Job Announcement from Patrick Byworth, Montana Water Director, Western Water and Habitat Project:
If you are an aspiring fisheries biologist, hydrologist, engineer or aquatic ecologist who seeks to make a difference in restoring and protecting healthy fisheries, rivers, and streams in the Upper Yellowstone and Upper Missouri, you may be interested in this job opportunity with Trout Unlimited!
Trout Unlimited is hiring a self‐motivated and highly capable person to identify, plan, and implement water conservation, fish passage and stream restoration projects to benefit aquatic resources and fish populations in the Upper Missouri and Yellowstone watersheds. The Project Manager will work closely with local agricultural communities to seek opportunities to reconnect and restore coldwater habitat on private lands as well as coordinate with agency land managers to improve and reconnect aquatic habitat on public lands. The Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of restoration project work, but will also work closely with other TU staff and volunteers working throughout the Upper Missouri Basin. Experience with stream restoration, contractor oversight, and hydrology are key qualifications.
TITLE: Upper Missouri Project Manager
DEPARTMENT: Western Conservation ‐Western Water & Habitat Program
REPORTS TO: Montana Water Director
POSITION TYPE/HOURS: Full Time
Applications will be accepted through May 31st, 2018.
For questions about the position or how to apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org.