$10.35 per hour
5/28/2019 to 8/16/2019
About the position
McCall Region is hiring six (6) Fisheries Biological Aides (non-benefited) to work on the snorkel crew.
Employee will be a member of a six person crew plus a crew leader to conduct fish and habitat surveys in streams by snorkeling. Crew will also conduct creel surveys. Crew will camp in remote locations during field work. Position will be based out of McCall, where camping accommodations will be available when off duty or working locally.
Responsibilities Include: Work as a member of a six person crew, led by a crew leader, to conduct fish and habitat surveys in back-country streams. Surveys are conducted primarily by snorkeling. Secondary duties include conducting angler surveys (creel surveys). Crew typically works eight 10-hour days followed by six days off duty, with some variability in that schedule. Crew will camp in remote locations during field work. All specialized equipment and camping gear are provided by employer. Meals and camping equipment provided when on duty away from McCall.
Qualifications/Skills Needed: 1 year college in fisheries, biology, or related field; or equivalent in training and experience. Employee must have the ability to work in adverse weather, handle live and dead fish, and carry a 40 lb. pack for several miles, with or without reasonable accommodations. Applicants must be 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.
Open until filled