Top Biological Science Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Biological Science Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Biological Science Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.8% of Biological Science Technician resumes contained Lab Equipment as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Biological Science Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Biological Science Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Lab Equipment

high Demand
Here's how Lab Equipment is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Used diverse molecular cloning and purification techniques using standard lab equipment.
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of laboratory and lab equipment.
  • Operated and maintained complex sampling, monitoring, and lab equipment necessary to keep the stations functioning properly.
  • Perform experiments, maintain lab equipment, and analyze data.
  • Maintained all lab equipment Feed and changed plant bugs and diet daily Made Egg packs for plant bugs daily
  • Ensured laboratory and lab equipment was cleaned and maintained; routinely inspected safety equipment.

Show More

2. Habitat

high Demand
Here's how Habitat is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Assisted refuge manager in communicating with private landowners to describe habitat restoration goals and education of activities.
  • Examined information and developed reports of results with recommendations for improving wildlife habitat and suggested mitigation measures.
  • Conduct vegetation identification in order to manage invasive and exotic plant species to facilitate habitat restoration.
  • Observed animal behaviors, performed habitat assessments, and conducted follow-up reproductive surveys on wildlife.
  • Used assessment data to determine maintenance needs of ephemeral wetlands in critical salamander breeding habitat.
  • Worked independently on execution of resource management plans, such as habitat restoration.
  • Assessed conditions of spring-run Chinook salmon holding and spawning habitat using established protocols.
  • Participated in prescribed burning program with emphasis on habitat development and hazard mitigation.
  • Conducted fish surveys to monitor culvert induced habitat fragmentation in Washington and Oregon.
  • Conducted habitat assessments used in determining harvest prescriptions in timber sale units.
  • Assisted with study designs related to habitat quality and avian foraging investigations.
  • Conducted habitat/vegetation monitoring and inventories for specific species in potential habitat areas.
  • Participated in the monitoring and restoration of endangered Topeka shiner habitat.
  • Interact with public and visitors regarding wildlife and habitat management.
  • Created and maintained wildlife openings for improved wildlife habitat.
  • Cataloged important articles and documents on related habitat information.
  • Participated in prescribed burns adhering to Habitat Management Plans.
  • Participated in collecting FFS ephemeral wetland habitat assessment data.
  • Applied herbicides according to Habitat Management Plan guidance.
  • Completed inventories of woodpecker populations and habitat conditions.

Show More

3. Water Samples

high Demand
Here's how Water Samples is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Plan and conduct regular monthly trips to study site for on-site filtering of water samples.
  • Executed independent projects such as treating and filtering water samples using acid and vacuum apparatuses.
  • Identify invertebrate and algal species from collected soil and water samples.
  • Assist with grouse population study -Collect water samples and stream data
  • Collect & process water samples for the Great Lakes Network.
  • Marked juvenile fish and collected and analyzed water samples.
  • Process water samples following strict lab procedures.

Show More

4. Data Collection

high Demand
Here's how Data Collection is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Recognized for exceptional skills in ecological field data collection, organization, and analysis.
  • Conduct small mammal research in the Stanislaus-Tuolumne Experimental Forest including data collection and data entry
  • Initiated and implemented transition into digitized data collection, streamlining data reporting process.
  • Collected and organized field data using standardized data collection procedures and equipment.
  • Assisted reviewing data points for accurate evaluation of data collection.
  • Operated remote sensing technology for auditory bat data collection.
  • Received hummingbird data collection training.
  • Assisted with vegetation transect data collection, and setting up experimental plots using GPS, Processed and maintained GPS data.
  • Net fish for data collection in Lake Darling: count the species types for population density.
  • Assisted in the establishment of data collection and management strategies of current and historic biological surveys.
  • Mentored her in field methods and data collection for a variety of species surveys.
  • Experience in data collection and management as well as the use of scientific instruments.
  • Managed timber sale botany surveys and data collection, ensuring completion within project deadlines.
  • Audit teams, and perform quality assurance and quality control during data collection.
  • Field work involved GPS mapping, data collection, and control implementation.
  • Managed and trained temporary employees for insect rearing practices and data collection.
  • Entered field data upon each week's return from data collection site.
  • Evaluated 346 stream crossings over a 9-week period of data collection.
  • Assisted in data collection for project investigating mimicry in velvet ants.
  • Used cartographic design to create maps used for field data collection.

Show More

5. Natural Resources

high Demand
Here's how Natural Resources is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated with US Border Patrol to monitor and mitigate human impacts to natural resources.
  • Care and protection of natural resources in prairie, wooded and aquatic areas.
  • Collected and maintained scientific data, while providing protection to natural resources.
  • Assisted with goose banding for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
  • Perform spatial analysis on natural resources using GIS.
  • Collected water samples and maintained lab results.Assisted Minnesota Department of Natural Resources with banding Canada Geese.
  • Monitored, sampled, and mapped natural resourcesusing GPS units in the field and in the office using GIS.
  • Endangered and avian species mortalities would be promptly reported to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.

Show More

Job type you want
Full Time
Part Time
Internship
Temporary

6. Data Entry

high Demand
Here's how Data Entry is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Performed data entry and precise record keeping of information
  • Utilized computer programs such as Access, Excel, and Word for data entry and analysis.
  • Research and data entry was conducted to help quantify their recovery status.
  • Performed data entry of animal identification and test results for samples tested.
  • Assisted in data entry into computer programs and excel spreadsheets.
  • Recorded data accurately and performed data entry onto Excel spreadsheets in a timely manner for immediate availability to the research supervisor.
  • Conducted data entry and performed quality control on survey data using Teleform software.
  • Apply quality assurance / quality control procedures to water quality data during data entry, madegraphs and tables.
  • Conducted data entry through the use of iPads as well as Excel.

