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FW: Birdjobs -- December 5, 2016

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From: <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> on behalf of Cheryl Trine <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Reply-To: Cheryl Trine <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Date: Monday, December 5, 2016 at 12:29 AM
To: "[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>" <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Subject: Birdjobs -- December 5, 2016
Resent-From: Jim Schneider <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Resent-Date: Monday, December 5, 2016 at 12:30 AM

The OSNA job board format at <http://osnabirds.org/Jobs.aspx><http://osnabirds.org/Jobs.aspx> allows for real-time posting by members of one of the OSNA societies (members must be logged in to OSNA in order to see the job posting option). Members may also update their own announcements and remove them from the list when no longer needed.

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RING-NECKED PHEASANT FIELD CREW LEADER  at Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Nebraska Game and Parks  Website: http://snr.unl.edu/necoopunit/  Location: Southwest Nebraska.  Duration: 2-year term.  Job Type: Permanent.  Application Deadline: 1 Jan 2017.  Job Description: The Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Nebraska Game and Parks are recruiting a field crew leader to study survival, nesting ecology, and movement of Ring-Necked Pheasants in Southwest Nebraska. Employment is a full-time, 2-year term position, eligible for benefits. The crew leader will be responsible for supervising up to five research technicians and coordinating field research activities on a daily basis. Among other duties, primary field responsibilities expected of the crew leader will include: capturing, banding, and fitting radio-transmitters to ring-necked pheasants, tracking pheasants using telemetry equipment, tracking and locating pheasant hens and broods, and performing nest visits, brood flushing, and vegetation sampling. In addition to supervising field activities, the crew leader will be responsible for scheduling technicians, data management, reporting research progress to supervisor, and maintaining equipment, inventory, and research vehicles.  Qualifications: A Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Ecology or a related field and relevant field experience is required. Previous leadership experience is highly desired, though not required. Successful applicants should have experience capturing, handling, banding, and radio-marking birds, as well as tracking animals using telemetry equipment. Basic GIS skills will be beneficial, though not necessary (ArcMAP or QGIS). Those that apply should have an enthusiasm for field work and upland game bird ecology, and be physically fit – capable of walking long distances through dense vegetation and working long days in inclement weather. The crew leader will be expected to coordinate field efforts to meet research project goals, objectives, and deadlines, while supervising a team of field technicians. Therefore, those that apply must possess strong leadership qualities, be detail-oriented and self-motivated, and have a strong work ethic. All applicants are subject to University of Nebraska-Lincoln hiring requirements, including a criminal background check and satisfactory driving record. If selected for employment, applicants will be required to complete CPR, First Aid, and AED certification prior to beginning field work. Employment is a full-time, 2 year term position, eligible for benefits. Shared field housing is provided in Culbertson, NE.  Compensation: $15.50/hr + shared housing provided   To apply, please send a cover letter, resume/CV, and contact information for three references to JENNY FOGGIA (EM: jfoggia AT unl.edu). Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Individuals not selected for an interview/hiring will be notified after the closing date. For information about Upland Bird Research at UNL, visit: http://snr.unl.edu/prairiebirds/ For information about the Fontaine Lab at UNL, visit: https://sites.google.com/site/tjfontaineunl/

