[sust-mar] Fisheries Biologist, f/t, Peskotomuhkati, St. Stephen, New Brunswick

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Position: Fisheries Biologist
Organization: Peskotomuhkati Nation at Skutik
Location: St. Stephen, New Brunswick

The Peskotomuhkati Nation at Skutik is seeking a Fisheries Biologist to join their Quoddy Restoration program. The successful candidate will be based in St. Stephen, NB and be responsible for:
• Installing and maintaining monitoring equipment at prescribed locations
• Visiting field sites to assess equipment and download data where available
• Reviewing collected data for efficiency and effectiveness of fish passage
• Working with others to review data collection and evaluation plan
• Producing project reports
• Carrying out stream restoration activities that may include, but are not limited to
• Culvert improvement and replacement
• Removal of structures impeding fish passage
• Improving performance of existing fishways
• Installation of in-stream environmental improvements (digger logs, wing deflectors, etc.)
• Implement erosion control measures
• Conducting in-situ fish passage barrier surveys
• Assessing fish passage options and opportunities
• Contributing to the production of a detailed restoration plan including prioritization for action
• Coordinating and recording meetings of project stakeholders and partners
• Tracking and reporting on project activities and deliverables


The successful candidate possesses, at a minimum, the following qualifications:
• Graduate degree in related field (biology, aquatics, environmental science, etc.)
• Established experience in field work specific to region and environments
• An awareness of, and sensitivity towards, Aboriginal issues generally, and Peskotomuhkati goals specifically, will be considered an asset
• Experience analyzing large biological data sets
• Knowledge of and experience using underwater sonar monitoring equipment
• Ability to work in a culturally-diverse and dynamic working environment
• Excellent attention to detail, including data management and field safety
• Valid drivers license is a requirement
• Ability to travel locally, regionally and internationally is a requirement
• Ability to work alone or as part of a team, unsupervised
• Self-motivated, with capacity and experience to begin, manage, and successfully complete multiple environmental management projects in aquatic environments


Commensurate with experience. Benefits package included.

How to apply:

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter and cv to: 
admin at qonaskamkuk.com 
at the Peskotomuhkati Nation at Skutik.


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