Submit your application by Tuesday, July 6, 2021
The Carrier Sekani Tribal Council is currently seeking to employ up to seven technicians to assist with the
completion of the Fisheries program’s suite of projects. The successful applicants should be comfortable
working in a fast-paced, dynamic and detail-oriented environment, and have excellent communication
and time management skills. The technicians will work in a team environment as they will closely work
with a trained biologist and/or other technicians to provide field support for the collection, processing,
monitoring, preservation and analysis of samples, data and information.
The projects that technicians may work on are:
- Stellako DIDSON enumeration (Mid July – end of October)
- Endako Chinook enumeration (up to 10 days, starting Aug )
- Endako Chinook trap and fence (A few weeks during the year)
- Nadina Sockeye enumeration (Mid-September- mid October)
- White Sturgeon juvenile index sampling (August-October)
- Class 5 BC driver’s license. Will consider Class 7N
- Experience working on fish enumeration, fish monitoring, or similar projects.
- Experience working independently and in a team oriented collaborative environment.
- Ability to work evenings and weekends
- Must be comfortable and feel safe working in and around water
- Must be comfortable and feel safe working in all weather conditions.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Ability to fulfill tasks that requires meticulous attention to detail.
- Physically fit, able to lift 60 pounds, in order to carry out field-based work for extended periods
- Possess phone and email.
- Level 1 First Aid and Transportation Endorsement certificate
- Pleasure Craft Operators License
- Swiftwater Rescue certificate
- Helicopter Emergency Egress certificate
Additional Assets: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Fish and Wildlife Technician diploma or equivalent.
- Experience in fish capture techniques and using field sampling equipment.
- Experience operating boats, ATV’s and driving on gravel roads
- Experience working with First Nations.
- Knowledge of general mechanics/small engine repair an asset.
Work will take place from mid-July until the end of October. Full-time, up to 40 hours per week, with
flexible hours (some evenings and weekends). Typical hours are 8:30am – 5:00pm (8.5 hour days with a
half hour unpaid lunch break).
Although preference will be given to Indigenous applicants (including First Nations, Métis and Inuit), all
qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. In accordance with Section 16(1) of the Canadian Human
Deadline for this job posting is Tuesday July 6, 2021 at 5:00 pm. We thank all applicants for their
interest, however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Competitive wage, based on experience, certificates and training. Starting wage is $16.50/hour.
How to Apply
Interested candidates can send a current résumé with 3 references to:
Fisheries Program Manager
Carrier Sekani Tribal Council
Suite 200- 1460 6th Avenue, Prince George, BC, V2L 3N2