Fisheries Bio-Aide

Location: 
Niagara Springs Steelhead Hatchery
Application Period: 
11/1/2017
Employment Type: 
Temporary/Seasonal/Part Time
Salary: 
$11.00 / hr
Employment Dates: 
12/1/2017 to 3/31/2018

About the position

Job Description:

Perform fish culture duties at a large steelhead production hatchery. Responsibilities include weighing fish feed, hand feeding outdoor raceways, operating an automated feed delivery system and 3 traveling bridges, sample counts, raceway sweeping, maintaining hatchery grounds and an Idaho Power day use park, helping with other routine hatchery duties.

Qualifications:

Previous work experience and/or education in Aquaculture, Natural Resources, Biological Science or related field helpful but not required. Need mechanical experience/skills sufficient to operate machinery, pumps, and lawn care equipment. Must be able to handle responsibility and work independently. Applicant must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs., must be able read, write and perform simple math. Applicant will be required to work in and around water. Irregular work schedules are frequent; weekend, holiday and evening work will be required.

Free housing and power may be available

How to Apply:

Fill out the Idaho Fish and Game Temporary Employment Application (link at bottom of page) and send, email or fax resume and 3 work references to:

Brian Thompson

Assistant Manager

Niagara Springs Hatchery

2131 Niagara Springs RD

Wendell,ID 83355

Fax: 208-536-5137

Phone: 208-536-2283

EEO/Veterans Preference.

If a qualified applicant is found, this announcement may close before the listed date

General Information: 
Niagara Springs Steelhead Hatchery is currently seeking a temporary Fisheries Bio-Aide to perform routine fish culture duties.
Responsibilities: 
Perform fish culture duties at a large steelhead production hatchery. Responsibilities include weighing fish feed, hand feeding outdoor raceways, operating an automated feed delivery system and 3 traveling bridges, sample counts, raceway sweeping, maintaining hatchery grounds and an Idaho Power day use park, helping with other routine hatchery duties.
Qualifications: 
Previous work experience and/or education in Aquaculture, Natural Resources, Biological Science or related field helpful but not required. Need mechanical experience/skills sufficient to operate machinery, pumps, and lawn care equipment. Must be able to handle responsibility and work independently. Applicant must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. Applicant will be required to work in and around water. Irregular work schedules are frequent; weekend, holiday and evening work will be required.
Free housing and power may be available
How to Apply

 

Fill out the Idaho Fish and Game Temporary Employment Application (link at bottom of page) and send, email or fax resume and 3 work references to 

Brian Thompson, Assistant Hatchery Manager

 

Additional Comments: 
EEO/Veteran’s Preference. If qualified applicants are found, this announcement may close before the listed closing date.
Contact: 
Todd Garlie
Phone: 
208-536-2283
Fax: 
208-536-5137
Open until filled