Are you experienced in fish health and the symptoms associated with different diseases threatening the health of fish populations? As our Fish Health Specialist, you will conduct surveillance for regulated and reportable pathogens to meet the requirements of the Salmonid Disease Control Policy of the Co-Managers of Washington State (Policy). This is a unique opportunity to provide training to improve husbandry practices to reduce fish loss at our facilities and reduce the cost of medications used to provide relief from disease conditions.


Our Fish Health Specialist, Clinical Health Monitoring: Provides clinical support to assigned facilities in an effort to protect humans and fish from zoonotic and non-zoonotic disease. With funding, conduct research designed to

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