The main focus of this job is to monitor and report results of passive and active restoration projects completed by the Fish Habitat Program and supervise a three-person seasonal field crew that maintains riparian protection fence and assists with monitoring. This position will also be the Fisheries Dept representative of the Project Interdisciplinary Team (PIDT), and complete Biological Assessments for Endangered Species Act compliance. Requirements Education and Experience A Master's of Science in FIsheries Science or a closely related field and three years job-related experience or a Bachelor of science in Fisheries Science or a closely related field and five years

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