This position directs the Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) public engagement processes, designs and implements survey research, assists with strategic and long-range planning services, and facilitates the integration of social and biological information in decision-making processes. This position works in a critical role with high priority, high profile, complex, and challenging wildlife, fish, and outdoor recreation issues in the state.
Major responsibilities include:
- design and manage the implementation of Department staff, stakeholder, and citizen engagement so meaningful and effective methods of input, participation, decision-making, and wildlife, fisheries and outdoor recreation management are used;
- design survey methods to collect needed information: document use, harvest, demand, attitudes, values, beliefs and other social-economic data;
- oversee maintenance and development of databases of information associated with division statistics;
- design statistically valid and economical methods of collecting data;
- make recommendations on how to use statistical information;
- direct the development of and edits technical reports;
- analyze technical data and write reports;
- make presentations based on survey findings with a focus on human dimensions;
- consult on and support statewide integration of wildlife, fish and outdoor recreation strategic planning and decision-making efforts so GFP activities are efficiently and effectively planned, implemented, and evaluated.
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