INHS is seeking a Director/Assistant Research Scientist for the Kaskaskia, Ridge Lake, and Sam Parr Biological Stations. The successful candidate will develop an independent and externally funded research program focused on aquatic ecology and related research. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in aquatic ecology, fisheries science, or other relevant scientific disciplines relevant to the mission and goals of INHS and the Biological Stations.
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Organization: Idaho State University
Location: Stationed in Pocatello, ID; Fieldwork in Yellowstone National Park
Salary: Approximately $1950 per month depending on experience.
Job date: Mid-late May through late August, 2019 (though starting and ending dates are negotiable)
Application deadline: Apply by January 21st for priority consideration. Application will remain open until the position is filled.
The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission assists its four governing tribes (Yakama, Umatilla, Warm Springs, and Nez Perce) with management of their treaty fishing rights. A key to ensuring our member tribes have a sustainable fishery is the ability to collect and assess information on the status of anadromous and resident fish populations and their habitats within diverse watersheds of the Columbia Basin. The position offered is a Quantitative Fishery Scientist in the Fishery Science Department’s Watershed Ecology group.
Number of positions to fill: 1
Salary: $57,000- $65,000
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) seeks an Environmental Specialist I to be located at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve (OWC-NERR) in Huron, Erie County, Ohio. OWC-NERR is managed cooperatively between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the ODNR Office of Coastal Management. Reserve activities are aimed at understanding and informing the conservation, management, and sustainability of Lake Erie’s coastal ecosystems and communities.
The Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game, Division of Ecological Restoration is accepting resumes and applications for the position of Stream Crossing Assessment Coordinator – Contractor – estimated for 1 year.
Position: Stream Crossing Assessment Coordinator (180007VR)
Posting Date: 12/05/18
Location: Westfield, MA
Closing Date: First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Position: The Evans-White Laboratory in the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Arkansas, invites applications for a 12-month postdoctoral fellow in Freshwater Ecology beginning in February 2019.
Minimum Requirements: Ph.D. in Biology, Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, Ecology, or related field prior to appointment and demonstrated research productivity in freshwater ecology.
The Prince William Sound Science Center (www.pwssc.org), a non-profit research and education institution located on the shores of Prince William Sound in Cordova, Alaska, is seeking two field technicians for a fisheries management related position focused on the use of imaging sonars for counting fish passage in the Copper River.
Duties: Operate and maintain a pair of imaging sonars at a remote field site, maintain and facilitate data telemetry, and enumerate fish passage.
Start date: by March 1st if possible.
Salary: $48-50K/annually, plus benefits.
Montana Natural Heritage Program (MTNHP) of the University of Montana is seeking Seasonal Ecological Monitoring staff for rangeland and aquatic surveys during the summer of 2019. MTNHP is partnering with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in 2019 to implement their terrestrial and aquatic Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) strategy, which is targeted at collecting standardized inventory and long-term vegetation data at multiple scales across BLM Districts in the Western U.S.