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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is excited to announce a permanent opening for a Fish and Wildlife Manager 1 (Roaring River Hatchery Manager), located in Scio, Oregon.
This position will run all hatchery operations at this facility and supervise 3 full time stuff, in addition to multiple volunteers. To view a complete job posting and to apply visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/2305472/fish-and-wildlife-manager-1-roaring-river-hatchery-manager?keywords=odfw&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
Please note: this position closes on 2/4/2019
• An Associate's degree in Fisheries Technology, Aquaculture or Aquarium Science and three years and six months of fish culture (care of fish) experience (eighteen months of fisheries, wildlife or related habitat work experience will count toward this experience); OR
• A Bachelor's degree in Fisheries Science or a closely-related Bachelor's degree with at least 45 quarter (30 semester) hours of biological/ecological coursework and two years of fish culture (care of fish) experience (twelve months of fisheries, wildlife or related habitat work experience will count toward this experience); OR
• Five years of fish culture (care of fish) experience (two years of fisheries, wildlife or related habitat work experience will count toward this experience).
This experience must have included two years of lead work or supervisory experience.
Note: Your application materials must clearly describe how you meet these qualifications. Answers to the supplemental questions must be supported by the "Work Experience" section of your Oregon E-Recruit application.
Note: You will be required to provide a copy of your official or unofficial transcripts (online transcripts are acceptable) during the selection process that show your name, the name/address of the institution, coursework with passing grades, and degree conferred (including date), if you are using education to qualify.
Preference will be given to applicants with experience:
• Working with Trout, Salmon and Steelhead and Triploid Trout
• Writing summary and annual reports
• Using Microsoft Word
• Using Microsoft Excel
• Developing budgets and tracking cost expenditures
• Supervising staff
• Managing hatchery operations