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Fwd: biometrician position with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game

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From: Andrew Cooper <andrew_cooper@sfu.ca>
Date: Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 8:47 PM
Subject: Fwd: biometrician position with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game


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From: Parrett, Lincoln S (DFG) <lincoln.parrett@alaska.gov>
Date: Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 10:30 AM
Subject: biometrician position with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game

You are receiving this email because you or someone you know might be interested and well qualified for the position being advertised below.  Please feel free to forward this message.



Are you looking for a great opportunity to work in Alaska with a dedicated staff of wildlife professionals?

Are you a biometrician, or a wildlife biologist with strong quantitative skills? If so, here's your chance!

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, is recruiting for a Biometrician I, II, III Flexibly Staffed position located in Anchorage or Fairbanks, Alaska.

This position provides biometric and statistical assistance to mid and upper level wildlife biologists (Wildlife Biologist II, III, and IV) to support Wildlife Conservation staff and projects in the division’s Arctic and Western Alaska Region (DWC, Region V).  This position works closely with regional and area-based game management or research issues and offers a rare opportunity to provide biometric support to a diverse array of wildlife projects conducted in very beautiful and remote areas in northern Alaska.  Prominent wildlife populations in the area include the largest muskox population in Alaska, the largest caribou herd in North America, as well as Dall sheep, moose, wolves, and three species of bears.  The successful applicant will also have the opportunity to participate in wildlife field work with a variety of game species managed by Region V staff.

For further information, please see:





Steve Machida

Phone #:  907-267-2421

Fax #*:  907-267-2433

Email:  steve.machida@alaska.gov











Lincoln Parrett

Wildlife Biologist

Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Division of Wildlife Conservation

1300 College Road

Fairbanks, AK 99701

(907) 459 - 7366


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Simon Fraser University