This position is responsible for all aspects of daily operations and fish culture activities for the Tribe’s two hatchery facilities. These facilities include conservation and enhancement programs for Chinook, Coho and Chum, and a captive brood program for Chinook. Total annual hatchery releases are ~500,000.
The position entails a broad range of responsibilities, including but not limited to; oversight of all life stages for in-river broodstocking efforts through both seining and passive trapping, fish transport, spawning, incubating, rearing, tagging and release.
The position has supervisory responsibility over a current staff of three, with the potential for future growth. This includes conducting performance evaluations, approving timesheets, travel requests and training.