This position will serve as a crew member for the Sacramento River Steelhead Monitoring Program working out of Red Bluff, CA. The candidates will be required to operate and maintain screw-traps and perform angling surveys on tributaries to the Upper Sacramento River. Additional duties will include: PIT tagging juvenile salmonid, constructing PIT tag antennas and arrays, and data entry. Duties will also include performing surgeries on juvenile salmonids to implant acoustic tags. On occasion the candidates may also be required to participate in snorkel surveys on tributaries as well as the main stem Upper Sacramento River. Knowledge of salmon and steelhead life histories is highly desirable. Screw Trap, PIT tagging, and angling experience would be beneficial as well. Weekend work may be requ

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