With or without reasonable accommodations, incumbents must be able to stand and work in and around water for up to five hours per shift; lifting and carrying equipment weighing up to 60 pounds; and working in extreme weather conditions.
Normal work hours are 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (5 days per week), but irregular work hours are frequent and may include weekends and holidays.
Dormitory style housing is available free of charge.
Responsibilities include being a campground host of a public campground and hatchery tour guide. Campground host duties include checking in visitors, campground checks, lawn care, tree and brush trimming, maintaining public restrooms, and irrigating around fishing access pond. Tour guide duties include giving tours to visitors and school groups about facility operations and programs.
Previous work experience and/or education in Aquaculture, Natural Resources or Biological Science preferred but not mandatory. Individual must be able to work well in a team environment and independently as needed, handle responsibility, follow protocols effectively, be organized, and be extremely detail oriented. Requires some mechanical aptitude and experience/skills sufficient to operate hand tools, power tools, machinery, pumps and lawn care equipment. Candidates must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. Irregular work schedules are frequent; weekend, holiday and evening work will be required. Applicants with hatchery knowledge and experience will be given preference.