Montana Jobs

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Clark Fork Coalition

 

WILDLIFE FIELD TECHNICIAN

PROJECT: Beaver Conflict Resolution Project:

LOCATION:  The Clark Fork Coalition office in Missoula will be the home base of the “Beaver Tech,” although field work can be up to two hours drive outside Missoula.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Good candidates will have excellent people skills, be well-organized, be a practical, independent problem-solver, be handy and comfortable with light construction projects, have basic computer skills, and have experience in wildlife management or natural resource management. A Bachelor’s degree in wildlife or a related field is desirable, but not required.

TO APPLY:

Submit a letter of interest, résumé, and contacts for three professional references by April 11, 2019 to: Hiring Committee, PO Box 7593, Missoula, MT 59807, or preferably by email to: info@clarkfork.org.  (Confirmation of receipt of your application will be provided if submitted electronically.) For more information, please visit www.clarkfork.org. No calls please.

To see specific job details and application process: BEAVER CONFLICT RESOLUTION PROJECT

Matson’s Laboratory

135 Wooden Shoe Lane

Manhattan MT 59741

http://www.matsonslab.com/

2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE!   A Spring Internship and Wildlife Technician

Matson’s Lab is offering two positions to be filled by an MSU student or recent graduate with a strong interest in wildlife management and conservation. We are seeking one senior or recent graduate for full a full time, entry level wildlife technician position, and 1 currently enrolled student to complete a spring internship. Applicants should enjoy following established laboratory protocol to produce quantities of accurate and high quality data to assist professional wildlife managers and be able to work in a relaxed but professional laboratory environment with other technicians.

A student currently enrolled in a biology program or another branch of the sciences is preferred.  Prior histology experience is not required. The Lab will provide all required training necessary to complete the term position.

 A Bachelor’s Degree in biology or another branch of the sciences is required for full-time, permanent employment. Full time employees are eligible for benefits that include additional compensation for health insurance and retirement plan.

Starting wage: $12.00-13.00/hr.

To apply: please send letter of interest and resume to: carolyn@matsonslab.com

Hydro License Compliance Intern – Job Requisition #2738

POSTING DATES: January 23, 2019 through Open Until Filled

SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION

Intern will work directly with Hydro Licensing Compliance (HLC) staff to complete fisheries and water quality planning, field work and documentation, and interact with HLC staff, state and federal agencies, hydro operations, maintenance and safety staff.

Work Location:  Helena, MT

Guidepost:  2-3 ($15.00)

Employment Status:  Temporary (May – August 40 hours per week)

See specific job details and application process here: JOB REQUISITION #2738

Biologist Intern – Job Requisition #2739

POSTING DATES: January 23, 2019 through Open Until Filled

SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION

Intern will work with the Senior Biologist with implementing an Avian Protection Plan and documenting bird strikes in the Eco System and assist with the implementation of Two Dot Avian mitigation. Will work on development of a Wind Workshop with United States Fish and Wildlife Service and Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks.

Work Location:  Butte, MT

Guidepost:  2-3 ($15.00)

Employment Status:  Temporary (May – August 40 hours per week)

See specific job details and application process here: JOB REQUISITION #2739