|Agency, Location||Yakama Nation Fisheries Program, Klickitat Field Office, Wahkiacus, WA|
|Salary||hiring range - $22.59-$25.91/hour, regular/full-time|
|End Date||open until filled (first review of applications will occur on 1/31/16)|
Work in a multidisciplinary environment to develop, implement, and monitor watershed restoration and enhancement projects in the Klickitat River subbasin. Assists assessment, planning, design and oversight of restoration and enhancement treatments, including those associated with in-channel restoration, road treatments, fish passage restoration, revegetation, fence construction, and weed control. The Assistant Hydrologist is responsible for technical assessments of stream and watershed conditions and provides technical guidance and oversight for design and construction of rehabilitation projects in the Klickitat River subbasin on- and off-reservation. Assists project development, budgeting, implementation, and monitoring.
A Master’s degree in fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, water resources, engineering (with strong hydrology component), or closely related field (with strong hydrology component)) or a Bachelor of Science in one of the above fields and two years of experience in the field of hydrology.
For complete job description and application contact: Deanna Lamebull, Yakama Nation Fisheries Program, 509-865-5121 x6348 firstname.lastname@example.org