Show More

7. GIS

high Demand
Here's how GIS is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Compiled, summarized, evaluated and communicated collected biological data for district biologists to assist in interdisciplinary reports and environmental assessments.
  • Assisted Quality Assurance Biologist in ensuring proper identification of California freshwater and estuary fish by field crew.
  • Registered with Maryland Department of Agriculture to apply herbicides at Chesapeake Marshlands National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
  • Performed tasks necessary to aid in restoration of native prairie ecosystem under direction of upper-level biologists.
  • Field work logistics including organization and maintenance of field equipment and scheduling.
  • Assisted biologist in duties including habitat management and GIS mapping operations.
  • Experience using remote sensing software for image-to-image registration and mosaic creation.
  • Communicated study results to local ranchers and other area biologists.
  • Developed protocols for cartographic representations using ArcGIS Map Templates.
  • Assist fisheries biologist in performing stream assessments, creation and placement of fish structure in rivers and ponds on the district.
  • Created maps for field use with GIS (Geographic Information Systems) ArcMap 10.2 using historic nest data from Microsoft Excel.
  • Entered all cuckoo capture coordinates and net lane locations into a database and generated GIS maps for inclusion in project report.
  • Worked extensively in ArcGIS to provide mapping support to various Forest project areas, including fisheries, archaeology, and engineering.
  • Managed data in Access and ArcGIS databases, created and edited maps, analyzed data, and compiled annual reports.
  • Worked directly with wildlife biologist to survey and monitor rare and endangered birds and plants on a National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Developed field sampling protocol for collection of environmental water samples, including sample collection, filtering, and field logistics.
  • Assist Biologists in collection of shorebird and Osprey nesting data, including identification, nests, eggs, chicks, behaviors
  • Assist staffed biologist with conducting field inventories of invasive species and use integrated weed management techniques to control invasive species.
  • Preform GIS support, data collection, data quality control, and data entry for Grand Canyon NP Vegetation Program.
  • Provided guidance and training on the proper care and use of field equipment, ArcGIS, and backup procedures.

Show More

8. DNA

high Demand
Here's how DNA is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Performed quantitative/qualitative analysis of DNA and RNA for the detection of viruses from diagnostic specimens as directed.
  • Analyzed water quality and followed all standard procedures for environmental DNA sampling.
  • Collected DNA samples from eggs, and placed transponder balls as well as electronic monitors within nests.
  • Worked with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to conduct Environmental DNA surveys.
  • Create and maintain working inventory of all lab cultures and DNA samples.
  • Sequenced DNA of various genes using ABI Sequencer.
  • Developed method for extracting DNA from mouthwash samples.
  • Perform DNA sequencing analysis on the cloned parasite.
  • Maintained ABI DNA sequencers and HPLC system.
  • Perform DNA extractions from environmental soil samples.
  • Organized strain libraries and DNA banks.
  • Examined DNA samples on gel electrophoresis using semi-automated machine Qia-Excel.
  • Follow proper protocol of labeling/handling of hair/scat samples for transport to University of Wisconsin, Madison, for DNA analysis.
  • Inventory of DNA, whole turtle, eye, and flipper samples, including assisting with sea turtle necropsy.
  • Developed a DNA pooling strategy for use on the Affymetrix 10K, 50K and 250K SNP chip sets.
  • Collected water quality data, filtered water samples, and sampled for eDNA for invasive carp.
  • Led Montane Red Fox DNA collection survey for the 2015 field season.
  • Received training in DNA sequence analysis, microbial transformation and DNA extraction.
  • Clone parasite genes and cDNA for expression in bacterial vector systems.
  • Automated cycle DNA sequencing on ABI 3730 DNA Analyzer 5.

Show More

9. PCR

high Demand
Here's how PCR is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Performed DNA quantification and real-time PCR analysis for determination of different bacterial species abundance.
  • Learned PCR and other advanced lab techniques, field collection techniques, and other processes in and out of the lab.
  • Optimized RT-PCR conditions for quantification of Hepatitis E Virus (HEV) in rhesus monkey stool and serum samples.
  • Developed new PCR primers for increased detection of viral pathogens.
  • Performed end point PCR and cloning of resulting products.
  • Sample analysis includes tissue collection for DNA isolation, concentration, and genetic analysis via pcr and Bead Express technology.
  • Perform PCR, restriction digests, gel electrophoresis, western, southern and northern blotting analysis.
  • Developed and programmed a robotic liquid handler to purify PCR reactions and plasmid DNA.
  • Performed PCRs for various genes to amplify markers important in taxonomy of fungi.
  • Applied Biosystems 3730: prepared samples by PCR and cloning.
  • Developed PCR assays for the detection of Rickettsial Diseases.
  • Optimized PCR reactions for multiple custom microsatellite markers.
  • Sub-typed Campylobacter and Salmonella strains by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis, rep-PCR and antibiotic resistance.
  • Performed RT-PCR, Gel Electrophoresis, preparing buffer solutions to perform expressional analysis.
  • Collect Samples in the field DNA isolation from water samples Design an implementation of real-time PCR assays for aquatic species detection
  • Trained summer student on setting up 3730 PCR sequencing samples and making Illumina Nextera libraries for the MiSeq.
  • Create qPCR standards via PCR, ligation, transformation, and clone colony picking (blue-white screening).
  • Developed RT-PCR assays for the detection of three novel viruses of the glassy-winged sharpshooter, Homalodisca vitripennis.
  • Developed and optimized a multiplexing strategy for a genome scan using 300 microsatellite pcr markers.
  • Run real-time polymerase chain reactions (qPCR) to amplify bacterial DNA.

