Sitka Tribe of Alaska Environmental Program
Biological Science Technician
Salary Range: $18.50-$21.00
Department: Resource Protection Department
Prepared By: Environmental Program Manager
Reports to: Environmental Program Manager
Approved by: General Manager
Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30pm
The Sitka Tribe of Alaska is seeking a Biological Science Technician to assist with multiple projects within STA’s Fisheries and Environmental Programs.
We are currently recruiting for some interns to support ongoing and upcoming research projects at Abernathy Fish Technology Center. These are 12-month paid internships coordinated through SCA and are AmeriCorps eligible, so student loan forgiveness is one additional perk. Application period is open now with target start date of August 2016.
These internships might be ideal for a recent graduate (BA/BS) who wants to get some experience before contemplating grad school, etc.
NORTH PACIFIC GROUNDFISH OBSERVER
Currently recruiting for a training that will begin 8/1/16
Are you looking for a financially rewarding career that offers independence, adventure and practical experience in field biology? Do you want to play a critical role in the conservation and management of fisheries resources? If so, then Alaskan Observers Inc. (AOI) has the perfect job for you!
Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral research scientist position in the area of marine ecosystem modelling. The incumbent will work to implement an individual-based-model (IBM), representing larval and juvenile salmon, into an existing Salish Sea plankton ecosystem ROMS model to simulate their migration and feeding behaviour in the Strait of Georgia. Research will be conducted at the Institute Ocean Sciences in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada.
Position Announcement: Watershed Restoration Specialist for the MidCoast Watersheds Council
Full-time position: initial Salary $35,000- $38,000
Applications due March 21st, 2016
The MidCoast Watersheds Council (Council), an Oregon non-profit 501(c)3 organization based in Newport, Oregon,
is dedicated to improving the health of streams and watersheds of Oregon’s central coast so they produce clean
water, rebuild healthy salmon populations, and support a healthy ecosystem and economy.
We’re recruiting for a two-year postdoctoral position in Norway on the project “SkagCore – A century of change: ecological responses to pollution, climate, and other stressors on the Skagerrak coast”. The position is at the University of Agder, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Oslo, NIVA, IMR, and some international researchers (like myself).
This project involves working with a good research team and a treasure trove of datasets (90+ years of survey data on coastal fish communities, decades of benthic community surveys, sediment core data, etc).
Seattle’s Premier Seafood Market seeks full-time “fish monger” for our busy Fishermen’s Terminal location. Part-time employment may be available for qualified candidates. We are looking for a self-motivated and hard-working individual to join our team. Customer service is a must. Duties will include customer service in store and on the phone; moving, loading and unloading incoming and outgoing seafood (must be physically able to move heavy boxes).
Field Technician in Freshwater Fish Ecology – University of Washington (April to July, 2016)
We are looking for a field technician to join the Freshwater Ecology and Conservation Laboratory (Dr. Julian Olden, University of Washington) for several months to assist with a series of field projects in Arizona, California, and Washington. Projects include the investigation of the community ecology and distribution of native and non-native fishes in the Lower Colorado River basin (Arizona), population biology of fishes in the Santa Margarita and Salinas River basins (California), and fish and plant surveys in the Chehalis River (Washington).
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.