Wildlife Biologist Resume
The responsibilities of a wildlife biologist include studying animals or plants, their impact on humans and their relation with the environment, carrying out investigative research in order to find new solutions for improvement, using scientific equipment to study samples and computers to maintain records of the collected and interpreted data.
Although many duties of wildlife biologists include laboratory research, they also have to do field research, such as collecting tissue and blood samples of animals from the wild and studying animal and plant behavior.
In order to become a wildlife biologist, you are required to have a bachelor's degree in the field of wildlife biology, but also in related fields like ecology and zoology. Students who have taken courses in biology, chemistry or physics in high school may have an advantage when applying for a wildlife biology major and they can even specialize in certain fields, such as marine habitats or wildlife conservation. For furthering a career in this field, a Ph.D. or a master's degree will be necessary.
Name: Ian Jefferson
Birth Date: 21 June 1978
Driver's License: No
Seeking to fill the challenging position of a wildlife biologist.
Education and Professional Training
- Master of Science in wildlife biology from the University of Chicago, IL in 2002
- Bachelor of Science in zoology from the University of Chicago, IL in 2000
- Over six years of experience as a biologist
- Strong knowledge of wildlife enforcement and law
- Excellent ability to interact with the resource management agencies, the public and fisheries and wildlife resources
- Exceptional ability to analyze wildlife management problems
- Remarkable ability to perform oversight functions and program management with the wildlife resources
- Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
2007-Present date: Wildlife biologist for Fish and Wildlife Service, Orlando, Florida
Duties and responsibilities:
- Conducting and monitoring the activity of sensitive animal species
- Collecting and forwarding information about the regional fauna to scientists
- Resolving complaints or reports about animal and wildlife pests
- Analyzing and archiving survey results and monitoring data with the help of Geographic Information Systems
- Assisting with the preparation of technical reports in conformity with the National Environmental Policy Act
- Developing and maintaining knowledge of biological statistical procedures and principles
- Participating in the planning and the development of policies in the organization
Duties and responsibilities:
- Creating and leading cross-company wildlife research programs
- Overseeing scientific work and writing research proposals
- Developing biotechnology based on plants for the bio-remediation of contaminated water and land
- Creating and building ecological and structured buffer zones with the goal of mitigating development impact on endemic reptiles, insects, mammals and birds
- Playing a crucial role in wildlife protection and development of research programs
Available upon request.