Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Incumbent will be responsible for the operation of a waterfowl hunting check station at one of the Stormwater Treatment Areas (STA) in South Florida for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC). Specific duties include opening the STA, checking in permitted hunters, conducting a lottery for unpermitted hunters, correctly identifying and recording species harvested, reporting hunting pressure and harvest results via the internet, and representing the agency in a professional manner while providing service to the public.
The STA is in a remote location with no store/facilities nearby (there is a portable toilet at each site). Hours are on Sundays, starting at 3:45 am until just after sunset each day (approximately 16 hours per day). Hunts occur on weekends from mid-November through mid-February (including holidays). There are scouting days on weekends before each hunting season begins.
STA 2: Located in southwestern Palm Beach County, just north of the Broward County line and just east of US Highway 27. Hunts occur on Sundays only.
Qualifications: Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in one of the life sciences, reliable transportation, a reliable cell phone, and the ability to work long hours independently once trained. Applicants with waterfowl experience preferred.
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