Job Opportunity: Camp Lejeune Wildlife Biologist

Camp Lejeune will be soon announcing a Wildlife Biologist position here on the Base. If you know of anyone interested, that might qualify, please feel free to pass on the information.

It will be a GS-11, Series 0486, Wildlife Biologist Position.  Visit to get familiar with the Federal Job resume preparation and application process and see the job announcement once it is posted. It has not been posted on the site yet.

This is a wildlife management position in our Land and Wildlife Resources Section.  The employee will serve as a specialist in the field of fish and wildlife conservation and management where he/she will; plan, coordinate, implement field work, and speak with media on issues related to all areas of game and non-game management on Camp Lejeune.

Job will involve management of hunting (deer, bear, & turkey) and fishing programs, nuisance wildlife work, migratory birds (annual permit requests for take and reporting requirements), freshwater fish pond mgmt, herptile surveys, education and outreach, and most wildlife work related to those species not receiving protection under the Endangered Species Act.

Job will require coordination with our Forestry Program, our Conservation Law Enforcement Program (Game Wardens), our Threatened and Endangered Species Program, and the NEPA section.  Most work will require year round coordination with other Base work sections too, such as Range Control, the Public Works Office, the GIS Office, and Administration and Finance Section.

The job will also require the employee to coordinate and work closely with contractors who perform work for the Base (studies, surveys or services) such as migratory bird surveys, invasive species treatment, or fertilizer application.

Some Section high lights from the past year;
-700 plus deer and 30 turkey were taken on the Base during the 2011-12 hunting season,
-implemented a highly successful urban deer removal program (removed 150 deer from urban areas),
-hosted a Wounded Warrior Spring Turkey Hunt,
-planted 10,000 sea oats pants on Onslow beach,
-annual plowing and planting of wildlife food plots for dove, deer, turkey,
-Audubon Christmas Bird Count,
-Youth Fishing Day,
-Organized Hunts, schedule hunts and collect deer data (deer hunting with hounds)

Call with any questions. MK

Martin Korenek
Wildlife Manager
Land & Wildlife Resources Section
Camp Lejeune, NC

desk   910-451-7235
mobile 910-526-9577