Bachelor of Science Degree in the physical sciences, natural sciences, environmental science, geology, biology, agronomy, civil engineering, environmental engineering or a related field consistent with the duties of the position, including soil science, chemistry, geology, hydrology, limnology, biology, statistics, technical writing, resource planning and computer programming field AND one year of full-time professional experience in a related field, consistent with the duties of the position.
OTHER: A valid driver's license or ability to provide independent transportation is required; Ability to lift up to 50 pounds; Ability to travel overnight minimally September through May – with overnight travel as much as 50% during the months of June through August; Occasional overnight travel; Ability to work in outdoor temperature extremes, climb slopes, walk on uneven terrains, and walk long distances; Ability to maintain regular and reliable attendance.
PREFERRED: Master's degree in biology, ecology, fisheries science, life sciences, environmental sciences or related field. Experience as a supervisor, program coordinator, a team leader or technical expert on large, complex projects, or as mentor to other technical staff. Experience leading meetings, giving presentations