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Position # 1411
OrganizationWorld Fisheries Trust
Position Research and Stewardship Assistant
Description We are searching for a team of organized and self-motivated volunteers to assist with our domestic research, stewardship and restoration projects, including work with Olympia Oysters, Pacific Herring, and Cutthroat Trout. Volunteers will gain valuable experience with fieldwork, data collection, data analysis, and more. We always strive to connect volunteers with interesting opportunities.

Volunteers may have the opportunity to:
- Conduct summer oyster surveys and monitoring;
- Conduct eDNA sampling;
- Prepare outreach and education materials and posts;
- Attend community events as a representative of World Fisheries Trust;
- Use multi-parameter meters to collect water quality data;
- Conduct analysis and evaluate environment information and survey data to assist in producing scientific reports;
- take part in 6PPD-Q sampling on urban creeks;
- Assist with riparian restoration efforts and conduct stream habitat surveys;
- And more!
Training Details A diploma or degree in the environmental field, as well as experience with field work in various working conditions is considered an asset but is not required. Training will be provided.
Working Conditions Hours vary by activity and could range from as little as 1hr to 8hrs. Activities take place rain or shine. If special PPE is required it will be provided. Volunteers must be physically able to work in the field safely.
Minimum Duration 3 months or less
Timing Weekday - Daytime, Weekend - Daytime
Age 18+
Ideal for An Individual
Transportation Car required
Area(s) of Interest Animals/Pets, Communication/Public Relations, Gardening/Environment
Skill(s) Public Speaking/Presentation Skills, Computer Skills, Problem Solving, Accountability, Counting
How to Apply
Application Link:
Website http://www.worldfish.org
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Contact Rebecca
Address Victoria , V9A 4T5
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