Show More

10. ATV

high Demand
Here's how ATV is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Trained other employees in safe herbicide practices and assisted in instruction of ATV safety course.
  • Obtained licenses for the following vehicles: Government 4x4, ATV, and UTV.
  • Operated backpack, UTV, and ATV mounted sprayers.
  • Installed gates, fences, and ATV barriers.
  • Eradicated invasive weeds in Grand Teton National Park with backpack sprayers, ATV boom sprayers and also by manually pulling weeds.
  • Operate UAVs and ATVS, maintained, cleaned and stored the vehicles and accessory equipment.
  • Maintained/repaired ATVs, trucks, trailers, mower, herbicide equipment, etc.
  • Completed Department of Interior s ATV/UTV, tractor, and S212 saw trainings.
  • Operated Forest Service vehicles including manual F-250 Super Duty trucks and ATVs.
  • Ensured equipment including ATVs and boats were in safe operable condition.
  • Operated ATVs on open land and ATV trails.
  • Traveled by foot, kayak, ATVs, and motor boats sites.
  • Use of motorized boats, ATVs, and canoes.
  • Performed willow studies and identification to evaluate the effects of grazing on willow health Obtained U.S. Government drivers license USFS ATV training
  • Inventoried roads to be obliterated using Garmin GPS units and ATVs prior to bringing in heavy equipment.
  • GPSed fire boundaries with backpack Trimble unit while riding All Terrain Vehicle (ATV).
  • Performed regular vehicle inspections on both government vehicles and UTVs/ATVs that I drove daily.
  • Operated ATVs, Chevy Silverado Pickup trucks, and canoes.
  • Conducted beach surveys via UTVs and ATVs.
  • Use trucks, Atv's, and Utv's to get to and from sites within the refuge.

Show More

11. Invasive Species

high Demand
Here's how Invasive Species is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Rehabilitated disturbed areas of preserve, promoting the reestablishment of native vegetation through invasive species removal and seeding native plant materials.
  • Manage wildlife openings by actively clearing, monitoring and controlling invasive species.
  • Created an informational video on invasive species research and management.
  • Prepared maps of invasive species locations from downloaded & summarized GPS data and from data obtained from aerial and ground surveys.
  • Worked very closely with monitoring threatened, endangered, and sensitive plants as well as invasive species (TESP-IS).
  • Manage teams of 5-20 people from state Conservation Corps and other state or local agencies in invasive species control operations.
  • Led groups of volunteers for various work projects including invasive species management, native vegetation planting, and environmental cleanups.
  • Assist Botanists with mechanical treatment of non-native invasive species using clearing saws, tractor mounted brush hogs and chainsaws.
  • Worked with local Native American tribes and conservation societies to create invasive species management plans.
  • Decontaminated field sampling equipment to prevent spread of aquatic invasive species, following GLKN protocols.
  • Used knowledge of both exotic and native plants to correctly identify and treat invasive species.
  • Conducted plant surveys & chemically treated areas infested with invasive species targeted for removal.
  • Apply herbicidal treatment to non-native invasive species in upland and riparian areas.
  • Plan and conduct invasive species treatments using manual and chemical treatments.
  • Map, monitor, and control aquatic and terrestrial invasive species.
  • Focused on the adult life stage of the invasive species.
  • Developed and implemented 5-year plan for invasive species.
  • Monitored, detected, and controlled invasive species.
  • Inventory, map, and monitor invasive species.
  • Created invasive species fact sheets.

Show More

12. Research Projects

high Demand
Here's how Research Projects is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Provide technical support for research projects relating to peanut production management and marketing.
  • Field lead on research projects involving amphibians in managed forests; stream and upland amphibian surveys; data management.
  • Collaborated with landowners, private, tribal, and state agencies on restoration and research projects.
  • Assisted in various team research projects related to quarantine pests found in plants.
  • Work setting in support of plant and soil related research projects.
  • Assisted in research projects on invasive species and completed restoration work.
  • Organized and designed research projects for root growth analysis.
  • Maintained all ground around structures and research projects.
  • Study Coordinator for long-range research projects.
  • Implement, plant, maintain, treat, and harvest field studies and bulk acres for all research projects at USDA-ARS-NCARL.
  • Worked directly with physicians, principle investigators and postdoctoral researchers in support of ongoing pre- clinical research projects.
  • supervised research projects and supervised technicians.
  • Work included research projects concerning the biological control of invasive species of plants (no use of pesticides/herbicides/chemical control, etc.
  • Worked on three different federal wildlife research projects including giantgarter snakes, clapper rails, and waterfowl.
  • Worked on research projects under Dr. J. Kiniry.
  • Communicated technical information to the general public on research projects pertaining to Willapa bay fish ecology and burrowing shrimp population status.

Show More

13. UTV

high Demand
Here's how UTV is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Used Truck, Backpack and UTV to spray invasive exotics with herbicides.
  • Calibrated and calculated batch mixes for backpack sprayers and UTV sprayer.
  • Utilized a UTV in the field to spray invasive plants.
  • Applied approved herbicides using backpack sprayers and UTV-mounted sprayers.
  • Used UTV over prairie or hilly environments.
  • Operated utility-transport vehicles (UTVs) and 4 wheel drive vehicles to patrol remote, rough sandy beaches.
  • Used UTV boom sprayers and hand gun sprayers for large patches of invasives.
  • Trained seasonal staff on proper trailering techniques and UTV safety.
  • Received training on backpack and UTV herbicide sprayers.Camp Deer Run1227 county road 4590Winnsboro, TX 75494 United States
  • Patrolled beaches via UTV and 4WD vehicles for nesting Lepidochelys kempii sea turtles.

Show More

14. Data Analysis

high Demand
Here's how Data Analysis is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Conduct evaluation, monitoring and data analysis; research best practices and use quantitative and qualitative analysis to inform.
  • Performed various test and examination procedures, utilizing statistical analysis software for data analysis.
  • Protect the natural resources of the district by collecting field data and conducting data analysis to support park resource management projects.
  • Conduct data analysis and entry in Excel in field laptop at the end of the day.
  • Assist in implementation of field trials, pathology testing, and data analysis.
  • Performed record keeping and data analysis duties.
  • Assist with data analysis and reporting.
  • Used Galaxy, Geneious pro, SMRT portal for data analysis.

Show More

15. Data Management

average Demand
Here's how Data Management is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Performed necessary data management to organize, analyze and generate summary results.
  • Organized and uploaded data to online data management system.
  • Completed study in less time than expected; for such action I was trusted the data management of other investigations.
  • Assisted with data management activities, including a quality assurance program for the ForestGEO census.
  • Adjusted/created new protocols for better data management for some long-term studies.
  • Performed data management responsibilities and kept concise records of animal activity.

