Job Type: Temporary
Salary Details: $21.43 hourly
Deadline: May 14, 2023

Job Summary: This position will be working as a member of the Tulalip Beaver Project team with Tulalip Tribes Wildlife Program staff from approximately May to November. The selected technician will work on all aspects of the project, including beaver trapping, handling, and release, environmental monitoring, site assessment, and data collection, management, and analysis. Primary duties will consist of handling wild animals and collecting data in remote areas of the Snohomish and Stillaguamish Watersheds in Western Washington and the qualified applicant must be willing to work occasional weekends and 10-12 hour days, beginning early morning and working into the evening.

Minimum Required Education

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent
  • Completed or pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in an Environmental field with at least two years of completed coursework related to Wildlife Biology, Habitat Restoration, Aquatic Ecosystems, or Natural Resources. *Transcripts required

Minimum Related Experience

  • Six (6) months experience with data collection, management, and analysis
  • Six (6) months experience in small to large mammal trapping and handling
  • Six (6) months experience in animal husbandry
  • Experience in Pacific Northwest ecosystems, flora and fauna ID preferred

Required Licenses/Certifications/Prerequisites

  • WA State Driver’s License and must adhere to the Motor Vehicle Regulations (Abstract Required)
  • Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check

Terms of Employment:  This is a seasonal contracted position.

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