Wildlife Technician Resume Samples

HIGH QUALITY

The best examples from thousands of real-world resumes

EXPERT APPROVED

Handpicked by resume experts based on rigorous standards

DIVERSE EXAMPLES

Tailored for various backgrounds and experience levels

Wildlife Technicians provide support to environmental conservation professionals and complete the following duties: monitoring and tracking animals, guiding visitors on tours of wildlife areas, identifying habitat problems, collecting samples and taking them to the lab, and writing reports. Successful resume samples for Wildlife Technician make display of the following job skills: being able to walk long distances on difficult terrain, being able to handle aggressive animals, stamina, attention to details, infection control, and an interest in improving wildlife habitat. Most eligible resumes make display of an Associate’s Degree in wildlife management.

Find out what is the best resume for you in our Ultimate Resume Format Guide.

1

Wildlife Technician GS

  • Supervised and scheduled 3 bio techs and 7 volunteers assigned to the Lynx Research Project.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the lynx habitat research project.
  • Gathered data on lynx movements through track and sign observations and used this information to place live traps.
  • Developed solutions to common technical and procedural problems such as changes in priorities, need for extended field time, need for additional equipment or personnel, and other comparable issues.
  • Assisted State and Forest biologists to process and collar lynx when a capture occurred.
  • Gathered data through a variety of methods including scientific journals, data from previous lynx studies in the area, and personal communications with other scientists studying lynx and reported relevant recommendations for the lynx habitat research project to my supervisor and crew.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
4
months
at this job
BA
Wildlife Biology
MA
Natural Resource Science
2

Wildlife Technician

  • Followed federal protocol to conduct surveys on endangered Northern spotted owls. Conducted independent night surveys and day visits to determine nesting status. Monitored presence and nesting status of spotted owls. Used GARMIN GPS to log nesting tree locations and navigate to plots. Identified Barred, Spotted, Barn, Western screech, Northern pygmy, Short eared and Saw whet owls visually and aurally. Record bearing, time and call. Record band color and pattern (if present).
  • Conducted additional wildlife and resource surveys: Fish presence/absence surveys via visual and electroshocking; installed, monitored and maintained Humboldt marten camera stations; conducted vegetation restocking surveys for Douglas Fir plantations. Used standardized scientific measurements and tools to collect stream habitat measurements in study and control reaches, measure culverts for fish passage, and assess Marbled murrelet habitat.
  • Followed protocols for collecting biological samples and managing photo collection. Entered end of season NSO data in to Access database. Digitalized culvert, NSO habitat data into Excel files. Researched historical banding records to compile one book of all birds banded by Plum Creek.
  • Kept detailed notes of all biological findings and results. Hiked through steep, mountainous terrain with 40lb gear. Worked outside in adverse conditions. Used ArcGIS to print maps and delineate habitat. Safely operated 4WD vehicle and ATV on active and inactive logging, forest service and BLM roads in day and night. Adhered to company safety protocols. Submitted all mileage and receipts for reimbursement in a timely manner.
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
BS
Environmental Science And Resource Management
3

Wildlife Technician

  • Member of a three-person team responsible for gathering data of greater-sage grouse with a field site in relation to geothermal facilities of Austin, Nevada.
  • Night work includes eye-shine spotting, trapping, VHF collaring, banding, physical measurements, lek counts, telemetry, and brood observation.
  • Day work includes vegetation surveying, raptor/horse/livestock surveying, telemetry, tracking, nest observation, mortuary collection, and nest surveying.
  • 95% spent outdoors in desert climate, moderate hiking for 5-20 kilometers per day, ATV trained and experienced, and 4-wheel off-road driving experienced.
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
7
months
at this job
BA
Biology
4

Fish and Wildlife Technician

Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources- Special Licenses Unit

