Under the supervision and guidance of the Invasive Species Team Leader, this position performs routine (journey-level) natural resources work including coordinating the work of a team of biologists, technicians, interns, contractors and external partners engaged in planning, organizing, and coordinating aquatic invasive species management and research statewide. This person will conduct aquatic plant treatments and surveys in the public waters of Texas in close coordination with district fish biologists, river controlling authorities and private contractors. Work will also include special project research; analyzing, evaluating and reporting results; communications to public and scientific audiences, conducting public outreach and assistance on fish habitat improvement projects. A

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