Project Manager and Crew Lead


Moscow, ID



$20 / hour


Sage Environmental Research is seeking a qualified project manager to oversee stream restoration projects in Idaho and Washington. The project manager will help plan and manage projects, coordinate and lead field crews, maintain equipment, conduct biological surveys, and assist with writing reports and proposals. The project manager will be responsible for completing projects efficiently, effectively, and within tight timelines. Most of the work will be located at remote field sites and camping during work hitches will be required. The project manager reports directly to the company owners.

This is currently a temporary, full time position from July to October 2018, with the possibility to become permanent depending on work performance. Please send your resume and cover letter (optional) to:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experience managing crews of 2-6 people or more

  • Knowledge of and interest in natural resources management, habitat restoration, salmon ecology and riparian ecology

  • Basic mechanical skills to troubleshoot and repair equipment in remote field settings

  • Experience using hand and power tools, including chainsaw, winch, grip hoist, and hydraulic post driver

  • Experience working long days in inclement weather and willing to live at camp sites for 4-8-day hitches

  • Ability to safely lift 60 pounds

  • Detail-oriented, self-motivated, innovative, positive attitude

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a natural resource related field, preferably fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, restoration ecology

  • Experience completing permits necessary for instream work

  • Project management experience

  • ATV and first aid training

  • Experience working in the private sector or as a consultant

  • Demonstrated technical writing ability

  • Strong computer skills and experience using GIS software, statistics software, hydrologic modeling software, and Microsoft Office products

  • Ability to safely lift 100 pounds

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