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09-Jun-2015 to 22-Oct-2015Lab Analyst Iconducts GLP and non-GLP studies following established approved procedures and under the supervision of the Study Director. Additionally, the Laboratory Analyst records data concurrently, maintains traceability of samples throughout testing and notifies the Study Director of any unforeseen circumstances or events that occur during testing.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/234429-34690.htmlA.A. /A.S. OR High School Diploma and One Year Applicable Experience OR B.S. degree (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred).
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15-Jun-2015 to 30-Dec-2015Lab Analyst I, swing shiftconducts GLP and non-GLP studies following established approved procedures and under the supervision of the Study Director. Additionally, the Laboratory Analyst records data concurrently, maintains traceability of samples throughout testing and notifies the Study Director of any unforeseen circumstances or events that occur during testing.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/236444-34690.htmlA.A. /A.S. OR High School Diploma and One Year Applicable Experience OR B.S. degree (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred).
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05-Oct-2015 to 04-Dec-2015Product Sterility Analyst, graveyard shiftconducts GLP and non-GLP studies following established approved procedures and under the supervision of the Study Director or Department Manager. Additionally, the Product Sterility Laboratory Analyst performs their work in a cleanroom, isolator or walk-in incubator environment, records data concurrently, maintains traceability of samples throughout testing and notifies the Study Director of any unforeseen circumstances or events that occur during testing. Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/283465-34690.htmlA.A. /A.S. OR High School Diploma and One Year Applicable Experience OR B.S. degree (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred). Completion of Product Sterility training and qualifications with passing scores where applicable.
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06-Oct-2015 to 05-Nov-2015Marketing, Communications SpecialistThis position will be responsible for all customer-facing marketing communications.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/284430-34690.html4-year degree in related field or equivalent, specific experience is required. Masters helpful. Comprehensive experience developing, executing, and managing strategic marketing and communications plans, including experience with web-based initiatives and social media. 5+ years of marketing communication, design, or advertising agency experience is highly desired. Must have experience managing outside agencies (website, PR advertising, etc.). Experience with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and graphic design applications/ software (i.e. Adobe Illustrator), Internet research tools, and Google online tools. Exceptional writing, editing, and communications skills; experience working with the media, website/technology management (blogs, website content, PR, bios, marketing materials. etc.). Confident self-starter with proven leadership qualities and a strong results-oriented work ethic. Excellent time management and organizational skills with strong attention to detail; demonstrated ability to meet multiple projects/priorities from multiple groups and disciplines.
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12-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Healtcare Reprocessing, Lab Analyst Iconducts GLP and non-GLP studies following established approved procedures and under the supervision of the Study Director. Additionally, the Laboratory Analyst records data concurrently, maintains traceability of samples throughout testing and notifies the Study Director of any unforeseen circumstances or events that occur during testing.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/286459-34690.htmlA.A. /A.S. OR High School Diploma and One Year Applicable Experience OR B.S. degree (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred).
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12-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Lab Analystconducts GLP and non-GLP studies following established approved procedures and under the supervision of the Study Director. Additionally, the Laboratory Analyst records data concurrently, maintains traceability of samples throughout testing and notifies the Study Director of any unforeseen circumstances or events that occur during testing.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/286460-34690.htmlA.A. /A.S. OR High School Diploma and One Year Applicable Experience OR B.S. degree (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred).
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12-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Chemistry - Study Directorhas overall responsibility for the technical conduct of all assigned tests as well as for the interpretation, analysis, documentation, and reporting of results. The study director is the single point of study control.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/286461-34690.htmlB.S. degree (Chemical or Biochemical science strongly preferred) and five years applicable laboratory experience.
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Sales Supportheavy correspondence with clients via email, routing phone inquires, completing client quotes.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttp://www.indeed.com/cmp/Nelson-Laboratories,-Inc./jobs/Assistant-b5d56cc3507dac02?q=Nelson+LabsA.A, but BA or BS preferred
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2-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Subcontracting service coordinatorCoordinate subcontract studies, assist with biocompatibility consultation as needed, assist with logging in samples as needed, assist witch customer written communication, assist with status updates as needed, know and follow GLP and GMP regulations, and other duties as assigned.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/286471-34690.htmlHigh School Diploma, or A.A. / A.S. or B.A. / B.S. (Science or business degree preferred) NLI experience is a plus. Depending on the candidate's experience and education, this position's requirements may be modified to better fit the department's needs.
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12-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Quality auditor, quality assurancereviews GLP studies for completeness, compliance, concurrence, and accuracy. The auditor provides regulatory and policy and procedural guidance. Additionally, the auditor collaborates with lab personnel in design, implementation, and performance of testing with the goal of improving and building quality into the process.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake CityA.A. / A.S. and two years applicable NLI laboratory experience OR B.S. (Microbiology or biological science strongly preferred or NLI equivalent) OR four years applicable NLI laboratory experience in addition to demonstrated proficiency for attention quality.
