Full Time Permanent Jobs

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians

Job Title: Aquatic Biologist
Department: Natural Resources
Sub-Department: Environmental Services
Job Class: E-5
Reports To: Environmental Services Coordinator
FLSA Status: Exempt
BG Classification: IC3
Salary Start: $43,188

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Minnesota Sea Grant, Duluth Minnesota

TITLE: Fisheries and Aquaculture Extension Educator
LOCATION: Chester Park Building, University of Minnesota Duluth Campus
DESCRIPTION: http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/news/2019/09/17
UMN-DULUTH APPLICATION: http://www.umn.edu/ohr/employment/ Search job 333010

POSITION SUMMARY: The extension educator will be responsible for providing outreach and applied research on fisheries and aquaculture for the Minnesota Sea Grant Program.  Preferred candidates will have experience and knowledge in fisheries and aquaculture.  The educator will develop, conduct, and evaluate extension programming relevant to Sea Grant’s mission and strategic plan. The educator will work closely with other MN Sea Grant staff, U of MN Extension Educators, and Sea Grant Extension Educators across the Great Lakes and nation who are involved in related issues. The educator will also work with appropriate state, federal and tribal agencies along with the commercial fishing and aquaculture industries.  Supervision will come from U of MN Sea Grant Associate Director for Outreach and the Director.

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Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Minnesota

Grand Portage Band has several positions that they are hiring.  Position descriptions are linked below:

Environmental Education Coordinator

Fish and Wildlife Technician

Water Quality Technician

Wetlands Specialist

To apply please fill out a general application at http://www.grandportage.com/apply-now and send a cover letter and resume to Grand Portage Human Resources (Jared Swader: [email protected]) and the Director of Biology and Environment (Seth Moore: [email protected]). For additional information, contact the Trust Lands Office at 218-475-2022.