks such as clam, green crab, and boat-based fishery surveys. Salary range sta

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