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12-Oct-2015 to 11-Dec-2015Glassware, supply tech IWash a wide variety of glassware to be re-used throughout the laboratory for testing. Ensure proper labeling of all items processed. Maintain the clean glassware storage areas.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://nelsonlabs.applicantpro.com/jobs/286427-34690.htmlAt least 18 years old, High School diploma or equivalent
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12/15/2015research internSmithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) in Panama from ~mid March 2016 for a period of at least one year. The internship will focus on speciation in Heliconius butterflies. The intern will join a vibrant community of scientists studying the origins and maintenance of tropical diversity (see http://www.stri.si.edu). The project is based in Gamboa and the intern will be assisting a project investigating the genetic basis of reproductive and ecological isolation between two sympatric Heliconius species. The project involves breeding butterflies, managing crossing experiments and conducting behavioural assays. Applicants must be able to work independently and be committed to spending considerable time in Panama. A knowledge of Spanish and the ability to drive would be useful but are not essential.http://heliconius.zoo.cam.ac.uk/Please send applications (with a CV and the names and contact details of two
referees), or questions, to Richard Merrill (r.merrill@zoo.cam.ac.uk
<mailto:r.merrill@zoo.cam.ac.uk>). Please use the subject header: "PANAMA
RESEARCH ASSISTANT" before 15th December 2015
A stipend of US$800/month will be provided to cover accommodation and living costs in Panama
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03-Dec-2015 to 01-Jan-2016part time lab analystNelson Labs is looking to hire a select group of 12 Science Lab enthusiasts to gain 'real world' lab experience. Offering the opportunity to work on Saturdays or a few 4 hour shifts during weekday evenings. Nelson’s believe this will enhance Lab instructors, science teachers and college student's experience as well as providing much desired extra pay. Don't Delay - This Program's training starts Dec. 28.Nelson LaboratoriesSalt Lake Cityhttps://news.nelsonlabs.com/about/careers
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Sunday, 02/07/2015WILDLIFE RESOURCES: June Sucker Biologist (Wildlife Biologist II) Requisition #07421This is a full-time, schedule B (career service) position.Location: Springville, UThttp://statejobs.utah.gov/jobseeker/Human Resource Office at 801-538-7202$16.95 - $21.00 Hourly plus benefits
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deadline 11/13/2015Interdisciplinary Fish Biologist/Hydrologist GS-482/1315-9USFSSheridan Wyominghttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/420214700Chris Williams, Forest Hydrologist, Forest Service, Bighorn National Forest, phone 307 674-2646 clwilliams@fs.fed.us
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February 26, 2016.zone fisheries biologist, GS-482-9/11This position provides leadership and technical expertise in watershed restoration, fisheries biology, and aquatic organism passage. The position will be located in Rochester VT and reports to the Rochester District Ranger. The position serves as a zone position covering the Rochester/Middlebury and Manchester Ranger Districts. The position also occasionally supports fisheries projects on the Hector Ranger District on the Finger Lakes National Forest in New York.USFSRochester/Middlebury and Manchester Ranger Districts on the Green Mountain National Forest. duty station is Rochester, VermontThose interested in this exciting opportunity, please website for more information. Use the outreach response form with information on how to express your interest. The vacancy announcement for this position will be posted on the U.S. Government's official website for employment opportunities at, www.usajobs.gov. Individuals that wish to be considered for this position must apply to the vacancy announcement on USAJOBS.gov website by the closing date of the vacancy announcement. The Referral List for this position will be issued to the selecting official upon closing of the vacancy announcement. All applicants found to be qualified, and in the quality group will be referred for consideration.Individuals needing additional information on duties of the position may contact Christopher Mattrick, District Ranger cmattrick@fs.fed.us at 802-767-4261 ext. 513.Strong background in fluvial geomorphology, river dynamics, and fisheries resource management. Proven track record of developing collaborative projects and strong partnerships working at landscape scale. General experience and familiarity with wildlife management practices  Strong database and GIS skills. Strong leadership, supervision and team building skills. A safe and professional working attitude and good communication skills (orally and in writing).QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS for this position can be found in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Operating Manual for Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions, which is available from any Federal Government Personnel Office and OPM on their web site (http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/index.asp
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February 10th, 2016 for the GS-5 position and February 11th, 2016 for the GS-4 position.Summer Fisheries/Amphibian Technicians, GS-4/5The Fishlake National Forest is planning on hiring 1-2 summer seasonal Fisheries/Amphibian Technicians at the GS-4 or GS-5 levels. The Forest will be doing a combination of fish population monitoring, native cutthroat trout recovery work and surveys, and boreal toad monitoring in front of a large landscape scale vegetation treatment project. Seasonals will also assist with the Forest hydrology program including assisting with water quality (stream and lake) monitoring, water flow measurements with a Marsh McBirney flow meter, and helping with channel profile surveying.Fishlake N.F. Supervisors Office in Richfield, UTApplications must be submitted at www.usajobs.gov. Be sure to list Richfield, UT as one of the duty stations where you are willing to work. For more information visit the Fishlake N.F. web site http://go.usa.gov/WbvF or contact Jim Whelan, Fishlake N.F. Fisheries Biologist phone: 435-896-1061 GS-4 Fish 16-TEMP-R4-0404-4FISH-DT GS-5 Fish 16-TEMP-R4-0404-5BSTF-DTThe work will be along roads in some cases but will also involve rigorous hiking of streams off trails, hiking in/out on trails, and using ATVs. Positions will require use of 4-wheel drive trucks; manual transmission experience is helpful. A Government driver’s license test and ATV certification will be necessary. ATV training will be provided. Technicians would need to have summer field clothes including jeans or sturdy pants, work shirts, boots, a hat and sunscreen. Weather condition range from cold to hot. Late summer thunderstorms are common. The Forest Service will provide field rain jackets and waders.
