|Agency, Location||University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Arctic Biology|
The Freshwater Fish Ecology Lab is seeking a seasonal technician to assist research investigating the effects of fire on hydrology and assessing the extent tributary watersheds contribute to Arctic grayling population viability in Alaska boreal ecosystems. The position will start in May and conclude in August. Housing not provided. Duties include, conducting fish surveys via electrofishing and angling; installing/maintaining PIT tag antennae; monitoring stream hydrology; and performing data entry and QA/QC.
Ideal candidate will be conscientious, detail-oriented, interested in fisheries ecology, and a reliable self- starter. Applicants must be able to work in harsh conditions, hike, camp, operate 4WD vehicles, tow trailers, operate boats, and lift 50 lbs. Preference will be given to those with or pursuing a B.S. in fisheries or a related field.
Ad Closing Date: 03/31/2020
To apply, send cover letter, resume, and three references to Deanna Strohm-Klobucar, [email protected]