Show More

16. Plant Identification

average Demand
Here's how Plant Identification is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Trained personnel on invasive plant identification and removal techniques, safety, and operational leadership.
  • Supervised plant identification and data collection.
  • Keyed, pressed and mounted unknown specimens to species level; assisted in protocol development for plant identification and bear safety.
  • Performed various conservation and resource management duties; plant identification, habitat restoration, bird count and banding.
  • Applied knowledge of plant identification and ecology to set priorities for invasive plant management.
  • Conduct plant identification surveys to gather field data.
  • Trained crew members in plant identification.
  • Plant identification/measurements for pre-burn monitoring locations on Stockton Island.
  • Trained in route finding, orienteering, plant identification, and ecotype identification in order to conduct invasive species risk assessments.
  • Aided in water quality monitoring on the Kenai River; assisted in invasive plant identification of Elodea.
  • Initiated and produced a photographic TES plant identification field manual for the District.
  • Led Daubenmire plant identification surveys and grass usage surveys on grazing allotments.
  • Planned backcountry tours, made maps using Arcmap software, and trained crew members in plant identification and project methodologies.

Show More

17. Restoration Projects

average Demand
Here's how Restoration Projects is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Assist with implementation and planning of salmon habitat and watershed restoration projects.
  • Worked with private landowners, other federal and state agencies, and non-governmental partners to carry out habitat restoration projects.
  • Collected seed for restoration projects throughout the monuments; packed and stored seed in park repository.
  • Worked on restoration projects of planting and collecting of native plants from around the southwest.
  • Worked on several restoration projects to rehab many areas within the Zion National Park.
  • Supervised large groups of volunteers through various restoration projects.
  • Lead stream restoration projects resulting in improved fish habitat.
  • Plan and oversee restoration projects and special events.
  • Sample design and protocol development for efficacy monitoring of meadow, social trail, and abandoned road restoration projects.
  • Led volunteer groups in manual invasive exotics control and restoration projects.
  • Standardized evaluation methods for nekton and plant community restoration projectsLed orientation for 25 high school trainees
  • Assisted with habitat restoration projects being implemented on Bandon Marsh NWR, and Tryon Creek.

Show More

18. Garmin

average Demand
Here's how Garmin is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Collected occurrence and spatial data on rare plant and noxious weeds and mapped vector data with Garmin and Trimble GPS units.
  • Utilized multiple brands of GPS receivers, standard ESRI and Trimble software, and Garmin software.
  • Utilize Garmin products to collect and download field data for use in geoprocessing.
  • Recorded waypoints in Garmin GPS for future location tracking of chemically sprayed plants.
  • Used Garmin and Trimble GPS units to collect and analysis biological data.
  • Use Trimble and Garmin GPS units to navigate to collection sites.
  • Used GPS tools, such as Garmin, Trimble, Terrasync, or similar tools for back country navigation.
  • Used handheld Garmin and Trimble GPS units to collect data of nest locations, and create maps.
  • Collected waypoints of new nest locations utilizing a GPSmap 60Csx Garmin.
  • Used GPS tools (Garmin, Trimble) for backcountry navigation.
  • Use densitometer, enter coordinates and navigate to waypoints on Garmin.
  • Used GPS tools (Garmin, Trimble) for backcountrynavigation.
  • Navigated using handheld Garmin, Thales, Trimble Geo 3 Explorer GPS units for precision geolocation logging.

Show More

19. Weather Conditions

average Demand
Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Worked extensive hours, hiked long distances over ground and through wetlands, in various and sometimes adverse weather conditions.
  • Collected field data, including air and water temperatures, vegetation types, pH, and weather conditions.
  • Worked in a large field crew with a variety of people in various weather conditions.
  • Worked effectively in all types of weather conditions and up to 12 hour days
  • Conducted surveys in variable weather conditions and habitats, including hiking long distances.
  • Worked solo during extreme weather conditions processing fish by measuring and weighing.
  • Worked extended hours on uneven terrain and in variable weather conditions.
  • Exposed to inclement weather conditions, biting insects and wild animals.
  • Monitored weather conditions atop the volcano on lightning watch.

Show More

20. EPA

average Demand
Here's how EPA is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Prepared and maintained project documentation, data and all relative information pertaining to field and laboratory studies.
  • Gathered and prepared field samples and data from experimental field plots for laboratory and statistical analysis.
  • Prepared daily field records and maintained an electronic database of data for various biological projects.
  • Prepared and executed field/laboratory experiments for entomological studies, analyzed data, and prepared reports.
  • Maintain lab equipment, accurately prepare stock solutions and properly document procedures and findings.
  • Collect biological and vegetation specimens and samples and prepares them for laboratory analysis.
  • Use appropriate computer programs to maintain documents and prepare data presentations for scientific presentations
  • Work consists of scouting habitat for invasive vegetation and preparing management plans.
  • Prepared and gave PowerPoint presentations on Refuge overview and water quality program.
  • Prepared microbial assays of fermented, acidified, and minimally processed vegetables.
  • Analyzed information and prepared reports of findings with appropriate recommendations.
  • Prepare various plated and tubed microbiological media using aseptic technique.
  • Prepared reports to summarize information and state pertinent scientific facts.
  • Prepared data for collaborative research, statistical analyses and management.
  • Prepare all experiment organisms for treatment and maintain control populations.
  • Maintained biological research laboratory in safe manner and oversaw repairs.
  • Prepared and applied herbicide to exotic invasive plant infestations.
  • Ensured accurate compilation of detailed records and prepared reports.
  • Prepared a summary of completed Environmental Justice grant projects.
  • Collected and analyzed data and prepared progress reports.