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There is no closing date for these announcements, but I recommend that interested individuals apply as soon as possible.Wildlife Area Technician (Fisheries Technician)This position will focus on recovering the endangered Moapa Dace and other native fishes of the Muddy River through nonnative fish removal efforts. Moapa Dace are endemic to the headwaters of the Muddy River, and the population had dwindled to fewer than 500 fish in 2009. However, ongoing interagency habitat restoration and nonnative fish removal efforts have brought the population up to over 2,000. This position will work with biologists to develop and implement intensive, nonnative species eradication efforts using chemical piscicides and other methods. This position will also perform population surveys, water quality sampling, macroinvertebrate sampling, and habitat restoration.Nevada Department of WildlifeWildlife Area Technician I – Recruitment #27053 https://neats.state.nv.us/NEATS/Recruiting/ViewAnnouncement.aep?recruitmentId=27053 Wildlife Area Technician II – Recruitment #27052
https://neats.state.nv.us/NEATS/Recruiting/ViewAnnouncement.aep?recruitmentId=27052
Brandon Senger Supervising Fisheries Biologist Nevada Department of Wildlife 4747 Vegas Drive Las Vegas, NV 89108 702-486-5127, ext. 3300 Fax: 702-486-5133
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3/1/2016Biological Science Technician (Fish)two TERM GS-5/7 Biological Science Technician (Fish) positions to assist with the the implementation of our Lost River sucker and shortnose Sucker Assisted Rearing Program (SARP). The SARP is in its first year of implementation and fulfills a conservation measure associated with the Bureau of Reclamation's implementation of the Klamath Irrigation Project. As a Biological Science Technician (Fish), you will provide technical support and assistance to the lead biologist by collecting and rearing Lost River and shortnose suckers, which are listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act. This involves observing, monitoring, and recording a wide variety of basic data on water quality, habitat and rearing conditions, and number and distribution of species. Please note these are not hatchery positions. SARP is an experimental rearing program that emphasizes the use of non-invasive techniques and methods. Job duties include: 1. Retrieve, enter, and clean data from water quality and other information management systems, and use electronic databases (Access, SQL) to enter, organize, and perform standard statistical analyses of data collected from fish rearing, field, and laboratory projects. 2. Plan and carry out daily aquatic animal husbandry duties for Lost River and shortnose suckers including fish collection; aquatic life support system design; basic construction and plumbing tasks, troubleshooting, and maintenance; fish feeding; culture of feed organisms; apply fish health principles and basic treatments, etc. 3.Assist with design and implementation of fish rearing studies and field research and monitoring, including spatiotemporal patterns of fish abundance, gear type selectivity, and other projects related to experimental semi-natural fish rearing. 4. Prepare segments of recurring data summaries and technical reports and assist in preparing technical reports and publications. 5. Work closely with personnel from Federal, State, and Tribal entities in a collaborative manner. 6. Provide work direction and guidance to lower graded technicians, volunteers, or students in gathering field data and present informational or educational programs to individuals, local organizations, and schools.US Fish and Wildlife SErviceKlamath Falls, ORhttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/429056200/ or https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/429062500/$32,318.00 to $52,043.00 / Per YearOccasional Travel, Field work requires 1-2 nights per month (up to 8 days per year) in travel status during specific field seasons for up to 4 months per year. U.S. Citizenship and Background Investigation. Swimming is required in order to perform snorkel surveys. Initial Probationary Period. Pre-employment and random drug testing. Valid driver's license. Obtain DOI/FWS motorboat Operator certification within six months
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4/8/2016Forest Aquatics Specialist, GS-1315/482-7/9The Flathead National Forest is seeking interested candidates for Forest Aquatics Specialist (GS-1315/482-7/9). The duty station for this position is Kalispell, Montana. The purpose of this outreach is to determine the level of interest by series, grade, and merit/non-merit status.USFSTally Lake Ranger District, Kalispell, Montana (co-located with FNF Supervisors OfficeWrite to contact to obtain outreach response form for this position.Craig N Kendall, Watershed, Fisheries, and Range Program Manager, Forest Service, Flathead National , Forest office: 406-758-6485 cell: 406-897-3180 ckendall@fs.fed.us 650 Wolfpack Way Kalispell, MT 59901
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Currently taking outreach forms by March 28, 2016Fisheries Program Manager - GS-0482-12The Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest will soon be filling a permanent, full time Forest Fisheries Program Manager Position, GS-0482-12. This position will work directly for the Natural Resources and Planning Staff Officer and serve as the primary technical contact for fisheries and aquatic ESA issues. The duty station will be the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Supervisor’s Office in Everett, WA.USFS Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Pacific Northwest RegionEverett, WashingtonIf interested in the position, please contact to receive outreach form. Complete and return to Deborah Konnoff, Ecosystem and Planning Staff Officer, dkonnoff@fs.fed.us – 425-783-6030
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3/27/2016Field Technician in Freshwater Fish Ecology – University of Washington - April to August, 2016We are looking for a field technician to join the Freshwater Ecology and Conservation Laboratory (Dr. Julian Olden, University of Washington) for several months to assist with a series of field projects in Arizona and California. Projects include the investigation of the food web and community ecology and distribution of native and non-native fishes in the Lower Colorado River basin (Arizona) and population biology of fishes in the Santa Margarita and Salinas River basins (California). Description: The technician will assist with extensive field surveys using electrofishing, seining, and trapping techniques in field locations in Arizona and California. Other tasks will include taking length and weight measurements for fish, gathering habitat data, collecting samples and data entry. Field sites are remote (unpredictable or no cell service) and teams will be tent camping for extended periods. In general, applicants should be prepared for long working days and weeks, variable weather conditions, incredible scenery and a lot of fun.University of WashingtonArizona (April 2), California (May) and then returning to Arizona later in the summer.For more information contact: Jane Fencl University of Washington jfencl@uw.edu http://www.fish.washington.edu/research/oldenlab/To apply: send a cover letter (including dates of availability and experience), a current resume, and names and contacts for two references to jfencl@uw.edu$520/week. Field and camping equipment, food and transportation to all field sites is provided.Willingness and ability to work remotely in freshwater systems and spend extended periods of time camping. Required attributes include: valid driver’s license, ability to lift 50lbs, ability to swim, and outdoor/camping experience. Preference will be given to candidates with prior experience in fish ecology and/or biological fieldwork. Patience with changing plans and ability to work well both independently and on a team are preferred.
