The Salmon River Restoration Council is seeking a qualified individual to fill a Fisheries Program Technician position.
Fisheries technicians are primarily responsible for completing fish and habitat surveys that support the conservation and management of aquatic resources within the Salmon River watershed. Tasks can include snorkeling, backpack electrofishing, seining, collecting samples from fish carcasses, manual treatment of fish passage barriers and creek mouth enhancement, and collecting data on in-stream habitat characteristics.
The position is approximately 30-40 hours per week from May to November (dependent upon seasonal workload and funding). The starting pay rate is $14/hour (negotiable depending upon experience). Please see the Job Description and read more about our Fisheries Program.
To apply, submit a résumé and two references to . Applications accepted until position is filled.
The Salmon River Restoration Council is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Watershed Education Program Coordinator.
We are looking for a candidate who has experience working with children and a sound understanding of basic watershed science and ecology. A relevant bachelor’s degree and a substitute teaching credential are preferred, although equivalent experience may be accepted. Candidates must be self-motivated and have good communication and organizational skills.
The position is approximately 10-20 hrs/week September-May, 5 hrs/week June-August (dependent upon seasonal workload and funding). The starting pay rate is $18/hour (negotiable depending upon experience). Please see the Watershed Education Program Coordinator Job Description and read more about our Watershed Education Program on the program webpage.
To apply, submit a cover letter, résumé, and two references. Applications accepted until position is filled.
Mail: SRRC, P.O. Box 1089, Sawyers Bar, CA 96027
The Salmon River Restoration Council (SRRC) is seeking bids for the South Fork Tributary Habitat Enhancement Project, located on Knownothing and Methodist Creeks, tributaries of the South Fork Salmon River in the vicinity of Forks of Salmon in western Siskiyou County, California. The SRRC, in coordination with the United States Forest Service, proposes to construct large diameter wood instream structures to enhance salmonid habitat in the lower sections of these two creeks.
Interested bidders shall provide SRRC with a Notice of Intent to bid by 4pm PDT on Monday April 24, 2017. Please submit the notice to Melissa Van Scoyoc (the Authorized Representative) at .
Relevant project files, design plans, and maps:
Bids must be submitted by 4pm PDT on Friday, May 12, 2017.
Questions? Contact Melissa Van Scoyoc, SRRC's Habitat Restoration Program Coordinator, at .
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