Responsible for planning, coordination, design, implementation, monitoring, and maintenance of conservation and restoration stewardship projects within the Tribes “usual and accustomed area” (U&A). The primary emphasis for this position is riparian restoration (including invasive species management and planting of native vegetation) along with other stewardship activities on lands owned by Tulalip and managed by the Environmental Department for salmon habitat and natural process function. Responsible for management of grants and Tribal funds used to implement stewardship and restoration projects. Responsible to help develop and implement a land stewardship strategy for Environmental Department managed lands, along with any associated stewardship monitoring. Assist other programs and staff with restoration projects, and will manage fish passage barrier removal and salmon habitat enhancement projects.
MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION
Bachelor Degree in fisheries science, aquatic ecology, forest ecology, biology, wetland, environmental science, or natural resources-oriented field.
MINIMUM RELATED EXPERIENCE
Two (2) years working in a natural resources-oriented field.
One (1) year working with or for a natural resources project implementation crew.
Two (2) years and/or supervisory role. preferred
One (1) year experience in conservation land stewardship maintenance. preferred
WA State Driver’s License and must adhere to the Motor Vehicle Regulation (Personal Automobile Insurance & Abstract Required)
Must complete an Agility exam to determine if physically capable of performing job duties
Pesticide/SPI License for herbicide application. Must complete within one (1) year from date of hire.
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: This is a regular Full-Time position.