Wildlife/Elkins Operations/Randolph County  - Under limited supervision, the employee performs biological tasks relating to the Division of Natural Resources participation in the Clean Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act, Endangered Species Act, and other environmental laws and regulations. This position coordinates with industries and regulatory agencies in order to avoid, minimize and/or mitigate unavoidable impacts to biological resources. The employee will administer the scientific collection permit program, lands inquiries program, and database request program. Work involves the application of scientific principles and techniques used in aquatic and terrestrial ecology, laws and regulations and program planning skills. Duties include corre

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