RAPTOR COUNTER NEEDED  at Onondaga Audubon Society's Derby Hill Bird Observatory.  Location: Mexico, N.Y.  Duration: March 1 - May 31, 2017.  Job Type: Temporary.  Application Deadline: 15 Jan 2017.  Job Description: RAPTOR COUNTER NEEDED to conduct, as a contracted service, the 2017 full season spring raptor migration count at Onondaga Audubon Society's Derby Hill Bird Observatory located in Mexico, N.Y. from March 1 - May 31, 2017. Applicants must be adept at identifying and enumerating eastern hawks, falcons, eagles and vultures at a distance using a standard protocol. The counter is responsible for daily counts, data entry and preparation of a daily log for publication on the Observatory website five days/week (no less than 40 hours/week) as coordinated with the Operations Manager. As appropriate, the counter is expected to engage site visitors about the Observatory's mission and natural history. Contracted services include the preparation of a report of the count and observations at the conclusion of the season.  Qualifications: . The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, demonstrated computer skills, including data entry and use of MS Office, be in good physical condition and willing to work outdoors for extended periods. The counter is expected to provide his/her optical equipment and reliable transportation.  Compensation: On site housing is provided. Compensation for contracted services will range from $4,500 - $5,000 depending upon experience.  To Apply: Applications will be accepted until January 15, 2017 or until a qualified candidate is selected, whichever occurs first. Applicants must be US citizens or posses required documentation that they are eligible to be contracted within this country. Please email cover letter and resume outlining relevant experience (including contact information and three references) to DAVID FITCH (EM: dfitch52 AT gmail.com).

PROFESSOR IN TERRESTRIAL ECOLOGY/CONSERVATION BIOLOGY  at The Department of Biological Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough.  Website: https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10050/jobdetail.ftl?job=1601572  Location: Scarborough, Ontario, CANADA.  Duration: start July 1, 2017.  Job Type: Professor.  Application Deadline: 8 Dec 2016.  Job Description: The Department of Biological Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough invites applications for a tenure-stream appointment in the areas of Ecology and Conservation Biology. The appointment is at the rank of Assistant Professor and will commence on July 1, 2017. The successful candidate will work in the areas of urban and rural terrestrial ecology, and the management of ecosystem services in human-modified landscapes. They will have an active field program, with potential to capitalize on the network of urban-rural greenspaces local to the campus, including the Rouge National Urban Park, Canada’s first National Urban Park (http://bit.ly/OMSt3K); the University of Toronto’s Koffler Scientific Reserve, an internationally recognized site for research and education in biodiversity, ecology and conservation biology (http://ksr.utoronto.ca/; and the Ontario Greenbelt (http://www.mah.gov.on.ca/Page187.aspx). The University of Toronto is an international leader in biological research and education and the Department of Biological Sciences enjoys strong ties to other units within the University. The successful candidate will join an expanding and dynamic group of faculty working in the areas of Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation, and will contribute to both the undergraduate curriculum and graduate teaching in Conservation and Biodiversity as part of a professional Master's program. They will be expected to participate in the Graduate Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto (http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca/)to maintain an active research program centered at the University of Toronto Scarborough, and to foster and facilitate inclusivity while working in one of Canada's most diverse institutions.  Qualifications: The successful candidate will be expected to conduct innovative research at the highest international level and to establish an outstanding, externally funded research program. Candidates must have a PhD in Ecology, Conservation Biology or close equivalent by the time of appointment or shortly thereafter. Applicants must have a demonstrated record of excellence in research, as demonstrated by publications in top ranked and field relevant academic journals, presentations at significant conferences, awards for work in the field, and strong endorsements by referees of high international standing. Candidates must also demonstrate a commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate student training and supervision. Evidence of commitment to excellence in teaching will be demonstrated through teaching accomplishments, letters of reference and the statement of teaching philosophy submitted as part of the application.  Compensation: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.  To Apply: All qualified candidates are invited to apply by clicking on this link https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10050/jobdetail.ftl?job=1601572. Applications must include a CV, statements of research and teaching interests and three representative publications. Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. We recommend combining attachments into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format. Applicants should also arrange that letters of reference (on letterhead, signed and scanned) from at least three referees familiar with the candidate's research and teaching be emailed directly by the referees to (EM: biologygeneral AT utsc.utoronto.ca). Applications lacking reference letters will not be considered. If you have questions about this position, please email (EM: biologygeneral AT utsc.utoronto.ca). All materials must be received by December 8, 2016. Further information on the research and teaching activities of the department can be found at http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~biosci/. The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of color, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

