Reporting to the Manager, Wildlife Research, the Wildlife Biologist II is responsible for all wildlife research programs for the Department of Environment in the Kitikmeot region, the Wildlife Biologist II may also work on projects in other regions or in jurisdictions that share Nunavut populations, and with other biologists as directed by the Manager of Wildlife Research. The Wildlife Biologist II position manages the overall budget, prepares project proposals, as well as provides training and supervision for a wildlife technician, student(s), and a trainee. The position creates and sustains partnerships primarily with co-management partners, other scientific bodies, and researchers to establish cooperation in research and co-management of Nunavut’s wildlife. The Wildlife Biologist I

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