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CRITFC Employment Opportunities

The following positions are currently open. Click on one to find out more information, qualifications, and application instructions.

Resumes and applications are only accepted when openings are available. Enrolled members of federally recognized Indian tribes who are interested in future employment opportunities may contact Human Resources directly.


Paid Positions

On-call Receptionist
Closed

The On-call Receptionist will provide services to CRITFC on scheduled short-term assignments or when CRITFC needs receptionist coverage due to employees’ absences; unscheduled, and scheduled time away from the office. This position will work on an as needed or on-call basis and will be paid hourly. CRITFC will ideally give a 24-hour notice when requesting Receptionist coverage. This may not always be the case. The working hour requests will generally be within Monday through Friday, between 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The On-Call Receptionist provides general administrative and clerical support to the Office of the Executive Director and back-up support to the Receptionist/ Administrative Services department. These include, but are not limited to, filing, faxing, answering phones, typing, scheduling of meetings and appointments, copying and other administrative/clerical support activities. As well, this position is the primary Receptionist, sharing duties with other Administrative Assistants.

The on-call receptionist opens the office, answers and routes incoming telephone calls to the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC). The receptionist receives and distributes facsimiles and is also responsible for greeting commissioners, guests, and staff members.

Executive Assistant to the Executive Director
Closes on: May 15, 2014

The Executive Assistant performs a variety of highly responsible, confidential, and complex secretarial and administrative duties for the Executive Director and occasionally for other managers; acts as a liaison between the executive director, tribes, outside agencies, and the general public; and maintains confidential and sensitive information.

On-call Part-time Dispatcher/Communications Officer
Closed

Directly responsible for the operation of all office radio/telephone communication equipment, maintaining a close watch on patrol activities in the field, and for the general office needs of the agency.

Fishery Technician (III)
Closed

This position will focus primarily on monitoring status and trends in habitat conditions for ESA-listed spring Chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin. Stream habitat data will be collected at 25 sites in the Upper Grande Ronde River and Catherine Creek basins using the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program (CHaMP) protocol. The primary objectives of these positions are to collect data necessary to 1) Assess current status and trends in fish habitat characteristics considered to be key limiting factors (particularly water temperature, pool habitats, streamflow, and fine sediment) to viability of spring Chinook salmon populations, and 2) Evaluate effectiveness of stream restoration actions aimed at improving key limiting habitat factors.

Fishery Biologist
Closed

This position will focus primarily on monitoring status and trends in habitat conditions for ESA-listed spring Chinook salmon in the Grande Ronde River Basin. Stream habitat data will be collected using the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program (CHaMP) protocol (www.champmonitoring.org), a broad standardized monitoring program currently being implemented in 18 different watersheds across the Columbia River basin and other areas in the Pacific Northwest. The primary responsibilities of this position are to 1) Supervise the collection of data to assess current status and trends in fish habitat characteristics considered to be key limiting factors (particularly water temperature, pool habitats, streamflow, and fine sediment) to viability of spring Chinook salmon populations, 2) Perform basic data analyses and interpretation suitable for contract reports, and 3) Perform additional data syntheses and statistical analyses for peer-reviewed publications and presentations under the supervision of project scientists.


Fisheries Employment Opportunities at CRITFC Member Tribes

Confederated Umatilla Tribes

Internships

No paid internships available at this time. Internships for credit may be available. Please phone or email the HR contact listed to the right for information.