[env-trinity] Job Announcement
yurokfish at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 10:42:03 PDT 2013
*Agency, Location: *Yurok Tribe. Trinity River. Willow Creek, CA.
*Salary: *$59,130 - $92,134 DOE
*End Date:* *Until Filled*
Provide expertise in geomorphology, geology, physical science, and river
restoration design and implementation. Responsible for developing and
implementation of geomorphic monitoring and assessment, hydraulic and
sediment transport modeling, analysis and interpretation. Serves as the
Yurok Tribe’s Physical Workgroup representative and co-lead of the Yurok
Design Group for the Trinity River Restoration Program. This includes
preparation of restoration design plans and reports, review of partner
design plans and reports, and participation in meetings. Performs
hydraulic and sediment transport modeling, geomorphic baseline monitoring
and in-stream flow measurements, including 2D hydraulic and fish habitat
modeling in support of rehabilitation site design assessments and
development of alternatives. Conducts numerical analysis and computer
modeling to develop gravel augmentation plans and evaluate sediment
transport and changes in channel morphology. Prepares technical reports,
presents findings, and makes recommendations in a clear and logical manner.
Supervises and provides training for subordinate staff. This position may
also be involved with regulatory permitting and other duties as necessary
to meet the needs of the organization.
Masters degree (M.S.) or Bachelor’s degree with an equivalent combination
of education and experience in Geology, Geomorphology, Environmental
Engineering or closely related field and four years of progressive
experience involving fluvial geomorphology, fisheries restoration, and/or
river restoration engineering. See link below for additional information.
*Contact:* Tim Hayden, Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program
*Email:* thayden at yuroktribe.nsn.us
Habitat Restoration Biologist
Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program
Trinity River Fisheries Division
PO Box 36
Willow Creek, CA. 95573
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