Do you enjoy working in a face-paced, team-oriented, friendly environment with room to grow? If so, this job may be for you! Apply today and join our team of fisheries professionals.
Coordinate fish inventory projects for the Umpqua River Basin. Conduct fish monitoring activities such as boat electro-fishing, trap-netting and gill-netting on lakes and reservoirs as well as snorkeling surveys, smolt-trapping operations, and adult spawning ground surveys on rivers and streams. Operate and maintain multiple adult fish traps and fish ladders throughout the district. Compile data summaries on all fish inventory projects. Coordinate inventory methods and projects with other statewide projects. Coordinate with various agencies on permit reviews and land use issues. Work with other agencies and ODFW staff to ensure fish passage rules are followed for stream crossing projects and other work that may impact fish passage.
Requires two years’ biological experience with one year of at least two of the following: gathering data, analyzing data, or preparing reports; and a Bachelor's degree in Fisheries/Wildlife Science or closely-related Bachelor's degree or three additional years of biological experience. A Master’s/Doctorate degree will substitute for some experience.
Apply online at: https://oregon.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SOR_External_Career_Site/job/Roseburg--ODFW/Natural-Resource-Specialist-2--Assistant-District-Fish-Biologist-_REQ-63547 or www.odfw.com/hr
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