Wildlife Refuge Specialist, Southeast Idaho National Wildlife Complex

Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge, ID

Position Title: Wildlife Refuge Specialist

Organization: Southeast Idaho National Wildlife Complex

Location: Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge, ID

Position Overview:  From April to October, this position will be based at Grays Lake National Wildlife Refuge, home of North America’s largest montane bulrush marsh. This wetland supports Idaho’s greatest concentration of breeding trumpeter swans and its largest breeding colony of Franklin’s gulls as well as the continent’s largest breeding population of sandhill cranes. This position will be responsible for day-to-day management and administrative duties, and field crew supervision. The incumbent will also participate in planning processes and biological surveys. During the winter (November to March), the position will be based out of the Complex office in Chubbuck and deployed to other Refuges within the Complex as needed.

How to Apply: Please view the flyer and contact Jeremy Trimpey, the Deputy Project Leader, at Jeremy_Trimpey@fws.gov for more information and how to apply.