Wildlife Biologist resume
Wildlife biologists work in public and private sector positions studying animals and their interactions with their habitats. While hiring criteria can vary with the job, a wildlife biologist resume template can help applicants obtain the positions that best fit their skills. As shown in this template, qualifications beyond a college degree, including outdoor skills, can be especially valuable.
1210 W Center St
Minneapolis, MN 55402
ObjectiveSeeking a full-time position studying wildlife ecology in state and national forests with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Busperson, Pizza Deliciosa (975 Upton Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55407)
Cleaned, sanitized and organized dining area, Stocked tables, Prepared beverages for delivery to tables,Assisted with other tasks as needed.
Arborist, Minneapolis-St.Paul Parks Service (2745 E 1st St, Minneapolis, MN 54409)
Identified and diagnosed trees in city parks, Developed plans for planting and transporting trees, Coordinated a team of parks workers in daily projects, Recorded activities using Microsoft Office.
Assistant Zookeeper, Minnesota Zoo, Minneapolis (1320 W Bruckner Ln, Minneapolis, MN 54411)
Fed and cared for exotic birds, Formulated special diets for separate species, Prepared bird house for events, Reported to head zookeeper regarding work area status.
Skills and Abilities
- Adept at working outdoors in all weather
- Type 60 WPM
- Experienced at identifying a broad range of Minnesota animals
- Strong interpersonal skills
- B.S. Biology, 2015
Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, MN
- 3.9 GPA
Started Diversity Club on campus
Hiking Club Secretary
ReferencesJanet J. Oney
Biological Science Technician
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences (Lexington University)
2994 Black Stallion Road
Lexington, KY 40507
Teresa W. Larsen
Fish and Wildlife Biologist manager
Wisconsin Fish and Wildlife Service
4791 Benson Street
Menomonie, WI 54751