Show More

21. Biology

average Demand
Here's how Biology is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Led University Outreach activities at Baku State University including summer internships and microbiology lecture series.
  • Assisted in research in the molecular nutrition/cancer biology laboratory.
  • Collected and compiled field data regarding Gilded Flicker biology.
  • Researched materials relevant to graduate level food microbiology.
  • Studied reproductive biology and physiology of fish.
  • Conduct independent wildlife biology surveys.
  • Aided with microbiology experiments by inoculating LB agar plates with a variety of microorganisms present in fermented grape juice.
  • Provided technical support for toxicology, biochemistry, and molecular biology program with southern field crop insect pests.
  • Assisted in soil microbiology research by performing a variety of technical duties in the laboratory and field.
  • Gained exposure to various lab safety procedures specific to the processes of plant physiology and microbiology.
  • Researched, developed, and presented material on wildlife biology for formal and informal interpretive programs.
  • Worked with partners and public to educate them of the invasive plants and its biology.
  • Participate on panels to review, interview, and hire biology interns.
  • Set up and breakdown of Biology labs.
  • Provided support with the experimental evaluation of GWSS and parasitoid biology.
  • Conduct educational outreaches about the economic and environmental impact, and the biology of B. Irregularis to the island of Guam.
  • Worked in the NRRL microbiology collections preparing cultures for long term storage via cold storage and lyophilization.
  • Research emphasis: Using molecular biology to study population genetics of black walnut (Juglans nigra) and other Juglans species.

Show More

22. Plant Management

average Demand
Here's how Plant Management is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Engaged in integrative pest management, working closely with a specialized invasive plant management crew.
  • Worked independently to accomplish invasive plant management tasks.
  • Identified exotic and native plant species with an understanding of the principles of exotic plant management.
  • Work on 5-person invasive plant management crew: navigating to sites & removing invasive plants.
  • Worked on the exotic plant management crew to locate and manage invasive plants.

Show More

23. Usda

average Demand
Here's how Usda is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Participated as the USDA-ARS Executive Committee President, Lunch Committee member, and 2015 Field DayCommittee member for our laboratory events.
  • Worked to create novel protocol methods to be used by the USDA, and performed basic lab maintenance.
  • Comply with standardized quality assurance practices for USDA data capture and management.
  • Studied mosquito ecology within USDA.
  • Research Service-North Central Agricultural Research Laboratory (USDA-ARS-NCARL), 2923 Medary Ave.,Brookings, SD 57006.
  • Support staff in the National Germplasm Resources Laboratory at the USDA Beltsville Agricultural Research Center.
  • Comply with Port Authority regulations and assist them with wildlife expertise to develop and maintainrelationships with USDA's cooperators."

Show More

24. Radio Telemetry

average Demand
Here's how Radio Telemetry is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Monitored the movements of Gilded Flickers utilizing radio telemetry within the Lower Colorado River Basin of southern Arizona.
  • Attached radio telemetry belts to a sub population of Oregon Spotted Frogs to determine overwintering locations.
  • Monitor black bear movement using radio telemetry.
  • Work consisted of using radio telemetry and call playback surveys to track tagged pheasants and record their habitat usage.
  • Collected data on juvenile fish densities using seines, gill nets, larval light traps and radio telemetry.
  • Used radio telemetry to locate collared female bison to record location, health, and parturition status.
  • Performed radio telemetry on skunks in West Virginia and from their collars downloaded their GPS-tracked movements.
  • Assist with installation of 40-foot radio telemetry towers, focused on electrical setup and maintenance.
  • Operated four wheel drive vehicles, radio telemetry stations, and set up study boundaries.
  • Conduct radio telemetry studies of wildlife, including state-threatened ornate box turtle species.
  • Conducted radio telemetry tracking on Gilded Flickers outfitted with radio tags.
  • Used radio telemetry to track elk and a wolverine.
  • Track endangered fish on Lake Powell using radio telemetry.
  • Assisted biologists with radio telemetry of water-birds on refuge.
  • Used radio telemetry to follow colonies and observe interactions.
  • Used radio telemetry to locate marked animals.
  • Triangulated night foraginglocations of bats using radio telemetry, and recorded data onto electronic database.
  • Utilized radio telemetry in an effort to locate previously tagged cuckoos and target recapture efforts to retrieve the geolocator.

Show More

25. Vegetation Surveys

average Demand
Here's how Vegetation Surveys is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Conducted vegetation surveys and/or field observations of natural resource conditions in remote field locations.
  • Conducted vegetation surveys, identified and recorded locations of sensitive plants.
  • Conducted vegetation surveys to assess and monitor Lesser Prairie-chicken nesting habitat.
  • Executed aquatic vegetation surveys and reed canary grass surveys.
  • Conduct vegetation surveys and habitat classification.
  • Conducted point counts for species of migratory birds and vegetation surveys from study points on the Mississippi River.
  • Conducted vegetation surveys for habitat assessment of composition, litter depth, and plant height.
  • Identified shrubs, trees, and forbs in order to conduct vegetation surveys on refuge and partner lands.

Show More

26. Fish Species

average Demand
Here's how Fish Species is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Researched capture-recapture PIT tagged endangered fish species for causes of mortality, estimating age of maturity, and examining movement patterns.
  • Tasked with the fabrication and development of experimental fishing methodologies designed to capture invasive fish species.
  • Reviewed literature to determine physiological requirements of fish species in Muddy River system.
  • Identify, measure, tag and collect biological samples of fish species aboard commercial fishing vessels in New England and Alaska.
  • Observe and report on fish species presence/absence, distribution and reproductive conditions in designated survey areas.
  • Used dip nets for the collection and identification of various fish species collected.
  • Collected samples of all native fish species on Fort A.P.
  • Observed counts of other whitefish species including Cisco, Shefish, and Humpbacks.
  • Identified fish species in wadeable streams with the aid of a backpack electro-fisher.

