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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Biologist

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally gifted Biologist with ten years experience in planning research studies and implementing management practices pertaining to habitat, production, distribution, and natural balance to ensure sound management and conservation of fish and wildlife species.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Exceptional Knowledge of principles used in the management of wildlife and fish populations, ecology of game and non-game species, and ecological and socio-economic factors affecting habitat and populations.
  • Thorough knowledge of wildlife law and enforcement.
  • Strong ability to interact among the public, resource management agencies, and wildlife and fisheries resources.
  • Remarkable knowledge of physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of lakes, ponds, and streams.
  • Profound knowledge of state and federal programs affecting wetland drainage and preservation.
  • In-depth knowledge of research, laboratory, and statistical methods as they relate to wildlife and fisheries management.
  • Uncommon knowledge of basic principles and terminology of data processing.
  • Solid knowledge of principles of effective human relations and dealing with the public.
  • Profound ability to organize and analyze available information and draw sound conclusions.
  • Great ability to write clearly and concisely and in logical sequence.
  • Remarkable ability to favorably present and promote departmental priorities, services, and actions.
  • Strong ability to effectively plan and organize work activities and prioritize task completion to meet schedules and deadlines.
  • Strong ability to budget monetary, material, and equipment resources.
  • Great ability to communicate effectively.

Professional Experience

Wild Life Fund International, Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Biologist II
  • Collect complex and specialized biological and environmental data for projects such as game, fur, marine, or inland fisheries management or environmental monitoring.
  • Aid in implementing and providing technical advice for management and monitoring programs.
  • Supervise a wildlife management area including personnel and facility management.
  • Direct other biologists and sub-professional biologists in collecting scientific and technical data for specific research or management projects.
  • Independently carry out limited research projects.
  • Participate as a team member in special investigations.
  • Compile, analyze, and interpret data using descriptive and inferential statistical methods and write reports of results for supervisory review.
  • Prepare wildlife and fisheries management plans for landowners.
  • Present demonstrations to various groups and explain departmental rules and procedures.
  • Maintain frequent contact with other state and federal employees for field projects.

Wild Life Fund International, Minneapolis, MN
1998 - 2002

Biologist I
  • Conducted field research and investigations to obtain biological samples and data using a variety of professionally accepted techniques for specific types of research.
  • Evaluated samples by laboratory analysis or organism identification and description; evaluated research data, organized data, wrote reports, plotted findings, performed limited statistical analysis, and illustrated relationships of one set of data to another.
  • Prepared management plans as a consultant to private landowners, breeders, or other groups.
  • Enforced state, federal, and departmental laws, regulations, and rules.
  • Investigated facilities and records of applicants for permits and special licenses; made recommendations concerning issuance or denial of licenses.
  • Presented wildlife management programs and demonstrations to various groups.
  • Purchased, operated, and maintained data collection and analysis equipment.
  • Participated as a team member in complex research projects or special investigations of environmental impact assessment and monitoring.
  • Conducted small, independent, short-term research projects under the general supervision of supervisory personnel.
  • Maintained frequent public contact regarding general departmental procedures and cooperated with private, state, and federal employees in routine problem resolution.
  • Provided technical support for the senior biologist on one or several projects such as design or procedural problems and recommendations for solutions.

Wild Life Fund International, Minneapolis, MN
1996 - 1998

Biologist (Intern)
  • Developed and maintained liaisons and effective working relations with groups and individuals, agencies, and the public to encourage cooperative management strategies or to develop information and interpret findings.
  • Programmed and used computers to store, process and analyze data.
  • Collected and analyzed biological data about relationships among and between organisms and their environment.
  • Study aquatic plants and animals and environmental conditions affecting them such as radioactivity or pollution.
  • Communicated test results to state and federal representatives and general public.
  • Identified, classified, and studied structure, behavior, ecology, physiology, nutrition, culture, and distribution of aquatic plant and animal species.
  • Prepared environmental impact reports for industry, government, and publication.
  • Researched environmental effects of present and potential uses of land and water areas, determining methods of improving environmental conditions.

Education

MSc Fisheries Biology
University of New York (1996)

BSc Biology
University of New York (1994)



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