  • Responsible for technical review of applications and issuance of licenses involving special uses of fish and wildlife by academic researchers, government agencies, private sector institutions and consulting firms.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of applicable Department regulations and state environmental laws.
  • Write license conditions in accordance with environmental conservation law and regulations.
  • Assist supervisor as needed in law enforcement cases involving illegal use or possession of fish and wildlife species.
  • Maintain physical and electronic records and receive and respond to calls, emails and written correspondence from the public and other agencies concerning licensed activities.
  • Extensive contact with the public, other state, federal and local agencies and department regional offices and law enforcement.
  • Freedom of Information Law processing, maintain private information, revenue processing, data entry and analysis.
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AS
Associate of Science
BS
Environmental Biology
5

Fish & Wildlife Technician (tiger Salamander Project)

  • Monitored over 120 historical breeding ponds and wetlands for state-listed endangered Tiger Salamanders.
  • Developed and maintain relationships with site property owners including local municipalities and NGOs.
  • Assessment of upland habitats, distributions of invasive species, and potential environmental risks.
  • Assisted avian surveys, including breeding waterfowl, marsh birds, and endangered Piping Plovers.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
4
months
at this job
BS
Biology / Zoology
MA
Applied Ecology
6

Wildlife Technician

  • Supported the Habitat Conservation Plan for Utah prairie dogs (a federally threatened species) in Iron County, which allows for continued development while minimizing impacts on Utah prairie dogs and assists with the conservation and recovery in accordance with the USFWS Utah Prairie Dog Recovery Plan
  • Navigated to colonies in rural and remote areas using aerial photos, topographic maps and handheld GPS devices
  • Safely used 4WD on rugged terrain and primitive roads
  • Trapped, handled and translocated 1000+ prairie dogs to recovery sites
  • Assisted with the construction of artificial burrows at new translocation sites
  • Dusted burrows with Deltamethrin to prevent plague outbreaks
  • Successfully sedated and took samples from animals used in plague study
  • Worked with little to no supervision in the field
  • Communicated clearly with other employees as well as the public in sometimes contentious situations
  • Followed safety procedures to ensure both animal and human safety
Candidate Info
1
year in
workforce
3
months
at this job
BS
Wildlife Biology
7

Pest Control Technician/ Nuisance Wildlife Technician

  • Removed pest from homes and businesses
  • Performed comprehensive inspections for pest, pest harborages, and pest entry ways
  • Evaluated/recommended, and provided required pest management services
  • Contributed to the achievement of companies sales goals, by selling/upselling services to new/existing customers
  • Provided great customer service, resulting in outstanding customer reviews
  • Managed my own route
  • Responsible for company truck
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
8

Wildlife Technician I

  • Manage habitat for wildlife through the use of agriculture practices as directed by supervisor. Uses equipment and chemicals according to KDFWR policies and industry safety standards.
  • Conducts maintenance and repairs of buildings, boundary, signs, roads and gates as directed by the supervisor.
  • Assists supervisor with hunter check stations and with wildlife surveys and wildlife restoration/research (waterfowl and dove banding) as directed.
  • Makes minor purchases following KDFWR purchasing guidelines and submits receipts to clerk and supervisor in a timely manner. Maintains inventory records and equipment maintenance records. Submits monthly activity reports in a timely manner.
  • Provides KDFWR fishing, hunting, and boating information to the public and other agencies via phone call and personnel contacts.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
3
months
at this job
BS
Natural Resources Management
9

Wildlife Technician

  • Asses type of animal
  • Communicate with customers
  • Set appropriate live traps to secure animal
  • Remove the animal
  • Repair the point of entry
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
4
months
at this job
C
Ford Industrial Readiness
BS
Physical Education
BS
Biology
10

Fish and Wildlife Technician I

Assist in the restoration of the environment of Guam.

  • To protect the natural resources of Cocos Island and establish six breeding pairs of ko'ko' birds.
  • Provide a model environment to develop strategies for future reintroductions of Guam rails.
  • Create an opportunity to study rail behavior, survival, habitat preference and nesting success.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
1
month
at this job
HS
High School Diploma

Your Resume, Made Easy.

You are looking for your dream job and need a resume? My Perfect Resume is your solution and takes the hassle out of resume writing. Create the perfect job-worthy resume effortlessly in just a few clicks!