Show More

27. Goshawk

average Demand
Here's how Goshawk is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Performed surveys to determine presence for NorthernGoshawk, Wood Turtles, and various other species of special concern.
  • Surveyed forest property for potential habitat for Northern Goshawks, White-headed Woodpeckers, and Northern Idaho Ground Squirrels.
  • Conducted Northern Goshawk, California Spotted Owl and Willow Flycatcher surveys for the Lake Tahoe Base Management Unit.
  • Performed goshawk surveys utilizing forms and protocol developed and refined from 2007 (approximately 1 month total).
  • Conduct Spotted Owl, and Northern Goshawk protocol surveys to detect occupation, nesting, and reproduction.
  • Installed and monitored remote cameras at spotted owl and goshawk activity centers and pine marten dens.
  • Conducted escapement and snorkel surveys for salmon, as well as Goshawk and rare plant surveys.
  • Performed broadcast acoustical surveys (BAS) at selected sites and wrote narratives on goshawk behavior.
  • Conducted nesting surveys for several raptor species, including Northern Spotted Owls and Northern Goshawks.
  • Conduct wildlife surveys on Spotted Owl and Northern Goshawks, by calling at designated points.
  • Inventoried red-pine stands slated for clear-cut for the presence of nesting northern goshawk.
  • Backpack into remote field sites to conduct spotted owl and northern goshawk surveys.
  • Conducted presence and absence surveys on Northern Goshawks to obtain population estimates.
  • Led Intensive Search Surveys for Northern Goshawks nest sites.
  • Surveyed for Northern Goshawks according to protocol.
  • Located & documented a pair of adult N. Goshawk (Accipier gentilis) & an active nest on a timber sale.

Show More

28. RNA

average Demand
Here's how RNA is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Published results in a paper submitted and accepted in the scientific journal Biological Invasions and additionally presented results in numerous symposiums.
  • Participated in Michigan Natural Features Vernal Pool Mapping and Monitoring Project Training.
  • Developed effective professional working relationships with internal and external partners.
  • Assisted external stakeholders with planning Environmental Justice outreach efforts.
  • Participate in weekly Journal Club presentations.
  • Trained in-house personnel on modified techniques and proper handling of a RNA based capture procedure to be sequenced on the MiSeq.
  • Introduced several functional genes into tomato plants Isolated and stocked significant volumes of RNA from various varieties of apples
  • Collected fish weight data during local Bass Tournaments held for public and military participants.
  • Drafted reports, newsletters, articles and brochures for educational programs and external partnerships.
  • Collected and processed water samples for in-house analysis and shipment to external labs.
  • Radio tracked five Great Mastiff bats to locate maternal roost in Grand Canyon.
  • Authored standard operating procedures, job hazard analyses, and journal articles.
  • Map production for internal and external use.
  • Follow research protocols on germination tests and vernalization requirements.
  • Assisted university cannabis researchers with procedure for isolating trichomes, and helped with tissue specific RNA level testing in different strains.
  • Utilized Husqvarna chainsaws to girdle mature red pines for the creation of snags for black-backed woodpeckers and other wildlife.
  • Control sea lamprey by using lampricides or alternatives such as barriers, trapping and pheromones.
  • Designed the initial experimental procedures which led to 2007 Journal of Food Science (Vol.
  • Studied inhibition of platelet aggregation by supernates from human stored red blood.
  • Assist in water use efficiency in microclimates in alternative cropping systems.

Show More

29. Usgs

low Demand
Here's how Usgs is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Established and identified breeding birds by sight and sound along USGS breeding bird survey routes.
  • Research was a joint effort between USFWS and USGS, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center.
  • Collected and processed water samples at USGS for Bacteria Alert program.
  • Utilized county Platt books and USGS quadrangle maps for navigation and to determine landownership.
  • Conducted stream discharge bridge & wading measurements for USGS stream gages.
  • Monitor USGS flow stations to determine cfs of local streams.
  • Involved in the USGS Elwha River dive survey.
  • Installed, calibrated and maintained various water quality equipment, including installation of YSI sondes alongside USGS streamflow infrastructure.
  • Installed and troubleshooted USGS streamflow gage infrastructure (hardware and software).

Show More

30. Crew Members

low Demand
Here's how Crew Members is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Crew members were required to hike off trail with heavy packs, sometimes in extremely hot weather or through thick vegetation.
  • Provided instruction and training, ensuring a high standard of protocol among new crew members.
  • Worked closely with crew members in small teams in determining reproductive status of spotted owls.
  • Organized and directed vegetation-based field duties, while training and supervising three crew members.
  • Supervised and trained up to six crew members at a time.
  • Identified the strengths and preferences of individual crew members and delegated work opportunitiesaccordingly.
  • Preserve, operated buggies for work purposes Effectively communicated, worked, and lived with crew members
  • Planned, organized, and led crew members to accomplish dailyvegetation field work.
  • Be proactive in fostering a positive work environment amongst crew members.

Show More

31. Remote Locations

low Demand
Here's how Remote Locations is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Collected data on plants, fish, wildlife and their habitats in a variety of conditions in remote locations.
  • Traveled to and camped at remote locations in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest to conduct vegetation monitoring.
  • Hauled mist net equipment to remote locations in predawn hours and established netting lanes.
  • Located radio tagged individuals via foot and vehicle at remote locations.
  • 2009Surveyed seabirds in remote locations, analyzed population data, conductedaerial surveys
  • Accessed backcountry terrain to remote locations in riparian, grassland, shrub land, and forest areas using 4WD vehicles.

Show More

32. Powerpoint

low Demand
Here's how Powerpoint is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Utilized Microsoft Word, Access, PowerPoint and Excel to compile and analyze data collected in the field.
  • Experienced with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PeakSimple.
  • Have scanned and logged mortalities using portable scanners and basic Excel use as well as PowerPoint usage.
  • Created PowerPoint and other support media for presentation of research to PhD research leads.
  • Coordinated monthly training sessions Created training presentations utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel

Show More

33. Hand Tools

low Demand
Here's how Hand Tools is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Operated bobcats, muck trucks, tillers, backpack sprayers, portable pumps, line trimmers, and hand tools.
  • Controlled exotic invasive plant species through chemical, manual, and mechanical means via herbicide application and hand tools.
  • Operated manual transmission vehicles, portable pumps, line trimmers, tillers, fire hoses, and hand tools.
  • Assisted the BLM with a prescribed burn by utilizing drip torches and hand tools, Sept. 2015.
  • Conducted noxious weed surveys treated areas by the use of hand tools and chemical treatment.
  • Assisted with pest plant control program using hand tools and backpack sprayers containing herbicide.
  • Remove invasive plant species using hand tools, herbicides, and biological controls.
  • Trouble shot equipment problems using tools such as general hand tools.
  • Conducted meadow restoration using chainsaws and hand tools.
  • Modified meadows using chainsaw and hand tools.
  • Handle power tool and hand tools safety.
  • Use hand tools to encourage alder regeneration and create early successional habitat for Golden Winged Warblers.
  • Plant native trees and shrubs using hand tools, install protective tubing (tubex).
  • brush cutters, sharpening hand tools, etc.).