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April 2016Head Field Technician Required ASAP - Columbian ground squirrels Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada. Temporary: May 1 to Aug 31, 2016 (preference may be given to applicants who can start up to a week earlier (i.e., ~ Apr 23-24). head field technician to assist with, and coordinate, fieldwork on the ecology of a wild population of Columbian ground squirrels. The head technician will supervise 3 volunteers for the period of Duties will include monitoring the phenology (when animals emerge from hibernation), reproduction and urvival of individuals, data entry and data verification. Fieldwork will involve live-trapping and handling of animals, behavioural observation, radio-telemetry (to locate natal burrows) and assistance with the measurement of physiological (metabolism) traits on free-ranging animals.Dr. Jeff Lane Department of Biology University of SaskatchewanFieldwork is carried out in the spectacular Rocky Mountains of southwestern Alberta, Canada, home to some of the most majestic wildlife in North America. You will be staying at the University of Calgary's Barrier Lake research station in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta (http://bgs.ucalgary.ca/facilities/facilities).Dr. Jeff Lane Department of Biology University of Saskatchewan jeffrey.lane@usask.ca www.lanelab.caSalary is $1800/month. Food and accommodation are provided. The successful candidate will be required to provide for their own travel to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Travel between the field station and Saskatoon is provided.The successful candidate will have previous fieldwork experience, ideally in a field camp/station setting, have experience in data entry and management and show a high level of responsibility. Good organizational, multi-tasking and supervisory abilities are essential. Applicants who have experience working with terrestrial vertebrates will be given priority. Additionally, you should have an interest in a number of the following (the more the better!): ecology, evolutionary biology, wildlife, field biology, and animal behaviour. All work is conducted out of field stations and, as such, successful applicants need to enjoy the outdoors, be up-beat, positive, responsible and work well as a member of a team. send a CV with a cover letter and contact details of three references (with e-mail address), by email to Jeff Lane (contact info below), ASAP. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and, to receive full consideration, we thus encourage applicants to submit their materials ASAP. Please indicate in your application that you are applying for the head technician position (we are also posting for 1 volunteer). Note that only those eligible to work in Canada (Canadian citizens or landed immigrants, American citizens eligible for TN status or foreign nationals with work permits or working holiday visas) will be considered. We thank everyone for applying, but only those selected for interview will be contacted. Only applicants available for the entire period will be considered.
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???Temporary field assistants to help monitor a colour-banded population of superb fairy-wrens near Melbourne, Australia for a study on animal personalities. Time periods: Four-month minimum, commencing early September, or early January. Duties include catching birds for personality testing before and after the breeding season (Oct-Jan), and regular censusing of colour-banded birds during the breeding season, searching for and monitoring nests, behavioural observations, video analysis, and data proofing.University of melbourneThe study is based at Serendip Sanctuary, a small reserve with abundant birdlife on the outskirts of Melbourne.For more information contact: Timon van Asten (t.van@unimelb.edu.au).Onsite accommodation in a house with shared dorm-style room is provided, but assistants cover travel to the site and their own food costs. The project will reimburse up to AU$750/mo towards receipted food and travel expenses.Working days are long, with early starts six days a week. Enthusiasm, self-motivation, and a strong work ethic are a must. Qualifications: experience monitoring colour-banded birds, nest-searching, and mist-netting. Must also be early riser, physically fit, able to work in extreme weather conditions, and enjoy basic shared living conditions. To apply, please email a letter outlining previous relevant field research experience, and a resume including names and contact information for 3 referees that are familiar with your mist-netting and/or nest-searching experience.
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*Applications close 5pm (AWST) 30 May. Late applications will not be accepted.*Program Assistant, Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program, Australia, 26 September 2016 to 30 May 2017The Program Assistant manages the GTCP field team and works onsite as part of the team to undertake daily surveys of turtle nesting and feral animal activities in the monitored rookeries, community and school participation with the program, data analysis, scientific reporting and other office work.The GTCP Program Assistant works in Perth (*September*), Gnaraloo (*October February*) and in regional and metropolitan locations in Western Australia (*March May*).For details on how to apply, see the GTCP Program Assistant Ad: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7QHaDm8nv0WSkJjQkhJR1hFN3c/view?usp=3DsharingThe PA Application Form can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UIshSN3beSYENsMvk_u8GTuZzg6YYTXcUv25rT8n3js/edit?usp=sharing
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Various "green" job opportunities http://www.letsgosolar.com/consumer-education/green-careers/
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O: 06/06/2016 C: 06/20/2016GS-4/5 fisheries bio-techBiological Science Technician (MPP-HH)U.S. Bureau of ReclamationBoulder City, NVhttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/441015400$28,936.00 to $42,086.00Performs a variety of basic and technical fisheries tasks under laboratory, field, and office conditions.
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O: 06/06/2016 C: 06/20/2016GS-4/5 fisheries bio-techBiological Science Technician (DEU-HH)U.S. Bureau of ReclamationBoulder City, NVhttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/441016700$28,936.00 to $42,086.00Performs a variety of basic and technical fisheries tasks under laboratory, field, and office conditions.
