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NDOW is the state agency directly responsible for managing all the fish and wildlife in the state of Nevada, as well as the promotion of boating safety on Nevada’s waters. There are more than 200 people working towards or supporting this responsibility in one manner or another. Biologists monitor the health of wildlife populations. Game wardens enforce the wildlife and boating laws passed by the state legislature and regulations set by the Nevada Wildlife Commission. Conservation Educators inform and educate people about Nevada’s wildlife. And, there are many, many other professionals, doing all kinds of jobs to help with the huge task of looking after the wildlife of our state.

  • Biologist I -

    Biologists conduct fisheries, wildlife and/or habitat management projects and research studies including data collection, analysis and interpretation; develop and implement project proposals and work plans; prepare recommendations; and participate in public relations activities.
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  • Biologist II -

    Biologists conduct fisheries, wildlife and/or habitat management projects and research studies including data collection, analysis and interpretation; develop and implement project proposals and work plans; prepare recommendations; and participate in public relations activities.
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  • Biologist III -

    Biologists conduct fisheries, wildlife and/or habitat management projects and research studies including data collection, analysis and interpretation; develop and implement project proposals and work plans; prepare recommendations; and participate in public relations activities.
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  • Fish Hatchery Technician I -

    Fish Hatchery Technicians care for fish and adjust feed levels; keep accurate feed and population records; maintain and clean troughs, tanks, ponds, raceways, traps, holding pens and launders; maintain screens, water sources and aeration devices. Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
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  • Fish Hatchery Technician II -

    Fish Hatchery Technicians care for fish and adjust feed levels; keep accurate feed and population records; maintain and clean troughs, tanks, ponds, raceways, traps, holding pens and launders; maintain screens, water sources and aeration devices. Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform work independently with little or no additional training.
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  • Fish Hatchery Supervisor II -

    Fish Hatchery Supervisors manage the operations and maintenance of an assigned hatchery or fish rearing station, and plan, budget and perform maintenance activities in order to provide for an efficient operation and preserve wildlife resources.
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  • Division Administrator, Wildlife Diversity -

    The Division Administrator of Wildlife Diversity directs a staff of 16 including Biologists, Wildlife Staff Specialists, and GIS Specialists. This position optimizes available funding to meet management needs of non-game species, as well as supplants legal challenges based on the State’s attention and need for federal intervention via the Endangered Species Act. The position is responsible in developing and implementing programs to manage, enhance, and protect the non-game resources of the State of Nevada. The program integrates with existing game, fisheries, habitat, conservation education, and law enforcement programs.
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  • Wildlife Area Technician I -

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.
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  • Wildlife Area Technician II -

    Wildlife Area Technicians may be assigned to work at a wildlife management area, on a water development crew or as a regional utility person. Typical duties involve the maintenance of wildlife habitat by operating light and heavy equipment, controlling water levels in wetland areas, managing vegetation and related activities intended to develop and enhance an environment which will support the State's wildlife species.
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  • Conservation Educator III -

    Conservation Educators plan, organize, implement and evaluate educational programs designed to teach hunter and boating safety, environmental concepts and other wildlife related areas to the public, and participate in public relations activities. Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform advanced-level work and may provide work direction and training to others.
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