Fish Biologist I

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

Warm Springs, Oregon

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $37,593.00 - $58,647.00 D.O.E
Required Experience 0 - 1 years

Work involves overseeing field technicians and leading research studies involving Bull Trout and Fall Chinook. The candidate must be able to write annual reports, which requires the ability to manage and analyze data, prepare graphs and tables, present and interpret data clearly in standard scientific report format.

Candidates must have field experience with Pacific Northwest fish species and be familiar with standard fisheries gear and techniques such as rotary-screw traps, seine nets, trap nets, measuring and anesthetizing fish, PIT tagging, recording data, redd surveys, habitat surveys, snorkeling.  Must be able to work outside in rough terrain and walk several miles per day, with a pack that may weigh 50 lb.  Must have satisfactory data analysis and writing skills.  Must have a B.S. degree in fisheries or natural resources related field and at least six months of related experience.  Mac computers are in use with Microsoft products installed, as well as basic statistical software.

Candidate must successfully pass a drug test administered in Warm Springs, possess a Valid Oregon Drivers license, and be insurable by the Tribal carrier and also pass a background check.                


Excellent medical insurance with low annual maximum-out-of-pocket costs, plus vision and dental. Available flex spending plan for daycare and medical costs. Also available are numerous supplemental insurance packages. 401(k) retirement with up to 5% employer matching, after one year of employment; 11 days of paid holidays and Personal time off (PTO) accruing at 130 hrs annually, with additional PTO added after 3 years.


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Category Fisheries