As a leader in your field, you will estimate the distribution, abundance, and productivity of Endangered Species Act (ESA) listed steelhead and spring Chinook populations in upper Columbia River tributaries.     Independently design, plan, and implement complex research projects to assess status and trends of salmon and steelhead populations.    Evaluate the efficacy of hatchery supplementation programs aimed at restoring salmon populations while maintaining genetic diversity, spatial structure, and phenotypic diversity of the natural populations.   If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you then apply today and join the WDFW Team!  

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