Category Archives: Job Opportunities

Job Announcement: Restoration Ecologist

The Institute for Applied Ecology is hiring a restoration ecologist, start date as soon as possible. See the link below for more information.

http://appliedeco.org/wp-content/uploads/IAE-Job-Announcement-Restoration-Ecologist-2017.pdf

OPRD Job Opportunity

A student intern is needed starting in May to conduct western snowy plover nest searching and monitoring at Nehalem Bay State Park (near Manzanita, OR) and Sitka Sedge State Park (near Pacific City, OR). Applicants should have strong animal identification background and willingness to walk on the beach, which is a very hard trait to find. Nest monitoring experience a bonus, but not required. Applicants will report to either Nehalem Bay or Cape Lookout, to be determined upon hiring.

See the attached document for detailed information.

2017.OPRDWildlifeIntern

Job Opportunity – Marbled Murrelet Surveyor

Turnstone Environmental is looking to hire seasonal marbled murrelet surveyors.  Follow the link below for more information.

http://www.turnstoneenvironmental.com/index.php?id=employment#cbp=http://www.turnstoneenvironmental.com/theme/Turnstone/employment/viewjob.php?jid=18

Job Opportunity – OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Advisor

Advisor-Academic E-Campus position working with the Department of Fisheries & Wildlife at Oregon State University, full-time (1.0 FTE) 12 month, fixed term. For full position announcement with required and preferred qualifications and application materials go to: http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/37584

Applications must be received by the closing date 03/03/2017.

OSU is an AA/EOE/Vets/Disabled.

Position available with ODFW: Fish and Wildlife Manger 1

Fish ID Project Manager

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Clackamas, OR

Located in Clackamas, unique opportunity to oversee fish marking and Coded Wire Tag (CWT) tagging operations at state-operated hatcheries and CWT recovery activities at the central Tag Recovery Lab. Key responsibilities include coordination and implementation of effective fish marking techniques and necessary reporting requirements consistent with Department policies and the coast-wide U.S./Canada agreements on marking salmonids established through the Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC).

For more information, see job posting at http://www.odfw.com/hr.

Qualifications: Five years of fish culture (care of fish) or fisheries experience (two years of wildlife or related habitat work experience will count toward this experience) plus two years of lead work/supervisory experience. A Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree may substitute for some experience. See job posting for more details.

Salary: $3,906-$5,496/mo. Generous benefits package.

Closing Date: February 14, 2017

Contact: Apply online at: ODFW