Wildlife Biologist III

Reference number: DOE23J-098399-000054

Selection process number: 23-DOE-ONT-EA-576276

Environment and Climate Change Canada – Canadian Wildlife Service

Ottawa (Ontario), Port Rowan (Ontario), Toronto (Ontario)

BI-03, PC-03

$82,579 to $106,933

Closing date: 25 September 2023 – 23:59, Pacific Time

Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada, and Canadian citizens and Permanent residents abroad.

The various positions will work in a team environment that deliver a variety of programs including regional engagement with partners and stakeholders on stewardship, project management and funding initiatives, terrestrial and aquatic wildlife monitoring and assessment, landscape and geospatial analysis, planning, evaluating, and implementing nature-based solutions for greenhouse gas emission reduction, effecting wildlife conservation permitting activities, and informing regional impact assessments. The team is a fun, adaptable and innovative group so you will be encouraged to be creative, connected, and curious. Depending on the position, your duties could range from planning and leading fieldwork, to reviewing and contributing to policy, or to building partnerships with stakeholders to extend the influence of our programs. You will meet and work with many different partners and stakeholders and you will also work with national program teams to share the regional perspective, contribute to national policies, and coordinate projects.

Partial Requirements of the Position (see the job posting at posting at https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=2037063 for more details):

  • English essential
  • Graduation with a degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in a natural, physical or applied science with specialization in a field relevant to the duties of the position.
  • Knowledge of key challenges in wildlife conservation or habitat conservation in Canada, including relevant natural, social and economic factors.
  • Knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the federal/ provincial / territorial / Indigenous governments, and non-government organizations with respect to wildlife conservation.
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
  • Ability to set and manage priorities and workload to attain program results.
  • Ability to plan multi-disciplinary projects and lead teams.