This is a full-time, year-round staff-level position that requires a self-starter, an excellent team player and someone that works well independently or in a closely supervised setting. This position will require coordination with the Fish and Wildlife Department managers to assist in project implementation of habitat restoration of floodplain/riparian processes and functions, mitigate natural resources, assist in operations and maintenance of mitigation parcels, protect and conserve fish and wildlife on Kootenai Tribe of Idaho ancestral lands. Knowledge and understanding of wildlife biology/ecology, botany, plant propagation, and native habitat restoration is required. Proactively utilize ecological information to enhance riparian/moist soil communities, and ability to use nursery plants and weed control in habitat management. Excellent skills in communication (both oral and written), report writing, statistical/data analysis, organization, scheduling and implementation of natural resource surveys, and aptitude in ArcMap are required. The applicant must demonstrate work crew supervisory skills. Additionally, an understanding and knowledge of Kootenai Tribal history is a desired attribute.