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Wildlife Game Manager


WILDLIFE GAME MANAGER manages staff and activities of statewide game management and research programs; perform related work. Download this job description and modify using any word processor.|n|a hr

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									WILDLIFE GAME MANAGER CLASS PURPOSE To manage staff and activities of statewide game management and research programs; perform related work. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Management. Typical responsibilities: develops and proposes wildlife management policy; hires subordinate managers and staff; assigns work and evaluates performance; reviews, recommends adjustments to, and monitors regional and program budgets; assesses training needs and coordinates training; determines research priorities and directs field research; directs formulation of rules and recommends rule, policy, and statute changes to executive management; directs development and implementation of game species and depredation plans and ensures goals and objectives are met; directs animal harvest, public interest, and game population surveys and coordinates improved survey techniques; provides technical assistance to executive staff and regional operations; plans and coordinates research activities with department staff and outside groups; responds to requests for information to and presents testimony before Fish and Game Commission, legislative committees, special interest groups, and the general public. 2. Liaison. Typical responsibilities: represents the department and coordinates with other government entities and special interest groups on issues regarding department positions on land management activities affecting wildlife, wildlife disease issues, and other policy issues that affect wildlife populations; coordinates preparation of Federal Aid in wildlife restoration reports. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience demonstrating comprehensive knowledge of: wildlife management practices and research methodology to include life history, ecology, habitat requirements and population dynamics of wildlife. Experience: analyzing wildlife management program issues and making recommendations; supervising a professional wildlife staff; developing and monitoring a program budget.

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