Description: The Deer Biologist functions at a professional level in the Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish and Wildlife and is responsible for the administration and implementation of all facets of Indiana’s statewide white-tailed deer program. Incumbent designs, coordinates, and conducts scientific investigations to address the population ecology and management of white-tailed deer in Indiana. Incumbent serves as Indiana’s technical representative to local, state, regional, and national resource agencies, working groups, private conservation organizations, and professional societies. Incumbent routinely provides information to the general public, hunters, agency administrators, media, and academic institutions. • Serve as Department and Division expert on white

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