Temporary AIS Technicians (multiple positions)- Nebraska

Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Alliance, Ogallala, Loup City/Burwell, North Platte
Job Category
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Last Date to Apply
These positions will be tasked with many duties related to fisheries management and aquatic resource conservation. Focus of this position will be conducting watercraft inspections on assigned waterbodies and if necessary, completing boat decontaminations as part of the statewide Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Program. Other AIS-related duties will include the following: Sampling assigned waterbodies for Zebra Mussel early detection; Educating the public to prevent both the spread and introduction of AIS; Assisting the AIS Program Manager with AIS detection surveys, sample collections and control treatments; and sampling waterbodies for aquatic plants. Position may assist with fisheries management activities as needed. Individuals will also be expected to conduct equipment maintenance, outdoor education programs, and other related responsibilities as assigned by the AIS Program Manager and area Fisheries staff. These positions will require weekend and holiday work, and work in adverse weather conditions.
15 semester hours or the equivalent of post high school coursework/training in fisheries management, wildlife management, natural resources and/or biology and 12 months experience in wildlife, recreation, or fisheries management.
Contact Person
Kristopher Stahr, AIS Program Manager
Contact Phone
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