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Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/2/2024 12:59 PM)
This position participates with government agencies on the remediation of contaminated sites in rivers and bays and natural resources damages activities associated with these sites within the Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Fishing Area. This area includes, but it is not limited to, the greater Seattle area, the Lake Washington/Cedar River, the White/Puyallup River, and the Green River watersheds, located within the Puget Sound region. In addition, this position evaluates potential impacts of instream projects, fish passage projects, utility projects, and residential or commercial development on anadromous salmonids, other fishery/shellfish resources, and/or their habitat within the Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Fishing Area.  This position provides comments to and coordinates with other government agencies on these projects to protect fish and/or habitat and to ensure that applicable regulations are properly applied and implemented.
Job ID
2024-5562
Status
Accepting
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/2/2024 12:59 PM)
This position requires professional skills and abilities to protect surface and ground water resources collaboratively with a team of highly qualified scientists. Through its federally-reserved treaty rights, the Muckleshoot Tribe is a co-manager of salmon, steelhead, and other fisheries resources within the Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Fishing Area, which includes the Lake Washington/Cedar River, the White/Puyallup River, and the Green/Duwamish River watersheds.  This position evaluates potential impacts and strategies to minimize impacts of water management plans, water rights applications, stormwater management proposals, and residential, commercial, municipal, state, or federal projects on anadromous salmonids, other fishery/shellfish resources, and/or their habitat within these watersheds. This position also assists in negotiating and implementing existing agreements on water management regimes in these watersheds.
Job ID
2024-5555
Status
Accepting
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/2/2024 12:59 PM)
This position requires professional skills and abilities to protect surface and ground water quality collaboratively with a team of scientists within the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe’s Fisheries Division. Through its federally-reserved treaty rights, the Muckleshoot Tribe is a co-manager of anadromous salmonids, other fishery/shellfish resources, and/or their habitat within the Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Fishing Area, which includes, but is not limited to, the Lake Washington/Cedar River, the White/Puyallup River, and the Green/Duwamish River watersheds, located in the Puget Sound region. Under general supervision, this position performs professional and technical work in environmental assessments, including implementation of sampling designs, development of methods and Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) measures, and data analysis across a variety of environments in order to make recommendations regarding the impacts of proposed actions on the Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Fishing Area. Evaluates and provides recommendations to local governments and other agencies on surface water quality assessments, clean-up plans, and pollution reduction strategies.   This position supervises and coordinates the performance of professional, technical and administrative work of the Water Team within Fisheries and provides technical guidance and assistance on water quality assessment, clean-up plans, and water resources issues to the Fish Habitat Protection Assistant Director.
Job ID
2024-5554
Status
Accepting