Biological Technicians work with fisheries and wildlife programs, collecting data and often living in remote field camps. Duties of Biological Technicians vary depending on the program(s) they are working with. These positions usually begin in April or May and last through September or October.
During the summer season we normally hire 3-7 Biological Technicians. In order to gain a national pool of applicants for these positions, they are advertised through USA Jobs. The open period for applying for these positions is usually from the first week of December through the first week of January. USA Jobs will specify the exact dates. Applications must be postmarked by the closing date in order to be eligible for consideration. In addition to getting your application in, you may want to follow up with the specific refuges you want to work for with a phone call, a copy of your application, or both.
If you live on or near Togiak Refuge and are interested in applying for one of these positions, please contact us to find out more or complete the Contact Us online form to arrange for staff to contact you.