OPPORTUNITY IN QUANTITATIVE AVIAN ECOLOGY  at University of Alberta.  Website: http://www.borealbirds.ca  Location: Edmonton, AB, Canada.  Duration: 2 years.  Job Type: Post-doc.  Job Description: We are seeking a quantitative ecologist to participate in a large, collaborative project on avian conservation in managed boreal forests. In partnership with industry and government, the goal of this 3-year research program is to model and forecast how bird species respond to the landscape changes that occur through forestry activities at local, regional, and national extents. The successful candidate will work with a team of avian ecologists, forest scientists, and statisticians to develop predictive statistical models of avian species abundance and distribution in relation to the climatic, biotic and spatial characteristics of forest habitats. These models will be embedded in a spatial simulation engine to forecast the consequences of alternate forest management and conservation plans and identify forest management practices that best support conservation goals. The scope of the project is national. The direct supervisors will be Erin Bayne (University of Alberta, expertise in avian ecology and impacts of natural resource management) and Steven Cumming (Université Laval, expertise in forest landscape dynamics, avian habitat modelling, and spatial simulation). Additional collaborators on this NSERC-funded project will include Marcel Darveau, Eliot McIntire, Fréderic Raulier, as well as other post-doctoral fellows and graduate students. The successful candidate will also be part of the Boreal Avian Modelling Project (BAM) team. BAM, based out of the University of Alberta, seeks to understand the ecology and dynamics of avian populations and their habitats in the boreal forest of North America (for more details on BAM see www.borealbirds.ca<http://www.borealbirds.ca>). This role entails active participation in weekly BAM meetings, review of joint publications, and grant preparation. The successful candidate will also provide technical support to BAM team members, aided by the BAM Biostatistician and simulation model developers. Location of tenure: The position will be located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, with one or more stages spent in Quebec City (Université Laval) and/or Victoria (Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre) to work with collaborators. No field work is required.  Qualifications: 1. Ph.D. in ecology, natural resource sciences, applied mathematics, statistics, or a related field; 2. Exceptional reasoning and analytical skills and the ability to function well both on their own and in teams; 3. Experience with statistical modelling; 4. High-level programming skills (e.g., R, Python) and a keenness to ensure reproducibility; 5. Experience with wildlife-habitat or species distribution modelling, preferably at large scales; 6. Able to confidently interact with people of varying backgrounds; 7. Experience with Geographic Information Systems and remotely sensed data; 8. Experience with spatial simulation modelling an asset; 9. Familiarity with the forest management planning and associated software tools an asset.  Compensation: The 2-year position will ideally start in Jan 2017. The annual salary is $53,000 plus benefits.  To Apply: Please provide a letter of interest, your CV, and an example of your writing skills in the form of a peer-reviewed manuscript. Your letter should indicate how you meet all of the criteria, and state when you are able to start. We will accept applications until a suitable candidate is found. Send application packages to: NICOLE BARKER, BAM Coordinating Scientist, (EM: nbarker AT ualberta.ca).

