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Sage Environmental Research is hiring!

May 5, 2018

Sage Environmental Research is seeking qualified candidates to join our team in Moscow, ID. We are hiring a Project Manager and up to 6 Stream Restoration Specialists to assist with implementing 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. Compensation starts at $20 / hour.

 

The stream restoration specialists will help implement stream restoration projects in Idaho and Washington, conduct biological surveys, and maintain equipment. Most of the work is laborious and requires working long days in remote field settings. Camping during work hitches will be required. Stream restoration specialists report directly to the project manager. This is currently a temporary, full time position from July to October 2018, with the possibility to extend and/or rehire during the 2019 field season, depending on work performance. Compensation starts at $15 / hour.

 

Visit www.sageenvironmentalresearch.com/employment for more information about our company and apply for these positions.

 

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