Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Employment Opportunity with New Mexico Game and Fish
New Mexico Game and Fish is advertising for a technician for the San Juan River. This is a 6 month position. The application period closes on Monday, April 22.
Job Title: San Juan Fish Tech (10105183)
Salary: $25,272-$44,948.80 Annually
Location: Santa Fe
Closing Date: Monday 4-22-2013 11:59:59 PM
The hiring supervisor is Eliza Gilbert.
Please visit the New Mexico State Personnel Office website to apply for this position.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
This position is now closed. 2013 technician positions have been filled.
Thanks to everyone who applied!
Native Fisheries Technician
Closing Date: 2/26/2013
The State of Utah is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities to job seekers and employees in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The application period for the Wildlife Biologist I position is now closed. Thank you for the great response.
Seasonal technician positions will be opening very soon. Please keep an eye on this site for that announcement.
Job: WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST I
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 28660
Job DescriptionLocation: Moab, UT - Division of Wildlife Resources, 1165 S Hwy 191, Suite #4, Moab, UT 84532
Salary Range: $15.22 - $16.13
Category: ENVIRONMENTAL / AGRICULTURE / NATURAL RESOURCES
Agency: Dept of Natural Resources
Application Period: 01/15/2013 - 01/22/2013
Part/Full Time: Full Time
Job Characteristics: Assist Native Aquatics Biologists in data collection, analysis and report writing. Conduct surveys, trammel netting, seining, electrofishing etc. Data entry, analysis, and technical report writing. Attend assigned meetings regarding native species. Assist principle investigators with the research of threatened and endangered fishes. Hire and supervise seasonals and volunteers. Other duties as assigned.
- Assist in recovery activities toward the four endangered Colorado River fish species in accordance with Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program & the San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program.
- Conduct surveys, trammel netting, seining, electrofishing etc. in remote river locations; Native Aquatics sampling.
- Find, gather and collect information or data. Data entry, analysis, and technical report writing.
- Operate sampling gear & equipment.
- Pre-season gear preparation, organization, and maintenance. Ongoing maintenance and repair of sampling equipment.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
|Additional Preference: Preference will be given to applicants with a bachelor's degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, Natural Resources or other related field. Additional preference may be given to applicants with the following skills/abilities: 1) Whitewater boating and whitewater safety 2) Motor boat operation and maintenance. 3) Maintenance of sampling equipment, inflatable boats, or outboard engines 4) Scientific field survey experience 5) Experience with electrofishing, netting, and trapping fish 6) Fish identification for Colorado River basin species in adult and juvenile forms 7) Back country safety or first responder training|
Seasonal positions opening soon: We will also be hiring several seasonal technicians for the 2013 field season. Please keep an eye on this site for that posting very soon.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Keep an eye on this site for upcoming job openings at the UDWR Moab Field Station for the 2013 field season. We will be looking to hire several seasonal technicians for the entire field season (March-October). We are also looking to fill a permanent entry-level biologist/gear manager position. This post will be updated when these jobs open.
|Government Rapid, San Juan River|
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The position of Native Aquatics Project Leader for the Moab Field Station has been filled as of December 3, 2012. Watch here for future openings at this office.
Thursday, January 12, 2012
The application period for this position has closed.
Thanks to everyone for the great response.
Native Aquatics Biologist II Range $ 16.95 -$ 18.98
Application Period: January 12 – 22, 2012
Moab - Division of Wildlife Resources - Southeast Region
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Oversees and participates in research and management activities associated with endangered Colorado River fish and other native aquatic species in the upper Colorado River Basin; analyzes and interprets data for written and oral presentation; coordinates with federal, state, local, and private entities for completion of project activities; prepares, plans, organizes and coordinates all work to meet deadlines; analyzes all data collected for projects and makes recommendations regarding future activities and endangered fish needs to project leader and regional manager; performs administrative duties including work plans, annual progress reports, project completion reports, time sheets, vehicle reports, etc.; supervises seasonal employees; performs other related duties as assigned. Applicants MUST be agreeable to mechanical removal and disposition of nonnative fish species using various approaches.
Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form; ability to work independently and with the public; must have well established communications and negotiations skills with a demonstrated ability to organize and coordinate numerous programs; experience in scientific technical writing and research skills; requires computer skills; field survey experience; principles, methods and techniques of management; ability to supervise. Requires long field trips in adverse weather conditions.
Preference may be given to applicants with a M.S. degree in fisheries management, ecology or biology. Experience handling endangered fishes and/or river running on class II-IV white water rivers is preferred.
Working Conditions: Work will be performed outdoors possibly in extreme weather conditions. Incumbent must be able to row a boat for long periods of time and will be required to camp in a remote river setting. Biologists will spend over 100 days on the river in a typical season. Field trips range from day trips to 9 day trips in remote locations.