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School of the Environment

Pathways Intern Program Biological Science Technician USACE

Student Trainee (Biological Science Technician)

Pathways Internship

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Under the Pathways Intern Program the incumbent will identify and survey fish and wildlife species.  Assist in the development of species lists for project natural areas. Inspect fish passage facilities to meet requirements of the fish passage plan.  Assist higher graded biologist involved in sensitive species capture activities.  Monitors behavior and habitat characteristics.

Interesting outside work with opportunity to continue past summer

Washington State University Technical Assistant I Temporary Help position working with Dr. David Huggins’s research group.

Technical Assistants would be responsible for assisting with agricultural research studies that would include both field work and lab work.  Field work would include, but not be limited to, experimental plot establishment, soil sampling, and crop harvesting/drying/threshing.  Lab work would include, but not be limited to, soil drying/sieving/grinding/processing, grain/residue milling/processing. Field work may involve working under physically demanding conditions such as in hot or cold weather, in the rain or snow.

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