The application period for these positions have now closed.
OASISS is currently seeking a highly motivated, experienced individual to act as our Field Operations Manager in a full-time, seasonal, permanent position. This individual will be responsible for leading the survey, treatment and data management for our invasive plants program. The ideal candidate will have strong administration and communication skills; experience coordinating field programs and managing sub-contractors; proficiency with GIS and database management; and ability to work independently at a home office and in the field.
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Citizen Science Volunteer – Invasive Mussel Monitoring
Seeking community members who own private docks on Kalamalka, Wood, Okanagan, Skaha, Vaseux, or Osoyoos lakes to help monitor for invasive mussels during the months of August and September. Volunteers will receive two mussel monitors to have attached to their docks and be required to check them every two weeks. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sierra at 250-718-7901 for more information.
Citizen Science Volunteer – Shoreline Surveys for Asian Clams
Seeking community members who are interested in conducting shoreline surveys every two weeks for Asian clams on beaches at Osoyoos Lake, during the months of August and September. Email email@example.com or call Sierra at 250-718-7901 for more information.