HICKEY BROS RESEARCH,LLC
Our mission is to foster new and continue long term partnerships with State and Federal agencies focused on fisheries management either independently or collaboratively. Our overall company objective is to provide operational expertise in the areas of fisheries assessment and data collection through unbiased sampling strategies and innovative and adaptive gear development. Organizationally our cumulative wealth of fishing experience allows us to assist the fisheries research community with effective, efficient and adaptive netting techniques, while also allowing us to pursue new technologies to ensure the future effectiveness of sampling strategies in light of the ever-changing environment.
We are always open to new projects and ideas in fisheries management. Contact Todd Stuthfirstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
The work we complete is ever evolving, if you have interest in employment please send resume to email@example.com
Position: Fisheries Technician
Company: Hickey Bros. Research, LLC
Term: 6-month Seasonal Position; potential for full-time employment
Job Location: Yellowstone National Park, WY
Salary: $15.00-$17.00/hr. DOE, Housing included with position
Application Deadline: May 31, 2022
Position Duration: Immediately-October 15, 2022
Who we are:
Hickey Bros. Research, LLC is a private fisheries research company. The company’s foundation is in the Wisconsin commercial fishery and established in 1967. The research division developed from the knowledge and expertise obtained from commercial fishing on Lake Michigan & Bay of Green Bay. The research division has roots in the inland Northwest with operations in Hope ID, along with the home office in Baileys Harbor WI. Hickey Bros Research has relationships with state, federal and tribal agencies focusing on fisheries research. www.baileysharborfishcompany.com
What we do:
Our Company’s objective is to provide operational expertise in the areas of fisheries assessment and data collection. Ultimately Hickey Bros Research collaborates with the scientific community to assist in the management of invasive species and restore native ecosystems.
Technicians are part of crew working on a 32-47 ft. commercial research vessel.
-Deployment and retrieval of fishing gear
-Removal of fish from nets
-Identifying, sorting, and measuring fish for data collection
-Daily communication with crew and partner agencies
-Maintenance, cleaning and general upkeep of boats and gear
Work may occur during periods of inclement weather
Must be able to lift 75 lbs.
College or Vocational education in fisheries or related field; or relevant work experience.
Valid US driver’s license
Must pass drug screening
Preferably prior fisheries experience
Knowledge of boats and water ideal
Positive, can-do attitude is a must!
To Apply: Email cover letter and resume with references to HR Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line of “YNP Fish Tech 2022 Application”
Zoom interview process will follow application deadline.
Lifting a net