Working at LGL

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Job Openings

Fisheries Technician

Coquitlam River, BC - Canada

We are hiring for temporary hourly fisheries technician positions on the Coquitlam River Sockeye Salmon Smolt Enumeration Study. The study will run from approximately mid-April to mid-June 2024. LGL Limited biologists will be managing the work and will provide hands-on training for the position.

Senior Terrestrial Biologist

St. John's, NL - Canada

The Senior Terrestrial Biologist will be part of our applied Fisheries and Aquatics team with project work in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, with a focus on, but not restricted to, supporting current and future clients in fisheries management, stock assessment, environmental assessments, and recovery of species. Work will include project identification, client liaison, proposal development, project planning, implementation, and delivery including data collection, entry, analysis, and reporting with the potential to contribute to peer-reviewed publications and/or presentations at relevant scientific conferences. This position comes with opportunities for career advancement and professional growth including opportunities to work in other regions in Canada and the US.

Senior Water Quality Specialist

Ontario - Canada

Our clients include government, industry, First Nations, and non-government organizations. We are comprised of over 100 professionals including freshwater and marine biologists, wildlife biologists, botanists, certified arborists, environmental planners, landscape architects, and computer database/mapping specialists. Our offices in Ontario include our head office in King City and a satellite office in Cambridge. The Ontario Region provides ecological consulting services for land and infrastructure development and natural resource management projects.

Wildlife Biologist / Ecologist

Sidney, BC - Canada

Reporting to a Senior Wildlife Biologist, the Wildlife Biologist/Ecologist will be part of our applied ecological research team with project work focusing on the ecology of terrestrial and wetland ecosystems, primarily in British Columbia and Alberta, with opportunities to work in other regions in Canada or the US. Work will include project planning, implementation, and delivery including data collection, entry, analysis, and reporting with the potential to contribute to peer-reviewed publications and/or presentations at relevant scientific conferences. This position comes with opportunities for career advancement and professional growth.

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