Volunteer position, but travel to Alaska is covered, field food and travel costs provided as well as a per diem allowance.
Last Date to Apply
Appointments will extend from three to four months beginning May 2015. Projects involve monitoring salmon runs using fish weirs, digital video equipment, and sonar; conducting abundance estimates of resident fish species; and sampling water quality. Technicians will perform field work at various locations throughout the Yukon River Basin, including remote areas in the Alaskan bush. Travel to field camps is primarily by small aircraft or boat. Please note that these positions are for the adventurous as harsh weather, an abundance of biting insects, and remote living conditions can be challenging. However, this rare opportunity to work with intact assemblages of native fish species, while surrounded by abundant wildlife and pristine wilderness, will more than compensate the tolerant individual.
People with education and/or field experience related to biology, fisheries biology, wildlife biology, or natural resource management are encouraged to apply.
Interested applicants should send an up-to-date resume and a recent copy of their transcripts to Aaron Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.