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The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon are recruiting for a Fisheries Biologist II – Restoration Project Manager position out of their John Day, Oregon office. This position will have the opportunity to perform exciting work in restoring habitat for chinook salmon, steelhead, and other native salmonids.

Job Description:

The responsibilities of this position is to implement conservation and restoration projects on private and public lands.  these projects will include:  in-stream habitat improvements, channel restoration, riparian plantings, livestock management fencing, irrigation piping and efficiency,k fish passage, and more.  Assist with project development and implementation efforts for projects completed by CTWS partners.  Provide technical assistance to the Tribes’ implementation field crew.  Coordinate with the Tribes’ native plant nursery to plan re-vegetation projects.  Attend meetings to represent Tribal interests in the basin, and communicate with agencies, Tribal membership, and public citizens to discuss projects and planning efforts.  Assist with writing and management of grant funded projects.


The incumbent must have a bachelor’s degree in fisheries or related field, plus at least 3 years of experience in fisheries research.  Project management and supervisory experience is necessary.

To Apply:

Please visit the Tribes’ application portal:

Applications should be submitted under the post titled Fisheries Biologist II, position #708262

Closing Date: 9/9/2022

All questions can be directed to: [email protected]

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