The Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife department is posting the FSC Catch Monitor project. Two field technician positions are needed for the 2023 – 2024 season.

Job Description

  • Program operation is mid- May to mid- September
  • Two part-time seasonal field technician positions
  • Scheduled travel along Highway 16 West, Terrace to Kwinitsa River confluence
  • Monitor and record FSC salmon harvest and effort along the Lower Skeena River
  • Both crew members will collect data, and share data responsibility
  • 5 field days per week
  • Starting wage is $20.90 an hour


  • Grade 12 completion of highschool
  • Post-secondary education an asset
  • Previous fisheries monitoring experience is an asset
  • Data collection experience
  • Communication skills
  • Valid Class 5 BC Drivers Licence
  • First Aid OFA Level 1
  • Swift Water Technician Level 1
  • MED A-3
  • Physically fit, good health
  • Ability to work safely in all types of weather conditions
  • Safely conduct work on and around moving water


  • Ability to follow direction, from management
  • Ability to effectively work on own with associate technician
  • Safely and respectfully interact with, Kitsumkalum staff, FSC harvesters and public
  • Ability to work flexible hours and days
  • Record data collected on- site
  • Submit completed data to project supervisor weekly
  • Respect Kitsumkalum machinery and equipment
  • Record daily mileage, fuel expenditures and safety forms

Successful candidates will be contacted by the Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife department. Drop your resume, cover letter and clean drivers abstract off at;

Kitsumkalum Fish & Wildlife Department at the Development Corporation & Resource Management Office 14303 Highway 16 West, Terrace, BC V8G-0C8

Forward resume to: Attn: Jim Roberts, Fisheries Coordinator