This senior-level biologist position works under general direction to plan and develop resource management assessments and provide analysis, assessment and interpretation of results which have direct impact on key program decisions. You will prepare, assess, and interpret hatchery fish resource information, which regularly involves both inter-program and coordination with external entities and organizations. This is an opportunity to administer the Future Brood Document for multi-agency hatchery production planning purposes. In this dynamic role you will assess and interpret hatchery data to produce professional reports that are an accurate reflection of hatchery information to meet requirements of the agency. With your experience you will function as statewide staff expert

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