Technical Service Provider Resume

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TSP Type: Individual TSP
  B - Associated Companies/Agencies
Business NameBusiness Id 
  C1 - Relevant Accreditation/Licenses
Certifying OrganizationStateCertification DescriptionLicense NumberExpiration Date
The Wildlife SocietyMECertified Wildlife Biologist92412/25/2034
  C2 - Organic Qualification
Organic Qualification
  D - Education and Training
Institution NameArea of StudyDegreeCompletion Date
University of Maine at OronoWildlife ManagementB.S.05/10/1978
University of Maine at Fort KentBusiness - eBusiness ConcentrationB.S.05/12/2007
  E - Relevant Work Experience
01/01/2007Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Frenchville, Maine
07/01/2005Owner of One World Artisans business, offering photography, wildlife and forest management, and graphic design and printing services.
06/01/1993Wildlife Biologist for Fraser Papers in Maine and New Brunswick, Canada. Responsible for wildlife research, management, monitoring, and conservation/restoration activities on 2 million acres of company-owned property. Created forest models and associated habitat management plans for 150,000 acres of designated habitat management areas.
04/16/1984Environmental Scientist for Fraser Papers pulp and paper mills in New Brunswick and Maine. Responsible during various periods for ambient air quality monitoring, water quality monitoring, environmental quality assurance (QA), and landfill environmental monitoring for Fraser Papers’ pulp and paper mills.
06/01/1974Conducted wildlife and fisheries term and contract basis field work for a variety of organizations as follows: Fisheries Scientific Technical II - Washington Department of Fisheries, Montesano, Washington, May to September 1983 Fishery Biologist - National Marine Fishery Service, N.O.A.A., Seattle, Washington, May to August 1982, and January to March 1983 Seabird Research Technician - Canadian Wildlife Service , Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, May to September 1981 Wildlife Biologist - MacLaren Plansearch, Dartmouth, N.S. / St. Johns Newfoundland, March 1980 to April 1981 Wildlife Technician - Canadian Wildlife Service, Sackville, New Brunswick, June to December 1979 Fish & Wildlife Project Leader - U. S. Young Adult Conservation Corps, Indian Island, Old Town, Maine, January to June 1979 Wildlife Technician - Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Wildlife Division, Orono, Maine, September to October 1978 Waterfowl Technician - Canadian Wildlife Service, Sackville, New Brunswick, June to September 1978 Wildlife Assistant - U. S. D. A. Wildlife Division, University of Maine, Orono, Maine - Part time job during university, 1977 and 1978 Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW), Fisheries Division, Ashland, Maine - Fisheries Aide, June to September 1977 SSI Program Interviewer - MDIFW, Fisheries Division, Ashland, Maine - Fisheries Aide, June to September 1976
  F - Familiarity with NRCS Guidelines, Criteria, Standards, and Specifications
I have completed necessary training for TSP certification as a Wildlife Biologist, and am also familiar with other standards utilized by the NRCS for completion of relevant work.
  F1 - NRCS Conservation Planning Training Requirement
I have received NRCS Training Modules or equivalent
  F2 - NRCS TSP Orientation
I have received the TSP Orientation Modules and Exam
  G,H - Technical Services This TSP is Certified to Perform
StateCategoryTechnical Services
  I - States and Counties This TSP Provides Technical Services In
StateCounties Where Technical Services Are Provided