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6/27 - 7/28/16Rare Plants Conservation Coordinatorwork with government, industry, and landowners to conserve sensitive plants.The Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University (USU) and the Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR)USU is in Logan, UThttp://usu.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=1536please contact the search committee chair and Department Head Michael Kuhns, mike.kuhns@usu.edu, 435-797-4056.An earned MS degree at the time of hire with at least one degree in botany or a closely related discipline and one or more years of related professional experience. A BS degree with three or more years of experience may be substituted for the MS degree. Etc. See websitehttp://usu.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=1536
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Until FilledResearch AssistantAt Boston Children’s Hospital, success is measured in patients treated, parents comforted and teams taught. It’s in discoveries made, processes perfected, and technology advanced. In major medical breakthroughs and small acts of kindness. And in colleagues who have your back and patients who have your heart. As a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, our reach is global and our impact is profound. Join our acclaimed Vascular Department and discover how your talents can change lives. Yours included.BostonDr. Michael S. Rogers, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Karp Research Building 11.211, Children's Hospital Boston, 300 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115To qualify, you must have:•B.A./B.S. in Biology or a closely related field with hands-on experience in basic laboratory techniques and operating standard lab equipment.http://www.childrenshospital.org/career-opportunities/JobDetail?jobId=2297556
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Closes Thursday 9/1/2016Biological Science Technician (Wildlife)Principal duties of this position will be related to the survey, monitoring and tracking of the federally protected desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii - listed as threatened under Endangered Species Act). The majority of this position will be as a biological monitor for construction activities.NATIONAL PARK SERVICEBaker, CA$44,689.00 to $58,096.00 / Per YearThe work is physically demanding, requiring the ability to drive long distances to project sites, hike long distances in varying weather conditions, and lift and carry heavy equipment.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/447969000
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Oct. 25th @ 4 pm ESC C-381Qualtric information session for science majors
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VariousVarious jobsVariousU.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)Variablehttp://www.hhs.gov/ https://www.usajobs.gov/JobSearch/Search/GetResults?OrganizationID=HE&Series=0401&%20&ApplicantEligibility=allhttps://www.usajobs.gov/JobSearch/Search/GetResults?OrganizationID=HE&Series=0403&%20&ApplicantEligibility=allhttps://www.usajobs.gov/JobSearch/Search/GetResults?OrganizationID=HE&Series=0601&%20&ApplicantEligibility=all
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November 09, 2016 - 10:00AM-11:30AM Room 238 Kennedy CenterFOREIGN SERVICE OFFICER TEST INFO SESSION
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11/9/2016 1:30PM-3:00PM KENNEDY CENTER ROOM 238STATE DEPARTMENT CAREER INFO SESSION
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Event with Lilly USA to learn more about the company and the following position. Note: This session is for college seniors graduating in December 2016. 11/16/16 6:15 PM JKB 2111Salt Lake City West Diabetes Sales RepresentativeAchieve sales growth in territory. Professionally promote Lilly's products to healthcare professionals. Conduct analyses on product and market trends. Develop and execute territory business plans. Coordinate efforts with territory partners in a team environmentLilly USABachelor's Degree -Professional certification or license required to perform this position if required by a specific state. -Completion of Pre-Employment Screen -Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position- Additional Skills/Preferences: -Demonstrated successful sales performance in a challenging and progressive environment -Live within territory or within 30 miles of territory boundaries - Demonstrated business acumen -Demonstrated success in influence and negotiation skills -Excellent communication/ coordination/interpersonal skills -Documented leadership ability -Demonstrated ability to learn, apply and communicate technical/scientific knowledge -Flexible to learning new products and disease states over time -Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record is required
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Reply due date: November 24, 2016Assistant Eastside Fish Biologist GS-0482-9 PFTThis is a permanent full-time position that serves as the Assistant Eastside Fish Biologist with a duty station on the Lakeview Ranger District, Fremont-Winema National Forest. The direct supervisor of this position is the Eastside Fish Biologist.USFSBly, Lakeview, Paisley and Silver Lake Ranger Districts Duty Station: Lakeview, OregonHearing impaired applicants may contact TDD numbers (541) 947-6384. Collect calls will not be accepted. You may pick up an outreach at the Fremont-Winema Forests Headquarters at 1301 South G Street, Lakeview, Oregon 97630.To express interest in this position, please complete the following Outreach form and send (via mail or e-mail) to: Rich Pyzik, Paisley Ranger District, PO Box 67, Paisley, OR 97636, (541) 943-4440, rpyzik@fs.fed.us
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Salt Lake City West Diabetes Portfolio Sales RepresentativeSalt Lake City West Diabetes Portfolio Sales RepresentativeResponsibilities: -Achieve sales growth in territory Professionally promote Lilly's products to healthcare professionals -Conduct analyses on product and market trends Develop and execute territory business plans Coordinate efforts with territory partners in a team environmentLillySalt Lake City$50,000 to 70,000 a year.Basic Qualifications: -Bachelor's Degree -Professional certification or license required to perform this position if required by a specific state -Completion of Pre-Employment Screen -Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position. Additional Information: -Some evening programs and overnight travel will be required -Ability to provide secure and temperature controlled location for product samples may be required -Lilly is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. See BYU Bridge
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asapresearch assistantcandidate for this role will become expert at understanding the theories and frameworks of disruptive innovation, will evaluate some of the most promising and cutting edge models in higher education, and will develop writing, analytical, and communication skills through sound research processesThe Clayton Christensen InstituteRedwood City, CAhttp://christenseninstitute.org/job/research-assistant-higher-education/
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Biological Aid (Plants) GS-3 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - 2 positionsUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=abf11bbb60&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Biological Science Technician (Plants) GS-4/5 in Coeur d'Alene, IdahoUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=fec197ae9e&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Forestry Technician (Timber Stand Improvement) GS-6/7 in Kalispell, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=5924f8fad7&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Forestry Technician (Timber Stand Improvement) GS-6 in Bigfork, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=290bfb46db&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Forestry Technician (Pre-Sale) GS-8/9 in Kooskia, IdahoUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=1edd8e3b15&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Physical Scientist GS-9 in Dillon, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=1065f60d9f&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Aquatics/Hydrologist/Soil Scientist GS-12 in Great Falls, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=1e72c55695&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Ecologist GS-12 in Missoula, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=c65d9d0d20&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Program Support Assistant GS-7 in Missoula, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=fcdf897956&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Equal Opportunity Assistant GS-5 in Missoula, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=d4031114b0&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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Customer Service Representative GS-5 in Hamilton, MontanaUS Forest Service Northern Regionhttp://usda.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=18a3ff5c1a600792ee2bbb48d&id=1dfbd4ba1c&e=91bd23724bhttps://region1jobs.wordpress.com/tips/
