[MARMAM] Florida Manatee Management Job Opportunity

Pasawicz, Michelle Michelle.Pasawicz at MyFWC.com
Tue Oct 17 13:17:47 PDT 2023

Greetings everyone,

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking a Fisheries and Wildlife Biological Scientist IV to aid the Imperiled Species Management Section with the development and management of manatee protection rules and permits. This management position will serve in a leadership capacity with a focus on regulations associated with the Florida manatee. Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:

1 - Develops and monitors Florida manatee protection rules;
2 - Attends and represents the FWC at government meetings, public meetings, administrative hearings, and Commission meetings;
3 - Reviews requests and oversees processing for permits and variances to conduct activities prohibited by rules and statutes;
4 - Reviews requests and coordinates activities associated with local government Manatee Protection Zones;
5 - Coordinates data collection activities, conducts data analyses, and regular monitoring of available data including serving as primary investigator, contract manager, or liaison with outside partners;
6 - Performs field and site visits related to rule development as necessary;
7 - Participates in revisions and coordination discussions of county Manatee Protection Plans;
8 - Participates in data collection, necropsies, and other miscellaneous field work assignments as needed;

Please follow this link to the job posting to learn more about this opportunity:


Michelle R. Pasawicz
Biological Administrator
Imperiled Species Management Section
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission<https://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/wildlife/manatee/>
Michelle.Pasawicz at MyFWC.com<mailto:Michelle.Pasawicz at MyFWC.com>

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