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Natural Resource Policy Analysts

Oct. 31, 2017, 3:21 p.m.

To become a natural resource policy analyst, you first need to determine if this career will suit you. If you are interested in a lucrative career in public policy, you have the patience to meticulously analyze policy related statistics, and you are ready to accept the level of responsibility that comes with preparing advice used in the public policy decision making process, then a career as a natural resource policy analyst is well suited for you.

 

Who is Natural Resource Policy Analyst ?


Natural resource policy analysts are responsible for leading in the development of management policies and legislation pertaining to land use, natural resources, fish and wildlife.

 

Education Needed to Become a Natural Resource Policy Analyst


The education needed to become a natural resource policy analyst can vary greatly depending on many factors, such as the analyst’s level of experience, where they work and many others.
 
Typically, the minimum educational requirement needed to become a natural resources policy analyst is a bachelor’s degree in a field such as natural resource policy management, environmental science, environmental studies or environmental engineering. Having a degree in political science or public administration can also be of great value in this career.
 
A bachelor’s level education is typically only acceptable if you have a significant amount of work experience in the field of natural resource policy at various levels.
 
Since this career is one that requires a great deal of expertise in the subject of natural resource policy, a master’s degree or doctoral degree in one of the aforementioned fields is typically what you would need to become a natural resource policy analyst.

 

Skills Needed to Become a Natural Resources Policy Analyst


It takes more than a great education and a job opportunity to succeed as a natural resource policy analyst, you also need the right skill set to meet all of the challenges this job will bring. Some skills helpful in this career include:
 
• Must be able to conduct research independently
• Must be able to utilize different methods of obtaining data
• Must be able to prepare thorough reports based on findings
• Must be able to work well independently, yet also in groups
• Need patience in order to focus on one set of data for long periods of time
• Must be able to read and absorb complex information 

 

Who Hires Natural Resource Policy Analysts?
 

Natural resource policy analysts are typically employed by the following types of organizations:
 
• Federal, provincial/state and municipal governments
• Universities and colleges
• Environmental and conservation organizations
• Self employed (consultant)



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