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closes 12/09/16Fish and Wildlife Biologist, GS-0404-09/11San Juan River Basin Recovery Implementation ProgramUS Fish and WildlifeAlbuquerquehttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/458422000/
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On campus interview Dec 6Granite School District - Biological Science EducationGranite School DistrictUniversity Career Services 2410 WSC Room 1R. Adriana Dungan Career Associate College of Life Sciences Brigham Young University (253)442-4209
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12/16/2016Wildlife Biologist II (Native Fisheries Biologist)Serve as primary investigator for projects involving endangered Colorado pikeminnow, razorback sucker, and bonytail recovery efforts in the upper Colorado River basin. Duties include project development and implementation, field sampling, data management, data analysis and interpretation, technical writing and related research, crew supervision, dissemination of research findings, and collaboration with agency partners in the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program.Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Northeastern Region, Vernal, UThttp://statejobs.utah.gov/Kris Haslam (khaslam@utah.gov)$16.95–$26.89 hourlyB.S degree (with ≥ 2 years professional experience) with preference given to applicants with M.S. degree in aquatic biology (fisheries based preferred) or a closely related field. Additional preference may be given to applicants with extensive experience in fisheries, project design/sampling techniques, analysis/interpretation of fisheries data, boating/rafting experience, and demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively. Strenuous physical activity, long hours of operation, and overnight camping in remote locations required.
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Until FilledCareer CounselorAs a career coach, you will assist students throughout all phases of the career development process. You will meet with students 1:1 and in groups to help them reflect on their strengths, skills, and experiences, discover and explore career options, create personalized action plans for their professional development, utilize successful job and internship search strategies, connect them to careers and connections, and enhance their job search documents. In addition to meeting 1:1 with students, you will also be in charge of creating, coordinating, and implementing programs for students in your assigned area.University of Utah,, Career ServicesSalt Lake City, UThttp://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/60923$40,800Bachelor’s degree in Social Science, Communication, Counseling Psychology, Human Resources, Management, Organizational Development, Business, or a related field plus three years of experience in occupational or career counseling or equivalency required; demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills also required. Master’s degree in a related area is preferred. Training and experience in basic testing and measurement is preferred. Experience with career counseling in the assigned area may also be preferred.http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/60923
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Thursday, February 16 through midnight ESTWednesday, February 22, 2017.Positions with the USFS Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest and Pawnee National Grassland Watershed CrewWe are hiring a crew composed of fisheries techs and hydrology techs and we cover interdisciplinary work across the forest and grassland for watershed, hydrology, soils, and aquatic/fisheries resource needs. The crew collects research data that informs our decision making on future projects and helps monitor past activity for impacts. The crew also completes on the ground resource restoration based on those findings. Positions would start around June 1st and run to September 30th, with a chance at extending for another month or so. The work week is a 4 day, 10 hour/day schedule Monday through Thursday. The crew is often in travel status, staying away from Fort Collins in the field either camping or staying at a government facility.USFSFort Collins, COApply via USAJOBS.gov Search Fort Collins or search announcement numbers: Biological Science Technician Fisheries GS-5 # 17-TEMP-R2-0404-5FIS-DT, Hydrologic Technician GS-5 # 17-TEMP-R2-1316-5HYD-DT Chris Carroll by email at christophercarroll@fs.fed.us or

970 295-6637 for further information.
$14.39-16.10/h based on education and experience related to GS level.Government housing may be available at $4.90/day.
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??Experimental Biology Aide - 2 Positions April 24, 2017 through June 30, 2017 Temporary employment. These positions will assist with monitoring recovery of Warner Sucker in the Warner Lakes basin. Depending on
lake and stream conditions, sampling efforts may include any or all of the following: 1) use trap nets to capture
adult suckers and other fish in the Warner Lakes to estimate abundance, size structure, and assess recruitment,
2) install PIT tags to track sucker movements, and 3) install and operate fixed PIT tag antennas.
Oregon Department of Fish and WildlifeLakeview, Oregon$2,200-$2,281 per month (Commensurate with experience)Minimum qualifications are not established for these positions. Preference will be given to applicants that have or are working toward a college degree with major emphasis in biological or ecological sciences and previous experience working with minnow species, rowing boats, fish capture/marking, habitat surveys, and field data collection. All applicants must have a valid driver license and an acceptable driving record. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will check driving records for in-state finalists. Out-of-state finalists will be required to present a current driving record for review.Email (preferred), mail, or FAX (541-757-4102) a completed Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Employment Application form (applications accepted until positions are filled) to: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife ATTN: Paul Scheerer 28655 Hwy 34 Corvallis, OR 97330 paul.scheerer@oregonstate.edu (email preferred) Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife application forms can be obtained from the ODFW’s Jobs Page under seasonal jobs at: www.dfw.state.or.us/hr/seasonal_jobs.asp
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Submit completed Application + attach any required forms and transcript(s) by 11:59PM CT/10:59PM MT on application deadline.two temporary, full-time Aquatic Invasive Species Technician positions. POSTING NUMBER: 17-00513early May through the end of AugustTexas Parks and Wildlife DepartmentAustin, TXnterview and hiring decisions are based on completed on-line TPWD State of Texas Application for Employment, not on résumés. This means you want to do the most complete, thorough job possible in completing the on-line TPWD State of Texas Application for Employment. To apply for TPWD positions: Complete the on-line TPWD State of Texas Application for Employment + attach to it any/all required documents in order to be considered for positions. Work history experience *must* be completed in the online application. The on-line TPWD State of Texas Application for Employment starts here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/Applications/Index/tpwd - then Sign in to apply or, if you already have a Profile on this system, click on “Sign In” in upper right-hand corner.
