Under the direction of the Project Leader, this position performs routine (journey-level) natural resources work including conducting surveys on freshwater impoundments and rivers, analyzing and interpreting survey data; implementing applied fisheries management activities; planning and conducting management related research; writing technical reports and scientific publications on significant results and findings; organizing and conducting public outreach programs; and working directly with controlling authorities and municipalities. Assists in directing a team of permanent technicians and seasonal workers, interns and volunteers. Assists Project Leader in various administrative duties including purchasing, activity reporting and budget planning. Performs additional duties as ass

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