Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Education including insect taxonomy, entomology, biology and ecology is required.  A strong background in the natural history of a variety of animal taxa (vertebrates and invertebrates) preferred.  Knowledge of wildlife and habitat conservation practices is preferred. Familiarity with Google Workspace and ARCMap is required. Familiarity with West Virginia Natural Resource laws and regulations is preferred. Demonstrated experience with survey and monitoring methodologies for invertebrates is preferred.  Demonstrated experience developing and presenting scientific information in programs for citizen groups, agency personnel, people in various industries, and to professional and technical groups is essential. Knowledge of invasive

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