|Title||Biologist Technician Fisheries & Biologist Technician Aquatic Habitat|
|Agency, Location||Wyoming Game and Fish Department|
Fisheries Positions: Approximately twenty six full-time, seasonal positions will assist fisheries management crews with fish sampling activities. These statewide-positions may be based out of Casper, Cody, Green River, Jackson, Lander, Laramie, Pinedale, and Sheridan. The positions range in duration from 3-7 months. Most positions start at the beginning of April or May and conclude at the end of September or October.
Aquatic Habitat Positions: Three full-time, seasonal positions will be filled to assist biologists in field data collection for aquatic habitat projects and instream flow evaluations throughout the state. The duty station for the positions may be in Cheyenne, Laramie, Cody, Buffalo, or Jackson. The positions range in duration from 5-7 months, between June and November. Because much of the field work occurs during the fall, students returning to school full-time for the fall semester will not be considered.
High school degree plus experience in fish and wildlife resource management, research, or habitat development or college course work towards a degree in fishery or wildlife management, ichthyology, hydrology, watershed science or other closely related field. Positions are intended to provide valuable experience for individuals seeking a fisheries career. Technicians must be able to work well independently with minimal supervision and also able to work well with others on a small crew. These are field positions that may require considerable physical labor including working and camping in the field for 8-10 days at a time. Operation of 4wd vehicles and towing trailers will be required. Must have a valid driver’s license.
Preference will be given to those seeking a career in fisheries and who submit a cover letter and resume in addition to their online state application. Cover letters and resumes that are submitted without a complete online application will NOT be accepted. The cover letter should clearly state that the application is for either a fisheries position or an aquatic habitat position and include career plans, suitability for the job, and preferences for type of work and work location as well as dates of availability (starting and ending dates are particularly important). Separate cover letters and resumes must be submitted for fisheries positions and aquatic habitat positions. Also indicate any of the work locations that you would not consider.
Fisheries Positions: Craig Amadio, Regional Fisheries Supervisor, email@example.com
Apply online at http://statejobs.state.wy.us/JobSearch.aspx