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Open/close date: Jan.24–Mar. 16, 2018; Classification: full-time, temp. (no benefits); Salary: (DOQ) Comparable to a GS 6/7;
Duration: 4 mos.; Start: June 4, 2018
Location: La Grande, Oregon
Primary responsibilities: monitoring status/trends in habitat conditions for ESA-listed spring Chinook Salmon in upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek basins in Northeast Oregon. Collect stream habitat data using remote sensing methods and standardized instream habitat monitoring protocols. Primary objectives, collect data necessary to assess current status, trends, and key limiting factors in fish habitat characteristics (e.g.water temperature, pool habitats, streamflow, fine sediment) to the viability of spring Chinook Salmon populations, evaluate effectiveness of stream restoration actions aimed at improving key limiting habitat factors; Essential Job Functions: specific duties may include, but not limited to: conducting stream habitat surveys using standardized protocols including mapping stream channel topography, measuring fish habitat characteristics such as channel unit classification, large woody debris, substrate size, discharge, stream temp., riparian vegetation; recording stream habitat and biological data using electronic data loggers and/or paper datasheets, transfer/enter data into database; using ArcGIS or other geospatial software to post-process topographic stream habitat data; collecting benthic and drift macroinvertebrate samples using standard methods; conducting snorkel surveys to estimate fish abundance and size classes.
Required Qualifications: dependable individuals interested in environmental and fisheries sciences with qualifications of: minimum 3 months relevant work experience and 2 years undergraduate education leading towards bachelor’s degree in Fisheries Science or related field; bachelor’s degree substitutes for work experience; familiarity with collecting scientific data in lab and field settings using specialized equipment (e.g., data loggers, GPS, water quality probes, macroinvertebrate samplers, discharge velocity meters), ability to execute detailed technical procedures; experience with computer applications and data management, proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Word; must be well organized – attention to detail, accurate record keeping; ability to work effectively and positively in team environment or independently in field, office, lab settings; ability to communicate effectively orally and writing with people from variety of agencies and cultures about project objectives and methods; willingness to work under field conditions such as hiking with gear to remote locations; hot, cold, wet conditions involving up to 12-hour workdays wading in streams; valid driver’s license, good driving record, ability to lift and carry objects weighing at least 50 pounds; must be available for work between June 4, 2018 and September 30, 2018.
Desired Qualifications: General knowledge of Pacific Northwest fish biology, aquatic or plant ecology, fish habitat requirements, fluvial geomorphology, hydrology. Experience conducting stream habitat surveys, surveying methods using Total Station or other survey equipment. Basic experience using ArcGIS.
Hiring preference given to qualified enrolled members of federally recognized tribes & Alaska natives, especially the four CRITFC member tribes (Warm Springs, Yakama, Umatilla, Nez Perce). Qualified individuals, including women, veterans, minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply and will be given fair and equitable consideration. No incomplete applications considered. Complete applications include: cover letter, CV/resume, completed job application (available on our website: http://www.critfc.org/critfc-employment-opportunities/ or by calling 503.238.0667), three professional references.
Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, Attn: Human Resources, 700 NE, Multnomah Street,
Suite 1200, Portland, Oregon 97232, Email: email@example.com, Fax: 503.235.4228, For full job description
and application procedure visit: http://www.critfc.org/blog/jobs/fishery-technician- ii-iii/
Classification: Regular, Full time, Exempt position
Recruitment dates: 1/26/18 – 3/16/18;
Salary: $85,794-$111,530 (Equivalent to CRITFC Grade 13, steps 1-10)
Location: Portland, OR
Responsibilities; oversees a team of scientists, biologists, and technicians developing tools
and methods to monitor aquatic ecosystem recovery; develops, leads research projects evaluating
threats, factors limiting salmonid populations, such as impairment to habitat quantity/quality,
land use, climate change, other anthropogenic factors.
Required: Ph.D. in fisheries, biology, aquatic ecology, or closely related field. A M.S. degree plus minimum 5 yrs. relevant experience. May substitute for Ph.D. Extensive field experience monitoring ecosystem health and changing habitat conditions; ability to supervise technical teams at all skill levels; communicate effectively with CRITFC/tribal staff, consultants, federal/state staff, landowners; superior written, oral communication skills including demonstrable publication record; proficiency with computer
programs: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, various statistical packages (e.g. SAS, R),
and GIS software; familiarity with tribal restoration plans and objectives; thorough knowledge of
aquatic habitat evaluation, monitoring techniques, including Columbia Habitat Monitoring
Program (CHaMP), Action Effectiveness Monitoring Program (AEM), Aquatic Inventories
Program (AIP); familiarity with techniques to evaluate biotic (snorkeling benthic and drift
sampling) and abiotic habitat factors (flow, temperature, substrate) including remote sensing
applications; competency with statistical modeling including general linear modeling (e.g.,
multiple linear regression, ANOVA, logistic regression), multivariate modeling (e.g. cluster
analysis, principle components analysis, multidimensional scaling), structural equation modeling,
spatial statistical modeling, and familiarity with life cycle modeling; valid driver’s license.
