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Fish & Wildlife Biologist 3 (F&WBIO3) - Habitat - Permanent - *00256


Habitat Biologist 
Hydraulic Project Approval 
WDFW Habitat Program 
Mill Creek - Snohomish County - Washington 

This recruitment is essential to maintain operations and fulfill WDFW’s legal obligations: HPA Processing.  

Are you a talented, personable, and compassionate Biologist with strong technical knowledge? 

Do you have effective communication/negotiation skills in regulatory restoration and conservation? 

Do you demonstrate resilience and feel rewarded by influencing sound resource management?  

If so, then join a great team that shares your interests!

(Hydraulic Project Approval Compliance – Photo Credit: Allison Cook)
With that in mind, 
Picture yourself as the Department expert regarding habitat preservation, conservation, restoration and environmental permitting requirements. 
This is an opportunity to be a part of a multi-disciplinary team, conducting habitat enhancements and acquisitions.
With your experience, you be performing project development/management, grant-writing, and can get your boots dirty with fieldwork.
We are seeking a team player with demonstrated talent representing WDFW values of professionalism, accountability, empathy, integrity and respect.