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IDNR Fisheries Looking to Hire Seasonal Staff
« on: Feb 15, 2022, 12:07 PM »
Gain valuable job knowledge with the Indiana Division of Fish and Wildlife this spring and summer.  The division annually employs approximately 25 seasonal aides to assist biologists with fisheries projects.  There are a range of positions with desired start dates as early as March 7th 2022.  To see more info check out the job posting below:


https://wfscjobs.tamu.edu/jobs/indiana-dnr-fisheries-seasonal-positions/?fbclid=IwAR3xaGXbOCRDCVHM3CReLjVMAgN3Tf3X8sAh2zdmYVxbtbbQuBtm1fSxfp4

Compensation
$14/hr; Subject to change

Locations:

Multiple- Michigan City, North Judson, Orland, Columbia City, Martinsville, Bloomington, Winslow

Responsibilities and Assignments:
Seasonal naturalist aides are hired approximately spring through fall to assist district fish management and research biologists, hatchery managers, in conducting field and laboratory investigations.  This includes lake and stream fish population surveys, angler surveys, fish population estimates, water quality analysis, vegetation management and fish culture activities.
Aides assist with biological research projects by gathering and processing data, and performing related duties such as operating, maintaining and constructing the equipment used to collect the data.

Working Conditions
: Seasonal naturalist aides work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. Physical labor can include lifting, walking and working in and around water and a variety of outside and indoor environments. Work assignments may include varied schedules and hours.

Requirements: Seasonal naturalist aides must have a valid driver license and an acceptable driving record.

Desired Skills:
Applicants for these positions are expected to have basic knowledge of math and scientific methods, as well as the ability to communicate effectively with the public.  Applicants with a background in fisheries/aquatic sciences are preferred



 



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