Supervision Received/Given: reports directly to Fishery Science Dept. Manager; incumbent acts
as primary supervisor for up to 4 full-time staff and occasional seasonal technicians, interns,
biologists, or fishery scientists; incumbent is responsible for coordinating team schedules, work
assignments, performance management, time-sheet approval, annual evaluations.
For full job requirements visit: http://www.critfc.org/blog/jobs/senior-fishery- scientist-habitatwatershed-program-leader/
Application procedure: qualified individuals including women, veterans, minorities and individuals with disabilities encouraged to apply. Hiring preference given to qualified enrolled members of federally recognized tribes and Alaskan Natives, especially to enrolled members of CRITFC member tribes (Warm Springs, Yakama, Umatilla and Nez Perce).
CRITFC will consider non-U.S. citizen applicants authorized to work in U.S. If not authorized to
work in U.S., CRITFC will provide reasonable support and accommodations to candidate to
obtain a U.S. work authorization. With exception of certain employer-required costs, CRITFC
will not pay for costs related to applicant's legal representation, filings for work
authorization/immigration, or fees/costs related to obtaining work authorization/immigration
status from the U.S. Please contact Human Resources if accommodations are needed during
Note: Incomplete applications not considered. Complete application
includes: cover letter, CV/resume, completed job application (available at our website:
www.critfc.org “employment opportunities” on bottom left corner, or call 503-238- 0667), a copy
of relevant certifications and three professional references.
Submit to: Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, Attn: Human Resources, 700 NE Multnomah St., Suite 1200, Portland, OR 97232, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Fax: 503-235- 4228.
Are you a person who likes challenges and developing new ideas? Are you connected to and ready to promote to a broad audience, especially to people of color and historically underserved communities? As the Washington County Museum marketing professional, you’ll be working with a team of passionate (non-marketing) professionals who generate a number of services/programs for the community. To that end, you’ll need to be hands-on, flexible, collaborative and innovative. No two days will be alike! You will play a critical role in aligning your creative direction with the organization’s strategic plan.
Professional communication skills, both written and oral. Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills. Strong time management skills. Excellent attention to detail. Proficient in Microsoft Office. Ability to work independently as well as in teams. Ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Understanding of confidentiality and protocol.
Education & Work Experience
Working knowledge of marketing strategies. Experience with Google Analytics, Constant Contact (or other email marketing platform.) Minimum two years of marketing experience coupled with the demonstrated ability to create and manage multiple projects.
Bilingual – Spanish/English. Bachelor’s Degree in communications, marketing, computer science or related field or equivalent combination of experience and education. Basic HTML or web development skills. Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) and Publisher.
Washington County Museum is engaged in an ongoing process to identify inequities in our programming and organizational culture. We are creating a socially just environment in which all people are welcomed, appreciated and valued. Applicants from historically underserved and/or under-represented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Position is located at Washington County Museum, Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus.
$16.00 to $21.00/hr; 32-40 hours per week
Please send resume and a cover letter that addresses:
Application review will begin February 13.
Please email materials to:
Applications will be accepted between March 1 and April 30, 2018
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development is seeking applications to support businesses and help create jobs in rural Oregon.
The Rural Business Development Grant (RBDG) Program can be used to support targeted technical assistance, training, feasibility studies, and other activities leading to the development or expansion in rural areas of small and emerging private businesses with fewer than 50 employees and less than $1 million in gross revenues.
Approximately $300,000 may be made available in Oregon under the RBDG Program in 2018, pending the availability of federal funds. The grants will be awarded on a competitive basis. Public bodies, government entities, Indian tribes, and nonprofits are eligible to apply. A Native American set aside that is funded through a national competition is also available.
Complete applications will be accepted beginning March 1, 2018, and applications must be received no later than April 30, 2018. In Oregon, applications should be submitted to:
Prior to developing an application, interested applicants are encouraged to contact our office to discuss the proposed project and application requirements with Brandon Doyle, Business and Cooperative Programs Specialist, (541) 699-3189.
For more information…
Questions related to USDA Business Programs in Oregon may be directed to a local Business and Cooperative Specialist.
For projects outside of Oregon…
Those with project proposals outside of Oregon should contact USDA Rural Development in the corresponding state.
Introduction to FSMA for Small & Very Small Businesses – March 2 nd
Session 7 of Fridays @the FIC – on March 2 nd at 2:00 PM (at the FIC)
There are still seats available. Session cost is $110. Send an email to Catherine Haye to register.
Mark June 14th on Your Calendar!!
5th Annual Time to Market Showcase Happens on Thursday, June 14th
Portland Science on Tap – Shaping the World’s Food Scene
February 28, 2018 at the Oregon Historical Society
Learn how three of the finest @the FIC contribute to Portland’s reputation as an international foodie destination!!
Discover how Jason Ball, research chef and Sarah Masoni, product development manager, use food and beverage R&D to cultivate food tastes, trends ad products.
Join in taste tests with sensory scientist Ann Colonna who validates how shoppers feel about the food hitting the store shelves.
Doors open at 5:30 pm ~ see this Portland science on tap flyer for full details.
Pre-registration for this event by February 26 th:
Oregon Native American Chamber
4445 SW Barbur Blvd, STE. 102
Portland, OR 97239