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Dr. Mark Clifford, statewide environmental program manager for trout and salmon production, has shared this announcement, inviting qualified applicants to state service in the Department’s fish hatchery system:
The following exams are now being offered to qualify for positions working with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Specifically we are looking for exceptional candidates for our Statewide Hatchery Coordinator position and for positions as Fish and Wildlife Technicians at both inland and anadromous hatcheries.
Click here to learn about the Senior Environmental Scientist (specialist) series that is the classification for our Statewide Hatchery Coordinator. The Statewide Hatchery Coordinator position will be filled in coming months and candidates must be on the eligible list by taking the exam. The exam is a self-appraisal performed on the CalCareers website. Click here if you are new to California state service. For questions on this position, contact Dr. Mark Clifford at 530-918-9450 or email@example.com.
Click here to learn about the Fish and Wildlife Technician series that is the classification for our non-managerial hatchery staff. To apply in time for the next scheduled exam, you must submit a Standard State Application (Form 678), postmarked by the Final Filing Date of July 18, 2017. Click here if you are new to California state service.
Information on several careers with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife can be found here. Address any questions regarding these exams to the Human Resources Branch at (916) 653-8120.