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Restoration Monitoring Data and Information Specialist Job at Midway

Restoration Monitoring Data and Information Specialist
The National Wildlife Refuge Association, in partnership with Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and the USFWS Pacific Region Inventory and Monitoring Program, seeks an individual with strong restoration ecology, database development, and ecological monitoring design skills for an 18-month period to help Refuge staff meet scientific information needs associated with expanding habitat restoration and weed control programming. 

Fish biologist outreach notice

We are looking for a highly motivated, hardworking individual who is interested in the development and collaboration with various interest groups to restore priority watersheds. This position works closely with our zone hydrologist as part of a watershed team in achieving program objectives and targets as set forth in approved management plans, programs, and BLIs.
Please fill out and return the attached outreach form if you are interested. 

NOAA Fisheries Fishery Biologist ZP-0482 02 Job Opening in Kodiak, AK

A Fishery Biologist ZP-2 position will be opening in Kodiak, AK with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s RACE Division.  This position is with the Groundfish Assessment Program and the biologist will be supporting the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands Bottom Trawl Surveys and other studies on groundfish research.  Applications will be open from 10/19/15 until 10/26/15.  For more information and application information visit

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/416325100 

Employer Panel Event- “Careers In the Tech Industry for All Majors”

Are you interested in working for a tech company but aren’t a computer science student? Join us to learn about the hundreds of jobs in tech companies for non-tech majors! Hear from a panel of employers (DocuSign, Expedia, Google, Payscale) about what those jobs are and how to apply for them. Come for the panel and stay for time to mingle and talk with panelists after the event. 

State of Washington Job Opportunities

State of Washington is now accepting applications for the following position(s):
Fish & Wildlife Sergeant
WSDOT Liaison to National Marine Fisheries & US Fish and Wildlife – Trans. Planning Specialist 4
To view the full job posting for any opening at State of Washington, click here:
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm
Click on a job title to view the complete job posting of any position listed. 

State of WA Job Openings

State of Washington is now accepting applications for the following position(s):
Career Seasonal Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 In-training
Permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 In-training #10128-15
Permanent Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 In-training #10131-15 

Fish Biologist position (USFWS)

We just posted a permanent Fish Biologist (GS-0482-9/11) position with the Delta Juvenile Fish Monitoring Program in the Lodi Fish and Wildlife Office today
(closes October 15th).  I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind distributing to any qualified individuals? Contact is Matt Dekar (matthew_dekar@fws.gov) if they have
any further questions.
Merit Job Announcement Number:R8-16-1522975-RR https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/417666800
DE Job Announcement Number:R8-16-1510353-RR
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/416250700 

Fall Career Center Workshops for Graduate Students

I am facilitating 6 career workshops just for graduate students (postdocs welcome!) this fall. Topics include faculty interviews and exploring non-academic career interests. Up-to-date details are below and I am happy to field questions about any of the events. A complete listing of all Career Center programming can be found on our website at http://careers.uw.edu/Calendar. 

State of Washington Jobs

State of Washington is now accepting applications for the following position(s):
FISH AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST 2 *09823H
Non-permanent Fish Hatchery Technician *09839-15
Non-permanent Fish Hatchery Technician *09840-15 

2015 Government Career Fair – October 27th, Mary Gates Hall, Commons, 2-5pm

Hello Huskies,
We hope you had a fun summer and are recharged for the fall quarter! Are you interested in gaining a career opportunity working in a government setting? Don’t miss the Government Career Fair sponsored by the Career Center.  This event is a great opportunity to interact and connect with government employers looking to recruit Huskies for part-time, full-time and internship opportunities. 

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