Sampling fish in streams throughout Georgia using backpack electrofishing and seining techniques, completing habitat and water quality assessments, repairing and maintaining sampling equipment, assisting with grounds work, data entry, life history and fish distribution research, and other duties as assigned. Daily and overnight (1-3 nights per week) travel may be required. Field work days frequently extend beyond eight hours. Lodging, travel reimbursement, sampling gear, and uniforms provided.
The duration of the position is 6 months from the start date.
Individuals with an interest in fisheries management, stream ecology, and/or ichthyology are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be capable of performing long days of strenuous work in adverse conditions.
Complete the DNR Application of Employment
You must specify which position(s) you are applying for on your application:
Position 1) Seasonal Tech. 1, must be available to start in early April
Position 2) Seasonal Tech. 1, must be available to start in mid-May
Position 3) Seasonal Tech. 1, must be available to start in early June
Please send the completed application and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the address listed below. Interviews will be held on April 1-2 in Social Circle GA.
Fisheries Technician III
Fisheries Management/Stream Survey Program
2065 US Highway 278 SE
Social Circle, GA 30025