Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
John Day, Oregon
Tuesday March 29, 2022
- Implement conservation and restoration projects on private and public lands. These projects will include: instream habitat improvements, channel restoration, riparian plantings, livestock management fencing, irrigation piping and efficiency, fish passage, and more.
- Assist with project development and implementation efforts for projects completed by CTWS partners. These partners include Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Watershed Councils, non-profit organizations, and Federal partners such as the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.
- Provide technical assistance to the Tribes’ implementation field crew.
- Coordinate with the Tribes’ native plant nursery to plan re-vegetation projects.
- Attend meetings to represent Tribal interests the in basin, and communicate with agencies, Tribal membership, and public citizens to discuss projects and planning efforts.
- Assist with writing and management of grant funded projects.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries Science or a closely related field and 3 years of job-related experience.
- Project management and supervisory experience necessary.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
- Knowledge of habitat restoration methods and techniques that target habitat recovery for anadromous fish.
- Knowledge of habitat requirements for mid-Columbia anadromous fish species.
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with landowners, partners and the public.
- Ability to develop contracts and budgets.
- An understanding of GIS, database management, and Mac OS and related office software is desirable.
Salary: $22-$25/hr, DOE
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