Fish Hatchery Specialist - Non - Hatchery

Oct 16, 2021
3144 USD - 4083 USD
Full Time
Application ends: Mar 16, 2022
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Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    Oct 16, 2021
  • Location
  • Offered Salary
    3144 USD - 4083 USD / Monthly
  • Expiration date
    Mar 16, 2022
  • Career Level
    Mid level

Job Description

3.3Full-time6 hours ago
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TWO OPPORTUNITIES
FULL-TIME/NON-PERMANENT
FISH HATCHERY PROFESSIONAL 2

WDFW HATCHERIES DIVISION
CEDAR RIVER HATCHERY
Ravensdale, Washington

STANDBY DUTIES ARE CURRENTLY ASSIGNED
HOUSING JUST ISN'T BROUGHT

Salary listed doesn't range from the 5per cent premium pay awarded to any or all King County employees.

expected Appointment Lengths:
4 Months - August 30th, 2021 - December 31st, 2021
5 Months - August 30th, 2021 - January 31st, 2022

The Washington division of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) presently runs 75 hatchery services, the majority focused on creating salmon and/or steelhead.

Hatcheries have actually operated in Washington State for longer than a hundred years, you start with a facility on the Kalama River in 1895.

We are looking for two very motivated and experienced Fish Hatchery Specialist 2's to get results alongside a varied team to aid salmon conservation while offering sustainable fish and wildlife leisure opportunities into the state of Washington.

  • Chinook Spawning - picture Credit: Larry Franks
With that in mind,

Picture yourself performing clinical, technical, and related maintenance duties at Cedar River Hatchery and trap web sites, rearing anadromous (seafood that invest a majority of their person resides at sea, but return to fresh-water to spawn) and non-anadromous types of seafood.

These are opportunities to do sound fish tradition methods and also make sound fish culture decisions to generally meet WDFW system objectives.

the perfect candidates lead by example, have a confident can-do mindset, tend to be desperate to work hard but exemplary fish husbandry abilities.

we're seeking applicants who respect and value the viewpoints of others, generating an inclusive staff environment in which every user feels they add price on project and WDFW.

Duties

  • Chum Spawning - Photo Credit: Rachel Blomker
Our Fish Hatchery professional 2,

Monitors fish behavior/health, egg and fish production and disinfects and enumerates eggs.
Identifies, types, and samples species for spawning and adult distribution.
Identifies marked grownups and collects tags/marks for bio sampling.
Collects seafood structure and fluid examples for Fish wellness professionals without contaminating examples
Picks eggs reduction by hand or using gear and incubates for facility programs or shipments.
Accumulates adult fish by volunteer or non-volunteer fish pitfall.
Monitors liquid high quality variables utilizing mixed oxygen yards (calibrates whenever needed) so that you can insure a secure rearing environment.
Loads vehicle in accordance with safe hauling densities, utilizes appropriate air amounts and tracks fish during transport.
Accurately completes data entry, record keeping and reporting.
Works maintenance responsibilities near hatchery and at the weir to preserve a clear and safe working environment.
Operates fork-lifts, tractors, lawn maintenance equipment, fish pumps and typical energy resources.

DOING WORK CONDITIONS:
Work environment, including risks:
The hatchery is Seattle public-utility (SPU) possessed center and is situated on SPU residential property inside the Cedar River Watershed which requires personal safety display screen approval for accessibility.
Work includes performing strenuous physical activities and is carried out inside and in the open air in variable conditions - including bad climate.
The weir positioned at temporary person trap requires wading in strong currents - work also incorporates running huge trucks throughout the day and night for fish release occasions.

Schedule:
Typically, Monday – Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Workload needs may need work outside the assigned work hours and adjustment of work schedules.
Standby duties are assigned - standby involves the worker being accountable for managing the facility for continuing to be 16 hours regarding the day after the regular 8-hour move is full. During standby this place will continue to work ten times on and stay off 4 times.

Standby:
All candidates applying for this position should understand that standby is a necessity for several roles inside Fish Hatchery professional show.
Administration may determine it is necessary to assign it to be able to achieve the objectives and goals for the agency and also as required to protect the resources of the agency and if assigned, it is a requirement of this place.

Housing:
Housing is not given to these roles.

Travel Requirements:
Travel is going to be needed to achieve company targets.

Tools and Equipment:
Power and hand tools, lawn care gear, tractors, forklifts, welding equipment, egg selecting devices, liquid sampling devices, transportation vehicles, and passenger cars.
Adult fish pumps, person seafood counters, Coded Wire Tag (CWT) identification gear, trash pumps, force washers, diesel generators, little gasoline engines, computer systems, and software.

Customer communications:
Communicate effectively/respectfully with SPU staff, the general public and volunteers - interact with tiny neighborhood groups and individuals frequently.

