Links for Job Postings

Internships/Training Opportunities

If you’re a current student or recent graduate, you may be eligible for federal internships and job opportunities through the Pathways and other student programs.

Naval Facilities Northwest (NAVFAC Northwest) has a terrific opportunity for a Natural Resources Internwith an emphasis on oceanography. The intern will live and work with other SCA interns, as well as working alongside Navy staff. Some projects may be performed individually and a high level of independence and flexibility is needed from the intern.

Specific Job Postings

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Resources Division, is seeking applications for four hourly worker positions. Three of these positions will be working with our Red Drum and Shark Longline survey (SEAMAP Hourly Position 2020 ), while the fourth is working with our Ecological Monitoring Trawl Survey (EMTS hourly Position 2020). Positions will be based out of our Brunswick, GA office and will begin in June.  These are great positions for students and others to gain experience working with marine species and gear. (closing date 4/1/20) DNR_Application_for_Employment 

Integrated Statistics is looking for a Fishery Biologist to work in support of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC). 

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking a Biologist Technician – Fisheries in Pinedale, WY. This seasonal position will assist the fisheries management crew with all aspects of aquatic resource management activities. This position runs from May 1, 2020 – October 31, 2020. Applicants unable to work through at least September should not apply. (Open until filled)

Jones Fish and Lake Management is seeking new team members. Position responsibilities include analyzing customers’ needs and providing technical support for products sold by Jones Fish and Lake Management. Team members will also engage in problem-solving by working with industry partners and developing solutions for customer projects and requests.

Riverside Technology, inc. (Riverside), a leading international engineering and science consulting firm, is in search of a Fisheries Biologist to support NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) in Beaufort, NC.

Environmental Scientist 1  (157778) at HDR location in Dallas, TX

Entry Level in Seattle, WA…Environmental Lab Scientist I Closing date 4/5/20

The Nature Conservancy…The Freshwater Project Coordinator advances the Conservancy’s resilient infrastructure and aquatic connectivity priorities through coordinating a diverse set of stakeholders, planning and prioritization, providing technical support, and facilitating the implementation of high-priority climate-resilient road-stream crossings. This position will contribute to building a model regional partnership in the Adirondack region of New York.  Closing date 4/12/20

Wildlife Specialist III: The Native Aquatic Wildlife Specialist will be responsible for overseeing the conservation of native fishes in the Gila River basin and their associated habitats, with an emphasis on recovery efforts tied to recovery plans or conservation agreements. Closing date 4/1/20

Aquaculture consulting opportunities  with AQUASOL Fish Farming Consultants

Fishery Resource Specialist (FAO): The purpose of this call is to attract global talent for the Consultant and Personal Services assignments that may provide support and/or lead fisheries projects and technical support processes in the GFCM region. The assignment may be home-based or located at the GFCM headquarters at Palazzo Blumenstihl (Via Vittoria Colonna 1, 00193 – Rome, Italy), with potential travel for field missions. The Global call will create a roster of Applicants that will be used to identify candidates for relevant assignments.  The assignment can be from 1 month up to 11 months. The possibility of extension is subject to satisfactory performance and depending on the resources and needs of the Organization. Closing Date 5/15/20

Fishery Biologist: This position is located in the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC), Resource Assessment and Conservation Engineering (RACE) Division with one vacancy in Kodiak, AK. Closing Date: 4/14/20

Arkansas Game & Fish:The successful candidate will work under the direct supervision of the Assistant Hatchery Manager and will participate in the planning, scheduling, and record keeping involved in the operation of an intensive culture, coldwater fish hatchery including fish propagation, administrative duties, and facility maintenance.  Duties include:  spawn fish and monitor development of eggs and fry; develop and implement feeding schedules; monitor fish health and administer chemical treatments for disease; monitor water quality; harvest, transport and distribute fish; maintain facility buildings, grounds, equipment and vehicles; coordinate with other state and federal agencies on issues related to trout culture; maintain hatchery production records; collect and enter data and prepare reports on hatchery operations; assist in the supervision of the hatchery staff; and train workers in fish husbandry techniques.  Participates in facility’s public outreach program as applicable. Closing date: 4/7/20

Central River Power (thoroughly read the job description)

FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST II: The selected candidate will assist with planning and implementation of extensive fish culture at the Blackwater Fisheries Center in Holt, FL, with primary responsibility for all aspects of pond management and harvest of fry, fingerlings, and sub-adults, including broodfish and spawning activities. Duties include pond pre-filling preparation, pond fertilization programs, algal and emergent weed control measures, and required pond / levee maintenance activities. Closing date: 4/17/20

Biological Science Lab Technician:This position is located in United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Field Organization, Northeast Area, National Center for Cool and Cold Water Aquaculture, Leetown, WV. Closing date: 4/7/20

Research Associate NYU Langone Health: In this role, the successful candidate is responsible for conducting independent basic science experimentation based on research conducted in the assigned laboratory under the mentorship of a senior scientist. Individual is expected to seek to build a portfolio of research accomplishments in preparation for acquiring a higher degree in biomedical research or medicine.  Responsibilities include oversight of our 1000 square feet 3500-tank zebrafish aquaculture facility, breeding, and rearing zebrafish, maintenance/repair of the water system and assistance with experiments investigating the genetic regulation of zebrafish development, particularly the formation of the vascular system. not sure of closing date

Aquatic Diagnostic Technician: This grant funded position has the primary responsibility for duties related to the maintenance of the aquatics laboratory and assistance with maintaining the health of fish and shellfish within the laboratory.  The Aquatic Diagnostic Technician will perform a variety of laboratory duties related to aquaculture health including collection, testing, evaluation and reporting. Closing date 4/10/20