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Received 10/8/2010

Wildlife Specialist

Twin Falls, ID.   Twin Falls Specialist

Received 10/6/2010

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), Wildlife Services (WS), is seeking a qualified individual to serve as an Assistant Coordinator for the National Wildlife Disease Program. The incumbent assists the National Wildlife Disease Coordinator in providing national leadership to WS operations and research in program development, partnership development with other Federal and State agencies, and employee training for conducting programs of wildlife disease surveillance, management, and eradication.

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Job Title: Supervisory Biologist Department: Department Of Agriculture Agency: Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service Sub Agency: Marketing & Regulatory Programs Job Announcement Number: 24WS-2010-0121 SALARY RANGE: $87,815.00 - $134,899.00 /year

SERIES & GRADE: GS-0401-13/14 POSITION INFORMATION: Full-TimePermanent PROMOTION POTENTIAL:
14 DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy - Fort Collins, CO WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: This announcement is open to all United States citizens. (Current and Former Federal employees may also apply with a separate application to Merit Promotion vacancy announcement #6WS-2010-0088). Interested candidates should apply on-line at www.usajobs.gov by 16 August 2010.

Received 6/22/2009

Position: Senior Wildlife Biologist

Where: LGA and EWR airports

Additional Details: >Senior Wildlife Biologist Port Authority Biologist

Received 6/22/2009

Position: Airport Biologist

Where: Greensboro, NC

Additional Details: >Airport Biologist Airport biologist

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