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Sept 30 2017Career Opportunity at the Native Fish SocietyThe Native Fish Society is currently accepting applications for a central role in the organization -- the Homewaters Conservation Director. The Homewaters Conservation Director is a full-time position that will direct implementation of region-wide conservation campaigns, recruit and manage a team of volunteer experts (NFS Ambassadors) and provide River Stewards with the best available science to guide grassroots advocacy efforts to protect and restore wild, native fish and steward the habitats that sustain them. https://nativefishsociety.org/about/jobsMark Sherwood, Executive Director, Native Fish Society , c: 303.898.8988
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Training begins December 2017North Pacific Groundfish ObserverObservers live and work aboard commercial fishing vessels operating in the Bering Sea and the NOrth Pacific Ocean and gather data essential to the sustainability of fisheries resources in AlaskaAlaskan Observers, Inc.Alaskawww.alaskanobservers.comRachel Moore r-moore@alaskanobservers.com 1-800-317-9343$4017.90/monthBachelors degree in fisheries biology, marine biology, general biology, zoology, or related natural science. One math class, one statistics class, and a course heavily into dichotomous keys.www.alaskanobservers.com
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CLOSING DATE: 01/19/2018Fisheries Research TechnicianThe Wildlife Technician (WT) is a fisheries biologist for the Colorado River, and is responsible for assisting with monitoring and research. The WT must possess the skills to live, navigate, and work in remote wilderness environments for up to three weeks at a time with limited communication. This entails camping out and working with a small group of people. Duties include: sampling fish (via electrofishing, hoop nets, angling, other methods), processing fish (identifying, measuring, scanning and tagging); entering, processing, and summarizing data utilizing a variety of programs including: Access, Excel, ImageJ, and others; maintaining, and preparing scientific and sampling equipment utilized for fish monitoring trips (e.g. equipment logistics).Arizona Game and Fish DepartmentWILDLIFE MANAGEMENT DIVISION / RESEARCH BRANCH / FLAGSTAFF, AZ BASEDREQUISITION #35091 FLSA-Non-Exempt / SALARY GRADE 16 (Hiring salary range $27,110-$35,000)The candidate must have knowledge of basic fish capture techniques, basic biology, particularly native fishes, scientific method and analytical thought, professional standard data collection and analysis, statistics, and basic report preparation methods. The candidate will have skill in handling, tagging and measurement of various aquatic wildlife, ability to navigate in remote wilderness settings, use of various field equipment to include proper operation, maintenance and basic repair, basic first aid and survival techniques.https://azstatejobs.azdoa.gov/
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Closing 01.24.18Fish Biologist, GS-0482-07 (FPL 09)GS 7, 13 month term, This is a Term appointment, not-to-exceed 13 months, which MAY be extended for a total appointment of 4 years at management's discretion. United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceNew Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office, Albuquerque, New MexicoJason E. Davis Supervisory Fish Biologist Assistant Project Leader United States Fish and Wildlife Service New Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office 3800 Commons N.E. Albuquerque, NM 87109 T: 505.342.9900 ext. 108 F: 505.342.9905 Email: Jason_E_Davis@fws.gov$40,790 to $53,031 per yearAs a Fish Biologist, you will: Use a variety of freshwater aquatic species survey techniques involving standardized sampling, statistical sampling, and experimental design. Advise others on scientific and technical matters associated with fishery resource management and fish habitat restoration. Analyze a variety of data concerning fish populations and their habitats and evaluate information from surveys and treatments. Act as a representative at interagency planning sessions and other meetings pertaining to fisheries management, endangered species, wetlands, and other natural resources issues. Travel Required: 50% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488396300
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Close: 01.29.18Fish Biologist, GS-0482-07 (FPL 9)GS 7, This is a Term position, not-to-exceed 13 months, but MAY be extended to a total appointment of 4 years at management's discretionNew Mexico Fish and Wildlife Conservation OfficeFarmington, New Mexico$40,684 to $52,893 per yearhttps://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/488799700
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Thursday, March 1st 2018USAJOBS ANNOUNCEMENT: 10137136-FRS-18-003-DT-SCOCompute, compile, summarize, and assess data in tabular, graphic, or narrative form (e.g., production reports, distribution reports), reporting unusual or unexpected results in detail. Monitor fish and administer preventative and curative disease treatment. Operate and maintain motorized and non-motorized watercraft or complex equipment systems such as gates, pumps, alves, filters, and sterilizers, to regulate water quantity and quality. Collect, sort, spawn, and care for broodstock and care for eggs, fry, and fish throughout the rearing and distribution cycle. Participate in biological surveys of fish, invertebrates, and plant species on rivers and lakes. Use and repair fish capturing gear such gills nets, seines, trawls, and/or trot lines. Monitor water quality and abundance of aquatic invasive species using scientific instruments.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish HatcheryDale Ryden, Project Leader, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish Hatchery - Grand Valley Unit 445 West Gunnison Ave., Suite 140 Grand Junction, Colorado 81501-5711 Grand Junction FWCO Phone: (970) 245-9319, Grand Junction FWCO FAX: (970) 628-7217, Direct Phone Line to my desk: (970) 628-7200, Cell Phone: (970) 712-0975$33,394 to $43,414 per yearA. One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-04 grade level in the Federal service that demonstrated your ability to successfully perform the following work: conducting fish biological surveys; operating water craft for electrofishing in rivers and lakes, using seines and nets to collect fish; OR assisting with fish culture studies; fish health monitoring; maintaining fish tanks and related systems; OR B. Completion of a 4-year course of study above high school leading to a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree with major study or at least 24 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses must have been directly related to fisheries.; OR C. Have a combination of education and experience as listed above.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/492097800
