Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) are advertising to fill two fisheries technician positions at their Inuvik location (Northwest Territories); one term position, and one indeterminate. These are exciting opportunities for individuals who have an interest in working in Canada’s western Arctic on various field-based programs focused on fish and marine mammals, and delivered in partnership with co-management partners, communities, and harvesters. The job posting can be found here, and has a closing date of January 4, 2019.
Fisheries Technician (EG-03) posting with DFO Inuvik
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