JOB OPPORTUNITY NOTICE
United States Department of the Interior
U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
1011 E. Tudor Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99503-6199
OPENING DATE: 21 Jan 20
CLOSING DATE: 04 Feb 20
POSITION: Biological Science Aid, GS-0404-05
Full-time – Temporary
SALARY: $39,048 – $50,765 per annum (The salary range given includes base pay and locality pay, you will also receive a 4.4% cost of living allowance, subject to change.
LOCATION: Bethel, AK & Galena, AK (2 DIFFERENT POSITIONS)
WHO MAY APPLY: Any qualified U.S. citizen who has lived or worked in or near Alaska public
lands and has special knowledge or expertise concerning the natural and cultural resources of the public lands and the management thereof. This includes an applicant who was once a resident, moved away, but is intending to re-establish local residency.
WORK PERIOD: This is a temporary position and is not to exceed (NTE) 1039 hours.
DUTIES: The employee will provide support to professional biologists performing work broadly related to fish and/or wildlife management. A variety of biological support tasks are performed. Primarily assists with wildlife or fishery surveys by counting species and keeping detailed and accurate field reports.
For more information on the duties of this position contact:
Bethel, AK – Gary Decossas; 907-543-1014 email@example.com
Galena, AK – Brad Scotton; 907-656-9608 firstname.lastname@example.org
FULL JOB ANNOUNCEMENT HERE: Biological Science Aid, GS-0404-05