Show More

34. Usfws

low Demand
Here's how Usfws is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Completed Willow Flycatcher survey protocol training to be listed on a Federal Endangered Species Recovery Permit required by USFWS.
  • Learned to gain private landowner support and cooperation with land management practices that coincided with USFWS goals and objectives.
  • Conducted USFWS protocol level surveys to determine presence and reproductive status of Northern Spotted owls and Great Grey Owls.
  • Completed Willow Flycatcher & Yellow Billed Cuckoo surveys according to USFWS and USBR protocol.
  • Followed extensive permit requirements as part of USFWS Endangered Species permit.
  • Experienced electro shocking, seining, and field netting fish with the visiting USFWS field crew.

Show More

35. GEL Electrophoresis

low Demand
Here's how GEL Electrophoresis is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Quantified various biological components using CE, gel electrophoresis, GC-MS, ACE extractor, and N2 analyzer.
  • Identified hybrid cultivars using starch gel electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing.
  • Used column chromatography, spectrophotometers, centrifuges, autoclaves, pH meters and gel electrophoresis.

Show More

36. Elisa

low Demand
Here's how Elisa is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Tested feral swine serum samples with an ELISAs on a monthly basis for influenza A virus.
  • Performed purification and quantification of plant hormones using an immunoabsorbent assay (ELISA).
  • Performed ELISA tests on thrips to determine the incidence of tomato spotted wilt virus.
  • Optimize and perform ELISAs with and without avidity using various antigens.
  • Conducted protein expression, purification, and analysis for ELISA development.

Show More

37. Experimental Data

low Demand
Here's how Experimental Data is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Keep detailed records of experimental data, tabulates statistically analyzes and summarizes data using personal computers and software package.
  • Collected, analyzed, and developed graphs that summarized our experimental data for publication.
  • Provided ready access to all experimental data for the faculty researcher and supervisor.
  • Collected and organized experimental data using MS-Excel.
  • Collected and compiled experimental data.
  • Collected experimental data for plant community dynamics, wildlife habitat, and fire ecology studies.
  • Maintain healthy insect colonies, track observations and experimental data.

Show More

38. Data Sheets

low Demand
Here's how Data Sheets is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Managed processes and procedures for data entry, data verification and filing data sheets to ensure accuracy of records and reports.
  • Identified the number of eggs, nymphs and adults present per plant by dissection procedures and recorded onto data sheets.
  • Collected specimen and filled out data sheets to provide data for computer model calculations.
  • Developed protocols, field guides and data sheets.
  • Maintained data sheets for study animals observed for signs of Chronic Wasting Disease.
  • Designed and maintained data sheets and SOPs (standard operating procedures) for experiments.

Show More

39. Rough Terrain

low Demand
Here's how Rough Terrain is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Demonstrated ability to work extended hours in rough terrain and harsh weather conditions carrying a 30-lb backpack sprayer.
  • Conducted extensive field work requiring hiking long distances in rough terrain while carrying a heavy pack.
  • Hiked through rough terrain and navigated with GPS, compass, and topographic maps.
  • Worked in remote settings, on rough terrain, and in extreme weather conditions.
  • Navigated crew safely through rough terrain using map, compass, and GPS unit.
  • Used GPS and map reading skills in rough terrain and adverse weather conditions.
  • Hiked and navigated over rough terrain on and off trail.
  • Carried heavy (>50 pound) equipment (electrofishers, batteries, antennas) in remote settings over rough terrain.
  • Worked in steep and rough terrain.Range Technician/ Dispatcher - (Interagency Fire Center).

Show More

40. General Public

low Demand
Here's how General Public is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Interacted with the general public to answer questions, give direction and guidance, and opening/closing seasonal gates.
  • Led interpretive tours of natural and cultural resource sites for the general public and student groups.
  • Used community outreach and education to inform the general public about shore birds on Maine beaches.
  • Exhibited outreach and information to the general public or school groups at targeted events.
  • Represent USFWS during field operations; interaction with general public.
  • Present technical and nontechnical information to the general public or park personnel about ecologicalmonitoring data and interpretation.

Show More

41. Noxious Weeds

low Demand
Here's how Noxious Weeds is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Conducted intuitive controlled surveys for rare, native plants and noxious weeds in Forest project areas.
  • Identify and remove various noxious weeds plants and seeds manually from numerous locations.
  • Calibrated backpack sprayers, mixed herbicides, kept record of noxious weeds treated.
  • Identified non-native noxious weeds on Flathead Reservation;.

Show More

42. Cell Culture

low Demand
Here's how Cell Culture is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Supported cell culture work involving tissue culture and cell-cell fusion assay development.
  • Facilitate cell culturing activities, such as cell feeding, cell culture expansion, and cell transferring.
  • Experience with mammalian cell culture and obtaining mammalian samples through phlebotomy procedures and organ/tissue harvesting.
  • Experience using large scale, automated cell culture- autovaxes and ex-cell-erators.

