Job DescriptionStationed at Warm Springs, the Program Supervisor will work on and supervise staff for the 34,000-acre Pine Creek Conservation Area (70-80%) and the Willamette Conservation Areas Program (20-30%). Will supervise three Biologists. Frequent travel to properties in Clarno and Willamette basin. Work includes 50% office, 50% field work, must have vision for habitat uplift and long term land management, perform and direct various habitat monitoring actions, habitat restoration project management, write reports, assist in writing management plans, grant writing, contract solicitation and management, flora and fauna inventory, GIS data collection, and assist staff on management activities on the property. Must be comfortable working alone in extremely remote desert wilderness. Must be able to withstand long periods of working in temperatures at times in excess of 110F degrees, hiking long distances in steep terrain, and performing strenuous duties such as heavy lifting.
RequirementsRequires 2 years supervisory experience, Masters of Science in wildlife biology, botany, natural resources, or related field, and five years experience; OR Bachelors degree and seven years professional experience related to position. Also requires valid drivers license, COVID Vaccination and booster, background check and drug screening.
BenefitsHealth Insurance (Medical, Dental, Vision), Supplemental Insurance, 9 Paid Holidays, Accrued Paid Time off (PTO), 401-K retirement account and match.