January 26, 2019
Temporary/Part–Time. Dates: January 30, 2019 to August 10, 2019. (5) Positions.
Local Research Assistant will work part-time of 20 hours per week in community to document subsistence takes of harbor seals and Steller sea lions in Bristol Bay marine mammal hunting communities.
Job qualifications are stated below as Essential Job Results. The Essential Job Results are what the employee must be able to accomplish in order to be competent in the job. Candidates must demonstrate their ability to accomplish these results.
Must be at least 21 years of age. Local Research Assistants should be long-term residents of their communities. They should have good communication skills and be able to collect and record data. The ideal assistant is a person who participates in subsistence activities either harvesting or processing marine mammals. Training: Local Research Assistants will receive in-classroom training on Bristol Bay Harvest Data Collection protocols conducted by BBNA’s Marine Mammal Program Manager and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Subsistence Division staff in Dillingham between December 2018 and January 2019.
Candidates are asked to provide a fully completed BBNA job application.