Show More

43. Scientific Data

low Demand
Here's how Scientific Data is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Applied principles of experimentation and scientific methodology required in acquiring scientific data.
  • Organized and entered scientific data into established databases.
  • Collected and recorded scientific data.
  • Perform computer data entry, editing and retrieval tasks in the processing of scientific data using MS Excel and MS Access.
  • Verify the accuracy of scientific data entries & retrievals, and maintain data integrity and verify accuracy of entered data.
  • Used computer spreadsheet programs(MS Access, Excel) to manage scientific data.
  • Collected scientific data to assess ecosystem impact of fire on federal lands.
  • Organized, entered, and summarized scientific data.
  • Used computer softwarespreadsheet programs (Microsoft Access, Excel) to manage scientific data.
  • Used computer software spreadsheet programs (Microsoft Access, Excel) to managescientific data.

Show More

44. Government Vehicles

low Demand
Here's how Government Vehicles is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Obtained government driver's license, drove government vehicles to worksites, purchased fuel at approved stations and recorded all transactions.
  • Required safely driving government vehicles, including towing trailers.
  • Operated and maintained government vehicles.
  • Process and sort insects collected in traps requiring the use of government vehicles to reach several locations.
  • Performed office duties, as well as maintained government vehicles.
  • Operated 4x4 government vehicles in all types of weather and road conditions at remote locations.

Show More

45. Information System

low Demand
Here's how Information System is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Analyze habitat use and survival using Geographic Information Systems and Global Positioning Systems.
  • Conduct spatial analysis and planning using geographical information systems.
  • Gathered and compiled data on wildlife damage and hazards into Management Information System (MIS).
  • Use Geographic Positioning Systems, Geographic Information Systems, and Excel to summarize data.
  • Create maps & upload data using Geographic Information System.
  • Assembled, edited, and geoprocessed geo-spatial data with geographic information systems.

Show More

46. Native Plants

low Demand
Here's how Native Plants is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Participated in numerous federal outreach programs pertaining to resource conservation and the Integrated Pest Management of non-native plants.
  • Maintained greenhouse, nursery and restoration sites to optimize the growth and seed production yield of multiple species of native plants.
  • Surveyed recreation lands with GPS for illegal vehicle use, documented locations and re-vegetated those areas using native plants.
  • Assisted supervisor in managing daily functions, including seed collecting, producing and maintaining up to 35,000 native plants.
  • Developed Procedure for propagation of native plants from seeds to transplant in native riparian area.
  • Removed exotic weeds and controlled non-native plants by using both mechanical means and herbicides.
  • Restore disturbed areas with native plants previously salvaged or grown in greenhouse.
  • Extracted, potted and cared for native plants for later re-vegetation work.
  • Assisted in construction of greenhouses for the reintroduction of native plants.
  • Used field guides to identify native and non-native plants species.
  • Surveyed for and identified invasive and native plants.
  • Planted native plants in erosion prone areas.
  • Identified native and non-native plants of Grand Teton National Park, the Colorado Plateau, and Great Basin Desert.

Show More

47. Database

low Demand
Here's how Database is used in Biological Science Technician jobs:
  • Conducted database queries to generate species-specific data compilations required for statistical determination of native population densities and relative abundance.
  • Characterized habitat structures where field sampling occurred and input the information into database format.
  • Recorded data on rugged Windows Tablets in access databases while operating watercraft.
  • Enter biological data into databases and maintains records for later analysis.
  • Developed basic record keeping and database entry skills using Microsoft Access
  • Compiled information into a database that included multiple states.
  • Developed database for research and evaluation on long-term basis.
  • Initiated and established database filing systems per agency guidelines.
  • Entered and organized collected data into Access databases.
  • Organized data into existing databases according to protocol.
  • Entered data collected into Microsoft Access databases.
  • Processed data and updated database with modifications.
  • Entered all information into Lotus database.
  • Managed statistics database and data entry.
  • Entered data into WordPerfect database.
  • Maintained large publication referencing databases.
  • Maintained and organized computer databases.
  • Performed corporate database maintenance duties.
  • Extracted nematode specimens from soil samples, remounted old nematode slides, and entered vital information into USDA nematode collection database.
  • Analyzed meat and other food product for there iron content for the creation of a consumer database of iron containing foods.

Show More

20 Most Common Skill for a Biological Science Technician

Lab Equipment20%
Habitat16.3%
Water Samples8.6%
Data Collection6.7%
Natural Resources5.4%
Data Entry4.9%
GIS4.5%
DNA3.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Biological Science Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Lab Equipment
Lab Equipment
14.8%
14.8%
2
2
Habitat
Habitat
12.1%
12.1%
3
3
Water Samples
Water Samples
6.3%
6.3%
4
4
Data Collection
Data Collection
5%
5%
5
5
Natural Resources
Natural Resources
4%
4%
6
6
Data Entry
Data Entry
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
GIS
GIS
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
DNA
DNA
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
PCR
PCR
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
ATV
ATV
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Invasive Species
Invasive Species
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Research Projects
Research Projects
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
UTV
UTV
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Data Management
Data Management
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Plant Identification
Plant Identification
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Restoration Projects
Restoration Projects
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Garmin
Garmin
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
EPA
EPA
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Biology
Biology
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Plant Management
Plant Management
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Usda
Usda
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Radio Telemetry
Radio Telemetry
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Vegetation Surveys
Vegetation Surveys
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Fish Species
Fish Species
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Goshawk
Goshawk
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
RNA
RNA
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Usgs
Usgs
1%
1%
30
30
Crew Members
Crew Members
1%
1%
31
31
Remote Locations
Remote Locations
1%
1%
32
32
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1%
1%
33
33
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1%
1%
34
34
Usfws
Usfws
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
GEL Electrophoresis
GEL Electrophoresis
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Elisa
Elisa
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Experimental Data
Experimental Data
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Data Sheets
Data Sheets
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
Rough Terrain
Rough Terrain
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
General Public
General Public
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Noxious Weeds
Noxious Weeds
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
Cell Culture
Cell Culture
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Scientific Data
Scientific Data
0.7%
0.7%
44
44
Government Vehicles
Government Vehicles
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Information System
Information System
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Native Plants
Native Plants
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
Database
Database
0.6%
0.6%

3,913 Biological Science Technician Jobs

Where do you want to work?