The Upper Peninsula Stream Restoration Manager collaborates with state and federal agencies and local communities on planning, assessment, design, construction and monitoring of aquatic habitat restoration projects that benefit coldwater resources. Projects occur within and adjacent to National Forest Systems lands and other public or private lands. Projects will provide multiple benefits to aquatic systems and local communities including flood resiliency, improvement of aquatic habitat and water quality, and protection of aquatic health and biodiversity.
• Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree a plus.
• Professional experience in project management and river restoration required.
• Demonstrated ability to plan, implement, and supervise stream restoration projects.
• Ability to work with a diverse group of stakeholders.
• Working knowledge of principles and practices of fisheries and aquatic resource management.
• Experience in writing and administering grants.
• Excellent organizational and problem-solving abilities.
• Ability to work independently and take initiative.
• Good written and oral communication skills.
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