PHD OPPORTUNITIES IN AVIAN ECOLOGY & CONSERVATION IN CANADIAN BOREAL FORESTS  at Laval University & University of Alberta.  Location: Quebec, QC or Edmonton, AB, Canada.  Duration: 3 years.  Job Type: Student. Number of Openings: 4. Job Description: The Canadian boreal region supports globally-significant populations of >200 species of migratory songbirds and waterfowl, at some of the highest breeding densities in North America. About 50% of the forests in this region have already been allocated to industrial forestry, the most widespread and persistent land use affecting currently forested lands. The long-term effects of these activities on migratory bird populations remain poorly understood and we don’t know what conservation measures might be necessary or possible. We have four PhD opportunities to address these knowledge gaps, as part of a large, collaborative project on avian conservation in managed boreal forests. In partnership with industry and government, the goal of this 3-year research program is to model and forecast how bird species respond to the landscape changes that occur through forestry activities, at local, regional, and national extents. The successful candidate will use statistical analysis of observational data coupled with spatial simulation and scenario analyses. Students will work with scientists from the Boreal Avian Modelling Project (http://www.borealbirds.ca), Ducks Unlimited Canada, the Canadian Forest Service, and Environment and Climate Change Canada, who have assembled enormous collections of empirical data that can be used to model species’ abundance and distribution in relation to environmental factors such as the “forestry footprint”. ================================================================
The following four PhD opportunities are available: The first three positions will be in the Department of Wood and Forest Sciences at Laval University in Québec City. Laval is a French-language university. Theses may be written in English, but the capacity to function in French or the interest to learn are recommended. Québec City is well known for its exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities, natural beauty, historical interest, and vibrant cultural life. The francophone cultural environment provides non-francophone students an excellent opportunity to develop or improve French language skills. 1. STAND, LANDSCAPE, AND REGIONAL FOREST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO CONSERVE AVIAN POPULATIONS This project will integrate custom predictive avian abundance models and high resolution simulation tools (SpaDES) to evaluate: a) how the distribution and abundance of avian species varies naturally in space and time; b) how the introduction of forest harvesting into unmanaged systems affects these two indicators; and c) how variation in spatial and temporal patterns of harvesting alters the long-term impacts of forest management. The outcomes will be insight into the efficacy of the available management and policy instruments in improving joint outcomes of harvest levels and species abundance, and how management choices should vary among regions with different climates or fire regimes. The project will be co-led by STEVEN CUMMING (EM: stevec AT sbf.ulaval.ca) and Eliot McIntire (Pacific Forestry Centre). 2. ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF WATERFOWL AND OTHER NON-SONGBIRDS IN MANAGED FORESTS This project will develop predictive models of waterfowl, raptors, and songbirds associated with riparian areas. A critical step will be identifying specialized habitat elements (e.g., wetland types, potential cavity-trees) and developing indicators for their presence in terms of forest inventory and other spatial data. Once species abundance models have been built, the student will use simulation models to evaluate best management practices for maintaining these species on riparian areas within managed forests. The project will be co-led by MARCEL DARVEAU (Ducks Unlimited Canada, EM: Marcel.Darveau AT sbf.ulaval.ca) and Steven Cumming. 3. SCALE AND EXTENT OF FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANNING: WHAT’S BEST FOR BOTH HARVEST AND BIRDS? This project will develop effective methods to bridge scales and extents to incorporate non-timber values such as forest songbirds in both operational and strategic forest management planning. Québec forests will be used as a case study system wherein example integrated management areas which account for non-timber values are constructed. Some prior knowledge of forest management planning and/or operations research would be beneficial in this post. The project will be co-led by Frédéric Raulier and STEVEN CUMMING (EM: stevec AT sbf.ulaval.ca). 4. COSTS AND BENEFITS OF WITHIN-BLOCK FOREST PRACTICES FOR SONGBIRD COMMUNITIES The goal of this project will be to evaluate how post-harvest within-block forest structure (e.g., basal area remaining) influences bird communities. The project will use Forest Resource Inventory, LiDAR, and avian data to quantify and identify thresholds and predict species’ non-linear responses to retention areas, while evaluating the relative merits of different methods for estimating the amount of retained structure from e.g. satellite or LiDAR data. The project will be co-led by ERIN BAYNE (EM: bayne AT ualberta.ca) and Steven Cumming and will be based in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. ================================================================
The students will interact with a large team of researchers across Canada, including: Steven Cumming (Université Laval, forest landscape dynamics, avian habitat modelling, and spatial simulation), Marcel Darveau (Ducks Unlimited Canada and Université Laval, conservation of waterfowl and riparian habitat), Erin Bayne (University of Alberta, avian ecology and impacts of natural resource management), Eliot McIntire (Pacific Forestry Centre, spatial simulation and habitat models), Fréderic Raulier (Université Laval, risk management in forest planning), Péter Sólymos (University of Alberta, statistical ecology), and several postdoctoral fellows working with the Boreal Avian Modelling Project (www.borealbirds.ca<http://www.borealbirds.ca>). These are all lab-based projects, although small field components may be possible in some cases. Start date: As early as January 2017, not later than September 2017.  Qualifications: Candidates for any of the four positions should meet the following criteria: 1. Strong quantitative skills and keen interest in statistical and ecological modelling; 2. High academic standing in avian ecology, forest ecology, conservation biology, or similar disciplines; 3. An interest in spatial simulation independent of disciplinary background 4. A high level of written communication skills in English is essential 5. Programming experience (e.g. in R, Python) would be an asset, but modelling courses are available 6. Familiarity with forest management planning in Canada would be an asset, as would some experience with Geographic Information Systems and remotely sensed data  Compensation: We guarantee $22,000/year for three years. Significant additional scholarships may be available as well.  To Apply: Applicants should submit by email a short statement of interest, a sample of their scientific writing, a current CV, a copy of your most recent transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable at this stage), and the names of three references. Your letter should indicate how you meet all of the criteria, summarize your research interests, and commit to your earliest starting date. We will accept applications until suitable candidates are found. Candidates should send their application package to the email address associated with each position’s description, above. Please specify in the subject line for which position you are applying.

