This position is responsible for the oversight of fisheries habitat program in Warm Springs, OR. Prospective candidate should be proficient with the development and implementation of fish habitat restoration projects benefiting culturally significant fish species. Candidate will directly supervise two project biologists as well as three technical staff.
A Master's of Science in Fisheries Science or a closely related field and three years job-related experience or a Bachelor of Science in Fisheries Science or a closely related field and five years of job-related experience are the minimum qualifications for this position. Project management and supervisory experience are also necessary.
Benefits include: 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. Eleven days of paid holidays and Personal time off (PTO) accruing at 130 hours annually with increases after three years of service.
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