This position will serve as the lead rotary screw trap technician in Idaho Department of Fish and Game's Lemhi Effectiveness Monitoring Program in Salmon, Idaho. This program is designed to monitor fishery response of ESA listed Chinook salmon, Steelhead, and Bull trout relative to habitat conservation actions that are being implemented throughout the Lemhi River Sub-basin. The purpose is to understand the effectiveness of various habitat actions, and to help guide the development and implementation of future restoration efforts through an adaptive management process. Data collected from screw traps will be used to monitor life stage specific abundance, survival, and outmigration timing of Chinook salmon and Steelhead. The specific duties of this position include operating and maintaini

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