We are hiring 2 Fish and Wildlife Stream Habitat Technicians to complete Aquatic Inventory and browse surveys on the Malheur National Forest. This work involves driving long distances on forest roads and hiking to survey sites off trails to collect and record data for the forest’s biologists. Fieldwork will occur on weekdays on a 4/10 schedule, not to exceed 40 hrs/week camping each day throughout the forest. All members of the stream team will be expected to be prepared for the adverse conditions present in the Malheur National Forest including being aware of the weather and fire danger. Technicians will have the opportunity to gain experience collecting biological data while following USDA and HDP safety protocols and interacting with the public, agency employees, contractor personnel,

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