Traditional Walleye Harvest Managers – Four – Term Positions
Position is responsible to approach every person spearing; requesting name, band number, home reserve and/or place of origin, and recording this information; logging statistical information such as: male/female, number taken (each run) and to milk as many fish as possible, fertilizing the eggs and returning the milt back to the waters, using proper technique. This monitoring of the harvest is to ensure that the harvest occurs responsibly.
Responsible to record requested information by:
Approaching ALL persons entering or preparing to enter water to spear and confirming that they are Native, gathering band number, home reserve and or place of origin. This information and all responses are to be tabulated as responded, for reporting purposes.
Ensuring the harvest occurs responsibly by;
maintaining a daily log documenting:
the number of fish,
the sex of the fish
the average weight
any abnormalities in the fish
demonstrating the techniques used for milking the fish, fertilizing the eggs and returning the milk back into the water
Ensuring that weekly time sheets are filled out and handed in to the supervisor every Monday morning BEFORE 9:00 a.m.
performs other duties as may reasonably be required to fulfill the functions of this position
knowledge of traditional fish “milking” techniques, or willingness to take training and learn how to milk fish
MUST possess valid Class “G” license, own transportation and proof of valid vehicle insurance
MUST possess excellent written communications skills
public relations skills and organizational skills
positive and cheerful approach with the public
Must be able to provide a Clear Criminal Reference Check
Preference will be given to applicants of Indigenous Ancestry
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: March 14, 2018 at 4:30 pm
IN PERSON OR BY MAIL: R.R. #1, 24 Meadow Drive
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory