Job Type: Permanent
Salary Details: $41,804 – $46,145
Deadline: Sep 29, 2023
This position requires the ability to work independently with minimal supervision, well-developed multi-tasking skills, attention to detail, and the desire/ability to engage in physically challenging field work.
Lead the implementation of monitoring activities on conservation lands; ensure quality control of field data. Assist with the development of habitat monitoring projects, studies, and protocols. Follow protocols designed for monitoring project-specific and properties management objectives. Maintain accurate records through data collection (both on paper and electronically), notebook transcription, updating activity logs, and data management. Analyze, summarize, and report upon monitoring efforts. Supervise up to three field technicians as necessary to complete monitoring activities. Assist with fish salvages as necessary.
Working knowledge of habitat requirements of mid-Columbia anadromous salmonids. Fish identification, with particular emphasis on salmonids is desirable. Familiarity with common pacific northwest riparian plant species and/or the ability to identify vegetation. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Qualified candidates will be comfortable summarizing and reporting upon monitoring efforts, as well as presenting results internally and to program partners.
Benefits include: Excellent medical insurance with low annual maximum-out-of-pocket costs, plus vision and dental. Available flex spending plan for daycare and medical costs. Also available are numerous supplemental insurance packages. 401(k) retirement with up to 5% employer matching after one year of employment. Eleven days of paid holidays and personal time off (PTO) accruing at 130 hrs annually with increases after three years of service.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested applicants may apply at https://warmsprings-nsn.gov/job-opportunities/
Position Number: 708274
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org