This is a mid-level fisheries technician position within the Native Village of Eyak Tribal Government’s Department of the Environment and Natural Resources, working on established fisheries projects. This position supports project managers in salmon research and population monitoring used for state and federal fisheries management. The majority of work will be conducted outdoors, stationed at remote field sites in the Copper River watershed and Prince William Sound. Travel, fieldwork, and off-grid living are required. 2024 fisheries projects include estimating the in-river abundance of Copper River Chinook salmon, system-wide distribution and stock-specific run timing of Copper River Sockeye salmon, Klutina River salmon sonar project, and Eshamy Creek salmon weir. Recruitment for all fie

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