Job: Resident Fish Biologist III/IV
||Resident Fish Biologist III/IV
||Colville Confederated Tribes
||$53,372 to $86,964 DOE
Colville Confederated Tribes – Nespelem/Omak/Bridgeport WA
Responsibilities: Hatchery sub-division lead responsible for planning and directing monitoring and evaluation program for hatchery. Manages Rufus Woods Net Pen Project, Creel and Supplementation Project and Twin Lakes Oxygenation Project. Manages project budgets in excess of $1.4 million. Formulates plans and recommendations related to data collected in the field to production and operations in the hatchery. Highly responsible position managing complex projects and supervising staff to ensure tribal goals are met.
MS in applicable science AND 36 months of qualifying experience, OR
BS in applicable science AND 60 months qualifying experience.
Ph. D. in the applicable science AND 24 months of qualifying experience; OR
MS in the applicable science AND 96 months of qualifying experience; OR
BS in applicable science AND 120 months of qualifying experience.
Tribal, Indian, Veteran preference
See below email.