Supervisory Fish Biologist

This position is closed.

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Oversees the production of salmon and other species for use in restoration and or recovery stocking .
Directs or trains hatchery personnel in the proper methods and techniques of fish cultural operation including the operation and maintenance of water supplies and well pumps .
Develops and refines aquaculture techniques to rehabilitate the species being raised for specific environments .
Recommends production methods , numbers , and other necessary management involving broodstock , egg collection , and incubation .
Ensure spawning , rearing , harvest , disease detection and treatment are performed according to current aquaculture procedures .
Observe fish for signs of disease or stress and initiates appropriate action .
Produces and maintains river-specific salmon at the sizes and life stages prescribed by the management plan .
Applies aquaculture techniques and the principles of fishery ecology and biology to resolve complex biological problems associated with fish production .
Computes and establishes rations for optimum conversion and survival .
Conducts fish inventories to weigh , sort , and sample fish .
Provides technical advice on fish propragation issues .
Delivers public presentation on aquaculture conservation or restoration programs and policies .
Develops and initiates partnerships with likeminded agencies , private organizations , or individuals to achieve important resource priorities with a watershed .
Coordinates the work of other offices , Federal cooperators , or others on on-the-ground recovery and restoration activities .
Develops and implements strategic and operating plans for a fish hatchery .
Plans and directs fish cultural operations and related work schedules to meet broodstock production goals .
Maintains records concerning broodstock and spawning , including information on genetics .
Assists in the planning and analysis of review of fishery restoration and recovery activities .
Compiles , prepares , and maintains a budget to cover annual operating costs .
Develops and implements outreach plans to advocate and promote fish hatchery , restoration , and or restocking related programs .
Provides technical advice on fish propagation issues .
Plans , assigns , and reviews work of subordinate or lower-graded employees .
Approves work schedules and leave .
Establishes performance standards and evaluates employees against the development standards .
Hears and resolves informal employee complaints .
Identifies employee training needs and arranges for training .
  • Oversees the production of salmon and other species for use in restoration and/or recovery stocking.
  • Directs or trains hatchery personnel in the proper methods and techniques of fish cultural operation including the operation and maintenance of water supplies and well pumps.
  • Develops and refines aquaculture techniques to rehabilitate the species being raised for specific environments.
  • Recommends production methods, numbers, and other necessary management involving broodstock, egg collection, and incubation.
  • Ensure spawning, rearing, harvest, disease detection and treatment are performed according to current aquaculture procedures.
  • Observe fish for signs of disease or stress and initiates appropriate action.
  • Produces and maintains river-specific salmon at the sizes and life stages prescribed by the management plan.
  • Applies aquaculture techniques and the principles of fishery ecology and biology to resolve complex biological problems associated with fish production.
  • Computes and establishes rations for optimum conversion and survival.
  • Conducts fish inventories to weigh, sort, and sample fish.
  • Provides technical advice on fish propragation issues.
  • Delivers public presentation on aquaculture conservation or restoration programs and policies.
  • Develops and initiates partnerships with likeminded agencies, private organizations, or individuals to achieve important resource priorities with a watershed.
  • Coordinates the work of other offices, Federal cooperators, or others on on-the-ground recovery and restoration activities.
  • Develops and implements strategic and operating plans for a fish hatchery.
  • Plans and directs fish cultural operations and related work schedules to meet broodstock production goals.
  • Maintains records concerning broodstock and spawning, including information on genetics.
  • Assists in the planning and analysis of review of fishery restoration and recovery activities.
  • Compiles, prepares, and maintains a budget to cover annual operating costs.
  • Develops and implements outreach plans to advocate and promote fish hatchery, restoration, and/or restocking related programs.
  • Provides technical advice on fish propagation issues.
  • Plans, assigns, and reviews work of subordinate or lower-graded employees.
  • Approves work schedules and leave.
  • Establishes performance standards and evaluates employees against the development standards.
  • Hears and resolves informal employee complaints.
  • Identifies employee training needs and arranges for training.