Job Opening: Anti-Invasive Species Coordinator

St. Croix River Association seeks applicants interested in coordinating anti-aquatic invasive species effort.




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Zebra mussels
Zebra mussels

The St. Croix River Association (a St. Croix 360 partner) is seeking applicants for the new position of Invasive Species Coordinator.

Funded by a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the position will initially focus on aquatic invasive species (AIS) such as Eurasian milfoil, zebra mussels, and invasive carp.

The individual chosen for the job will coordinate a collaborative effort to “identify AIS  threats in the St. Croix and its watershed, develop long term strategies for the management of existing AIS and protection against new infestations, and strengthen and expand effective partnerships to increase capacity for AIS work.”

Required qualifications include everything from a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field to canoe and kayak experience. See the job announcement below for details.

Applications are being accepted until June 13, or when the position is filled. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to St. Croix River Association executive director Deb Ryun at

Want to battle invasive species but not interested in the job? Check out Project RED for volunteer opportunities.

Full job posting:

St. Croix River Invasive Species job posting


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