The Fish Ecologist is responsible for managing and sustaining the Coho Salmon Life Cycle Monitoring Program, including data collection, compilation, analysis, and reporting. This multi-faceted, supervisory position collaborates with staff and partners on a wide variety of projects to further the Association’s missions through research, monitoring, and restoration planning.
Deadline to apply: July 20, 2022 by 2pm. Review of applications will begin as they are received.
Watershed Restoration Youth Crew Member
We have two more spots open on our summer youth crew! We are looking for students or recent graduates, ages 16-24, who want to spend the summer working outside on restoration sites and in our native plant nursery. This is
a great opportunity for anyone interested in working outside in the field of natural resources! Employment period is July 18-August 26, with the possibility of extension.
Deadline to apply: July 15, 2022
Assistant Restoration Technician
We are seeking a seasonal Assistant Restoration Technician to join our summer/fall restoration crew! The technician will work up to 40 hours per week, primarily in the field (hours may vary seasonally), on projects such as noxious weed surveys, native seed collection, and more. The position runs through the latter half of 2022, with the possibility of extending into early 2023.
Deadline to apply: Open until filled; preferred start date July 25, 2022.
Coho Life Cycle Monitoring Internship
Check here for internship opportunities. For questions about our salmon monitoring volunteer/intern program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.