Nongame Wildlife Biologist

The person in this position serves as one of the Maine’s lead wildlife biologists responsible for reptiles and amphibians and priority inland invertebrates. The position will focus on the conservation and management of rare and endangered species from among these taxa by conducting specialized field surveys, monitoring target populations, researching habitat relationships, providing technical assistance to regional biologists and the public, writing grant proposals, developing species plans, offering public outreach presentations, reviewing development proposals, administering contracts, supervising temporary personnel, and recommending species recovery measures.

Contact Information:

Follow instructions at the following State job description link:

If necessary, questions can be directed to Phillip deMaynadier (position supervisor) at

Bangor, Maine
Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
Human Resources