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The Department of Fisheries Resources Management is recruiting for: PROFESSIONAL I/FISHERIES RESEARCH EVALUATIONS BIOLOGIST(S) [HR-23-149] (Full-time). One (1) based out of Joseph, OR, one (1) based out of Orofino, ID.  Several Job openings related to fisheries ... you will need to search for 'HR-23-149'.


Environmental Planner Position: As an Environmental Planner at Horrocks, you will work with a team to prepare National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other environmental documentation for transportation and other infrastructure projects. 



ISU is currently hiring a Director of University Sustainability Programs.  This is an exciting new position within the Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability Department that will lead sustainability initiatives and planning. The position will be located on the Pocatello campus. Pocatello has plentiful outdoor activities including hiking and skiing and is close to popular destinations including Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Salt Lake City.

For more information about this position and University, visit 'Director of University Sustainability Programs'. Application submitted by February 19, 2023 will be given full consideration.



Quantitative Fisheries Biologist with Mount Hood Environmental (Closes This Week)

JOB DESCRIPTION: Mount Hood Environmental is seeking a motivated Quantitative Fisheries Biologist to work with our interdisciplinary team to implement fisheries research, monitoring, and project evaluation. Location: Boise, ID preferred, but locations elsewhere within the Snake River basin negotiable. Many of the current and anticipated projects occur in the Upper Salmon, Clearwater, and Grande Ronde subbasins and nearby. However, this position would be expected to contribute to existing projects throughout the Columbia River basin, and beyond. Click here for detailed description, website, and contact information. Closes May 19, 2023.

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