The Fisheries Biologist III is a professional level position within the Stock
Assessment Division of the Natural Resources Department. The incumbent coordinates and
conducts highly specialized fisheries monitoring and evaluation work in support of LIBC fisheries
priorities and strategic objectives. The incumbent is responsible for the operation of the South Fork
Nooksack River rotary smolt trap, leading the passive integrated transponder (PIT-tag) monitoring
program, managing biological sample collections and field data, conducting high level data
analyses, producing technical reports, and supervising technicians and biologists. In addition, the
incumbent works closely with the Salmon Enhancement Division in support of the South Fork
Chinook Rescue Program to monitor and evaluate management actions related to supplementation
efforts. The incumbent performs all duties in strict accordance with monitoring and evaluation
terms and conditions, scientific collection permit requirements, Fisheries Co-Manager policies, and
all LIBC policies and procedures.
The Lummi Indian Business Council provides competitive health, dental, and retirement benefits.