Job Opportunities: ODFW Asst District Wildlife Biologist, Fishery Specialist, and Fisheries Facility Operations

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is hiring for three positions:

Natural Resource Specialist 2 (Assistant District Wildlife Biologist)

Are you passionate about doing what’s best for wildlife and their habitat? Then this job might be for you! Assist in implementing and performing all wildlife resource management functions and related activities required to carry out the Department’s programs in the Wallowa District. Permanent position in Enterprise, Oregon. For more information, go to:

Natural Resource Specialist 1 (Nearshore & Albacore Fishery Specialist)

This position involves making decisions regarding finfish data collection and coordinating the work of albacore samplers across Oregon ports during the summer albacore season, and data entry, management and analysis for the commercial nearshore logbook program during the off season. Permanent position in Newport, Oregon. For more information, go to:

Facility Operations Specialist 1 (Facility Operations Specialist)

Unique opportunity to use your technical skills and provide support to the hatchery production team through planning, directing, monitoring and performing all aspects of equipment and facilities maintenance, safety training, specifying, acquiring bids and recommending purchasing of goods and services. Assist with fish culture activities as needed. Permanent position in Elgin, Oregon. For more information, go to:


Posted on April 16, 2018, in Job Opportunities. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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