Lower Columbia Fish Enhancement Group (LCFEG) is seeking a Restoration Project Manager to join our team of conservation-minded professionals.  We currently have a staff of five and this position will be our second project manager.  Project managers are a critical part of our restoration work—they scout, plan, seek funding and permitting, and oversee habitat restoration projects.  Much of the day to day work occurs indoors at a computer but you will need to be willing and able to work outdoors in all kinds of conditions.  This position requires knowledge of watershed function, ecology, and fish biology and a good balance of technical knowledge and people skills. An effective project manager is also self-motivated, organized, creative, team focused, and an excellent communicator.

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