Position: Scientific Technician 2
Type of appointment: full time, non-permanent, the 6 month position may be eligible for benefits
Monthly salary range: $2,544-$3,369 (depending on qualifications)
Required qualifications: driving license, ability to hike in rugged terrain and work in inclement weather conditions, ability to work well in a team, understanding of environmental monitoring, diligence and attention to detail in collecting and managing field data
Desired qualifications: Bachelor degree from an environmental science, fisheries, or related program; field experience in fisheries or aquatic ecology; experience in identifying local fish species and fish workup; experience with backpack electrofishing; GPS and navigating experience; and experience with data collection and data management
Location: Olympic Experimental State Forest (http://www.dnr.wa.gov/oesf); stationed in Forks, WA.
Work Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 7:30 am-6 pm
How to apply: Email your resume that includes three references to Washington Department of Natural Resources’ fish biologist Kyle Martens (firstname.lastname@example.org). In your email, please indicate the positions (3.5 or 6 month) that you would like to be considered for and any timing constraints that you may have with the positions.