Starting May/June 2016, the hydro-biogeochemistry group at the University of Washington in Seattle (http://faculty.washington.edu/rbneum/) has an opening for a summer field technician. The technician will be working at a field site located in Fairbanks, AK on a project investigating methane production and methane oxidation in a thermokarst bog. The site in the Bonanza Creek LTER research forest (http://www.lter.uaf.edu/) and is part of the Alaska Peatland Experiment (APEX — http://www.uoguelph.ca/Apex/APEX/Home.html).
This is a permanent full-time Fish & Wildlife Health Specialist position in the Fish Program, Science Division.The duty station is the Region 1 Office, located at 2315 North Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA 99216-1566
Routinely monitor and evaluate health of finfish, primarily at WDFW hatcheries but also at cooperative facilities, and in wild fish populations. Recommend best possible treatments currently available to: control disease; institute disease prevention programs; recommend modifications in rearing parameters and fish cultural practices to prevent disease; and perform applied research for improving the health of finfish at WDFW hatcheries.
Long Live the Kings (LLTK), a local non-profit dedicated to salmon conservation in the Northwest, is hiring a Salmon Recovery Projects Assistant in their Seattle office. The job announcement is below and can be found on their website.
Position opening: SALMON RECOVERY PROJECTS ASSISTANT
Deadline: MARCH 21, 2016
Attached please find an announcement for a term hydrologist position at the USGS in Anchorage for a GS-7 or 9 (post bachelors or post masters) to work on a study of stream hydrology, biogeochemistry, and fish ecology at the boreal-arctic transition in Alaska. The position will be open on USAjobs between February 22nd and 26th.
Upcoming Hydrologist Vacancy Announcement
U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
A great job for a Habitat Fisheries Biologist–Project Manager just opened up at the Warm Springs’ John Day Basin Office. Applications will be open until March 21:
THE CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION OF OREGON
BRANCH OF NATURAL RESOURCES – Fisheries Department – John Day Basin Office
320 W Main Street, John Day, OR 97845
Now Hiring for Spring 2016. Multiple positions available, ranging from 1 to 5 weekdays per week! Apply Today.
Marine Science Instructors
Pacific Marine Research is a non-profit education organization seeking employees and volunteers to participate in a school field trip program based in Seattle.
Marine Science Afloat Program
Fishery Biologist II – data analysis.
The salary of $23.44/hr. It is a fulltime position at the NWFSC in Seattle, WA from Dec 1 2015 to Sept 30, 2016.
This position involves modeling upstream migration timing and survival in Columbia River salmon and steelhead.
Title: Fisheries Tech III
Agency: Kalispel Tribe of Indians
Location: Usk, WA
Closing Date: 16/02/2016 or until filled
The incumbent of this position will work under the direction of the Fisheries Technician IV+ as a journey-level technician with a high
level of independence. Duties will include assisting fisheries technicians, biologists, and program managers in data collection and data
entry, and conducting fisheries conservation and management protection, monitoring, and enhancement actions.
Are you an undergraduate science student at the UW – physical sciences, biological sciences, environmental sciences, ChemE or BioE, social sciences, and looking for a part-time, full-time, and/or an internship opportunity? You don’t want to miss our annual Science Job & Internship Recruiting Expo!
Science Job & Internship Recruiting Expo
Thursday, January 28, 2016
2:00-5:00pm, MGH Commons
*Job Opening – Seasonal Research Assistant ____*
The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve is seeking qualified
applicants for a full-time (40 hours per week) seasonal Research
Assistant position.The position will last for five months from
approximately March 21, 2016 to August 19, 2016.____
During the first 10 weeks the position will support ongoing monitoring
of diadromous fish species in Southern Maine rivers.