Salmon Watersheds Program

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January 11, 2023

Title: Analyst, Salmon Watersheds Program (SWP)
Department: Salmon Watersheds Program
Status and Funding: Full-time; Remote; Grant funded
Start Date: March 1, 2023 (or sooner)

Organizational Summary

The Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF) is salmon first, salmon always. We harness the passion and power of people to save and restore Pacific salmon in B.C. and the Yukon. And, we never go it alone, working with Indigenous partners, streamkeepers, government agencies and fellow ENGO’s, the PSF undertakes research, restoration initiatives and leadership in convening all those willing to help recover Pacific salmon. As People for Salmon, we’re here to help ensure sustainable populations of Pacific salmon for generations to come.

Position Overview

The Analyst provides analytical support to a variety of projects undertaken by PSF’s Salmon Watersheds Program. In addition to working closely with other staff in the Salmon Watersheds Program, this position requires working with an extensive network of partner organizations across BC and the Yukon to synthesize, analyze, and visualize Pacific salmon data. Occasional (approximately two to four times per year) travel to communities within BC and the Yukon is required.

Roles and Responsibilities

The Analyst undertakes a predominantly technical role in the Salmon Watersheds Program:

Reporting and Supervision

Supervised by the Director of Salmon Watersheds Program, the Analyst will be responsible for undertaking all work identified by the Director and meeting or exceeding the standard of care set by the Director.


Mentoring and Development

The PSF is committed to life-long learning for all team members. Ongoing mentoring will be available to facilitate the Analyst’s career development and appropriate training and skill-building opportunities will be provided subject to budget constraints. Educational opportunities will be encouraged.


The compensation range for this role is between $80,000-$90,000 per year.


This role is primarily remote. A hybrid option with in-office attendance may be accommodated at Management’s discretion. Travel will be required to participate in in-person meetings, workshops, and staff gatherings. Candidates from BC, Yukon and Alberta are encouraged to apply.

Diversity and Inclusion

We believe diversity is key to excellence and actively encourage applications from indigenous persons, persons of marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions, and members of groups that commonly experience discrimination due to race, ancestry, colour, religion and/or spiritual beliefs, or place of origin.

Application Deadline

January 22, 2023

To apply for this position:
Please email your resume and cover letter in one document (pdf or word) to