Qualifications

NEEDED QUALIFICATIONS:
One (1) year of expertise as a Fish Hatchery professional 1 AND effective conclusion of agency supervised training curriculum.

otherwise

An Associate’s degree in fisheries technology or closely allied field and something (1) 12 months of experience performing fish culture obligations in a hatchery.

otherwise

Three (3) several years of training towards a Bachelor’s degree in fisheries or closely allied field and another (1) year of experience carrying out fish culture tasks in a hatchery.

OR

Successful completion of a fish tradition system from a vocational school and another (1) 12 months of expertise doing fish culture obligations in a hatchery.

take note: Three (3) several years of experience performing many different fish culture tasks in a hatchery will replacement the mandatory education.

Certifications/Licenses:
A valid driver’s license is required.

FAVORED QUALIFICATIONS:
Two or four year degree in Fisheries or a closely associated area.

Supplemental Information

take note: Failure to adhere to the instructions here may lead to disqualification.

to be able to successfully make an application for this place, you need to finish your profile at www.careers.wa.gov and connect here towards profile before doing the online application:

A cover page explaining the way you meet the skills of the position (general resume cover letter won't be accepted).
A present resume.
Three professional recommendations.

IMPORTANT RECORDS:
All new employees must finish a work Eligibility Verification Form (I-9 Form) on their first-day of work. If employed because of this or any place at WDFW, you'll be required to provide documents proving you're entitled to work with the United States. For a listing of acceptable papers, please use the following website link: https://www.uscis.gov/i-9-central/form-i-9-acceptable-documents

The division of Fish and Wildlife’s priority through the Covid-19 health crisis will be hold our staff, applicants, plus the general public safe. We have been employing and encourage you to affect start positions. We've transitioned to a virtual recruitment process, to add web-based interviews.

JOIN THE WDFW TEAM:
Learn about our agency and perks of doing work for WDFW!

The Washington division of Fish and Wildlife has many of the very most skilled people in all-natural resource area. We celebrate and value variety, appreciating that a workforce consists of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships using the district, and brings brand-new views and ways to fulfilling the agency’s objective. We appreciate shown skills in living WDFW values of Accountability, provider, Professionalism, Integrity, Respect, and Empathy (ASPIRE).

WDFW workers could be entitled to the immediate following:
Medical/Dental/Vision for staff member & dependent(s), Public Employees pension program (PERS), holiday, Sick, and other Leave, 11 Paid Holidays each year, public-service Loan Forgiveness, Tuition Waiver, longterm Disability & term life insurance, Deferred Compensation products, Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP), versatile Spending Arrangement (FSA), Employee Aid plan, Commute Trip decrease bonuses (down load PDF reader), Combined Fund Drive, Smartwellness.

UNION – WAFHP:
This place is within the negotiating device represented because of the Washington Association of Fish & Wildlife Hatchery experts and is at the mercy of the regards to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between your State of Washington, Department of Fish & Wildlife, additionally the Washington Association of Fish Hatchery Professionals (WAFHP).

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Employer

VETERAN PREFERENCE NOTICE:
To make the most of veteran inclination, please do the following:

Email a duplicate of one's DD214 (Member 4 content), NGB 22 or USDVA finalized verification of solution letter to RecruitmentT[click here to show].
Topic line will include recruitment number, position and inspect (as an example: #10155 Biologist 1 – Veteran)
feature your name as it seems in your application in careers.wa.gov

MILITARY PARTNER CHOICE NOTICE:
To make use of military spouse preference, please do the following:

alert us of military spouse status by mail at RecruitmentT[click right here to show].
Topic range includes recruitment number, place and MS (for instance: #10155 Biologist 1 – MS)
Integrate your title as it appears on your own application in jobs.wa.gov

Note: Kindly blackout any PII (myself identifiable information) information such as for instance social safety numbers. For further information, please call us at RecruitmentT[click right here to show].

within WDFW’s efforts to advance respectful and comprehensive work environments, the department expects inclusivity as part of our professional communications and communications. For that reason, you want to make sure all people feel welcome, are addressed relatively and respectfully. All staff tend to be empowered to totally contribute to providing their work product, Agency, therefore the residents of Washington.

The division of Fish and Wildlife is an equal possibility manager. We make an effort to develop a functional environment that features and respects social, racial, ethnic, sexual direction and sex identity diversity. All qualified candidates will get consideration for work without reference to battle, color, faith, gender, sex identity or phrase, sexual positioning, national source, genetics, impairment, age, or veteran status and tend to be motivated to utilize.

Persons needing accommodation within the application procedure or this statement in an alternate format may phone (360) 902-2276 and/or Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (800) 833-6388.

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