The Big Hole Watershed Committee is seeking a Restoration Specialist (click the link to view the position description). This is an exciting opportunity to participate in innovative and direct restoration of the Big Hole River watershed that improves water quality and quantity, fisheries and overarching ecological health as part of diverse conservation organization.
This is a full-time position, estimated 1560 hours/year, $18/hour and a strong benefits package that includes health coverage.
- Assisting implementation and monitoring of restoration projects in the Big Hole River watershed.
- Develop incorporation of upland & forest health into restoration program work.
This position has a high likelihood of growth including additional hours, largely dependent on the initiative of the applicant.
The mission of the Big Hole Watershed Committee (BHWC) is to seek understanding and agreement among individuals and groups with diverse viewpoints on water use and management in the Big Hole Watershed and was established in 1995.
A bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in natural resources, biology, or related field preferred; a minimum of 2-years of experience in program development, field work, or related field is required with a successful record of involvement in previous restoration work.
A full job description is available via the link above or at bhwc.org. Please visit our website for instructions on how to apply. The application deadline is July 30, 2018 or until filled. For more information, please contact Pedro Marques, BHWC Restoration Program Manager by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 406-552-2369.