AVIAN ECOLOGY INTERNSHIP  at Florida Atlantic University.  Website: http://www.science.fau.edu/biology/gawliklab  Location: Everglades, Fl.  Duration: 4 months.  Job Type: Intern. Number of Openings: 2. Application Deadline: 10 Dec 2016. Job Description: Florida Atlantic University’s Avian Ecology Lab is seeking 2 interns Feb-May 2017. Positions will run from February through May and are based at the Florida Atlantic University campus in Boca Raton, Florida. Each candidate will split their time between two research projects examining wading bird prey in the Everglades: 1) A long-term study focused on the availability of wading bird prey in the Everglades. Primary field duties include throw-trapping aquatic fauna, plant identification, and hydrologic data collection. Sampling sites are located throughout the Everglades and accessed via helicopter. Lab duties include data entry and the processing and identification of fish and macro-invertebrate samples. 2) A research project examining the role juvenile alligators play in creating enhanced foraging opportunities for wading birds during the breeding season. Primary field duties include setting and retrieving minnow traps, processing samples in the field, and walking topography transects though the marsh. Duties may include nocturnal alligator surveys. Sampling sites are remote and are accessed via airboat. Lab duties include data entry and equipment preparation. Opportunities to volunteer on additional research projects within the lab at Lake Okeechobee and the Florida Keys may exist throughout the season.  Qualifications: Candidates should be highly motivated and able to work long (8-12 hours) hours in subtropical wetland field conditions (heat, insects, alligators, snakes, etc.) while maintaining a positive attitude. Field work is weather dependent so flexibility is extremely important. Preference will be given to candidates with a BS degree in biology, wildlife, fisheries, natural resources, or a related field, demonstrated field experience, and interest in pursuing a career in this field. As per university policy, background checks will be performed upon acceptance of position.  Compensation: Unpaid  To Apply: Applications must be received by December 10, 2016. Applications should be submitted via email to TOM FAUGHNAN (EM: tfaughnan AT fau.edu) as a single PDF that contains (1) a letter of interest highlighting relevant experience, (2) a resume or CV, and (3) the names and contact information for at least 3 references.

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW  at University of Hawaii at Manoa.  Location: Honolulu, HI.  Duration: 12 months.  Job Type: Post-doc.  Application Deadline: 15 Dec 2016.  Job Description: POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. Location: Honolulu, HI, USA. Duration: 12 months. Application deadline: December 15, 2016. Job Description: Postdoctoral fellowship available for a Hawaiian Short-eared Owl project on O‘ahu. Fellow will be responsible for developing standardized survey protocols for this state-listed species, estimating population size on O‘ahu and relative abundance in various habitat types, creating a citizen science website portal, and publishing study results in a peer-reviewed journal. Other responsibilities will include collaborating with state and federal management agencies on related projects, mentorship of undergraduate and graduate students, and engagement with stakeholders in the community. Candidate will be responsible for travel to and from field sites. Fellow may choose to apply for outside funding to continue fellowship beyond 12 months, pending successful completion of first year. Qualifications: Must maintain a positive attitude, work well independently and in groups, be in good physical condition to contend with difficult working conditions (heat, sun, heavy rain, mosquitos), and have a demonstrated history of working successfully with multiple cultural groups and stakeholders. Must have experience with distribution modeling and GIS, and should possess excellent statistical skills. Experience with raptors or owls required, and experience handling and banding birds preferred.  Compensation: $5000/month for 12 months.  To Apply: Send cover letter (including the names, email addresses and phone numbers of three references) and resume in a single email attachment to (EM: pricemel AT hawaii.edu) OR by mail to MELISSA PRICE, 1910 East-West Rd, Sherman Rm 101, Honolulu, HI 96822.