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Thursday, March 1st 2018USAJOBS ANNOUNCEMENT: 10137519-FRS-18-002-DT-BSTCompute, compile, summarize, and assess data in tabular, graphic, or narrative form (e.g., production reports, distribution reports), reporting unusual or unexpected results in detail. Monitor fish and administer preventative and curative disease treatment. Operate and maintain motorized and non-motorized watercraft or complex equipment systems such as gates, pumps, alves, filters, and sterilizers, to regulate water quantity and quality. Collect, sort, spawn, and care for broodstock and care for eggs, fry, and fish throughout the rearing and distribution cycle. Participate in biological surveys of fish, invertebrates, and plant species on rivers and lakes. Use and repair fish capturing gear such gills nets, seines, trawls, and/or trot lines. Monitor water quality and abundance of aquatic invasive species using scientific instruments.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish HatcheryDale Ryden, Project Leader, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish Hatchery - Grand Valley Unit 445 West Gunnison Ave., Suite 140 Grand Junction, Colorado 81501-5711 Grand Junction FWCO Phone: (970) 245-9319, Grand Junction FWCO FAX: (970) 628-7217, Direct Phone Line to my desk: (970) 628-7200, Cell Phone: (970) 712-0975$33,394 to $43,414 per yearA. One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-04 grade level in the Federal service that demonstrated your ability to successfully perform the following work: conducting fish biological surveys; operating water craft for electrofishing in rivers and lakes, using seines and nets to collect fish; OR assisting with fish culture studies; fish health monitoring; maintaining fish tanks and related systems; OR B. Completion of a 4-year course of study above high school leading to a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree with major study or at least 24 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses must have been directly related to fisheries.; OR C. Have a combination of education and experience as listed above.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/492097800
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Thursday, March 1st 2018USAJOBS ANNOUNCEMENT: 10137301-FRS-18-001-DT-BSTCompute, compile, summarize, and assess data in tabular, graphic, or narrative form (e.g., production reports, distribution reports), reporting unusual or unexpected results in detail. Monitor fish and administer preventative and curative disease treatment. Operate and maintain motorized and non-motorized watercraft or complex equipment systems such as gates, pumps, alves, filters, and sterilizers, to regulate water quantity and quality. Collect, sort, spawn, and care for broodstock and care for eggs, fry, and fish throughout the rearing and distribution cycle. Participate in biological surveys of fish, invertebrates, and plant species on rivers and lakes. Use and repair fish capturing gear such gills nets, seines, trawls, and/or trot lines. Monitor water quality and abundance of aquatic invasive species using scientific instruments.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish HatcheryDale Ryden, Project Leader, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Grand Junction Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office & Ouray National Fish Hatchery - Grand Valley Unit 445 West Gunnison Ave., Suite 140 Grand Junction, Colorado 81501-5711 Grand Junction FWCO Phone: (970) 245-9319, Grand Junction FWCO FAX: (970) 628-7217, Direct Phone Line to my desk: (970) 628-7200, Cell Phone: (970) 712-0975$33,394 to $43,414 per yearA. One year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-04 grade level in the Federal service that demonstrated your ability to successfully perform the following work: conducting fish biological surveys; operating water craft for electrofishing in rivers and lakes, using seines and nets to collect fish; OR assisting with fish culture studies; fish health monitoring; maintaining fish tanks and related systems; OR B. Completion of a 4-year course of study above high school leading to a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university leading to a bachelor's degree with major study or at least 24 semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses such as biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses must have been directly related to fisheries.; OR C. Have a combination of education and experience as listed above.https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/492097800
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May 1 2018, Must submit resume and an information form. Fisheries Biologist, GS-0482- 09/11pre-vacancy announcement outreach for a highly skilled and qualified candidate to fill the South Zone Fisheries Biologist position. This position is permanent, full-time, with a duty station in Idaho Springs, Colorado. This notification is being circulated to inform prospective applicants of this upcoming opportunity and to determine interest in the position. FOREST SERVICE EMPLOYEES ON THE WORKFORCE REDUCTION AND PLACEMENT LIST WILL RECEIVE PRIORITY CONSIDERATION AND CTAP/ICTAP ELIGIBLES WILL RECEIVE THE APPROPRIATE CONSIDERATION.Arapaho &amp; Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland, Idaho Springs, ColoradoInterested applicants should respond to Scott Haas at sehaas@fs.fed.us, using the attached Outreach Interest Form. This response is not an application for the position. The vacancy announcement, when available, will be posted on the USA Jobs website, the U.S. Government’s official site for job and employment information: http://www.usajobs.gov.Interested applicants should respond to Scott Haas at sehaas@fs.fed.us, using the attached Outreach Interest Form. This response is not an application for the position. The vacancy announcement, when available, will be posted on the USA Jobs website, the U.S. Government’s official site for job and employment information: http://www.usajobs.gov.
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