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TECHNICIAN  at USGS Western Ecological Research Center.  Website: http://www.werc.usgs.gov/  Location: San Diego, CA.  Duration: 5 months.  Job Type: Seasonal. Number of Openings: Up to 12. Application Deadline: 30 Jan 2017.  Job Description: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TECHNICIANS needed for ongoing population studies of the endangered Least Bell’s Vireo, Southwestern Willow Flycatcher, and other riparian birds in San Diego County, California. Primary duties include surveying coastal riparian habitat for vireos and flycatchers, nest monitoring, resighting color banded birds, and vegetation sampling. Additional opportunities include surveying for Cactus Wrens in coastal sage scrub habitat, and capturing and banding riparian birds at two MAPS stations. Employment dates are 20 March –18 August 2017 (end-date is approximate and flexible). Shorter appointments starting 1 May 2017 are also available. Housing is available at the San Diego State University Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve in Fallbrook, California ($15/day; no pets).  Qualifications: Applicants must be U.S. citizens, and must be reliable, self-motivated, in good physical condition, able to work independently in sometimes remote locations, and able to maintain a positive attitude under beautiful but sometimes challenging field and urban conditions that can include dense vegetation, poison oak, rattlesnakes, biting insects, encounters with transients, and working on military bases. Applicants must also possess a valid driver’s license, be able to operate 4WD vehicles, and be willing occasionally to use their personal vehicle for travel to field sites when necessary if government vehicles are temporarily unavailable (mileage reimbursed at $0.54/mile). Applicants must have working knowledge of Excel, and be able to navigate in the field using a compass and GPS (Global Positioning System). Experience collecting data with Trimble Juno PDA’s (Personal Digital Assistant) a plus. Preference will be given to applicants holding current endangered species permits authorizing surveying and nest-monitoring of Least Bell’s Vireo and/or Southwestern Willow Flycatcher, or with field experience with these or similar species. Experience surveying for Cactus Wrens or other coastal sage scrub birds is also preferred, as is experience handling and banding passerines.  Compensation: Salary ranges from $18-$21/hour depending on experience.  To Apply: Please submit a cover letter describing interest and qualifications, a CV or resume, your specific dates of availability, and the names and contact information (including email) of at least two references. Mail/fax/email applications to SUELLEN LYNN, USGS Western Ecological Research Center, San Diego Field Station, 4165 Spruance Road, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92101 (PH: 619-225-6437, FX: 619-225-6436, EM: suellen_lynn at usgs.gov).. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and accepted until positions are filled, but no later than January 30, 2017.

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TRAINEESHIP  at USGS Western Ecological Research Center.  Website: http://www.werc.usgs.gov/  Location: San Diego, CA.  Duration: 5 months.  Job Type: Seasonal. Number of Openings: Up to 3. Application Deadline: 30 Jan 2017. Job Description: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TECHNICIAN TRAINEESHIPS are available as part of ongoing population studies of the endangered Least Bell’s Vireo and Southwestern Willow Flycatcher in San Diego County, California. We are seeking entry level biologists who are interested in obtaining experience conducting field work on endangered birds. Each trainee will work under the direct supervision of a permitted biologist whose primary duties include surveying coastal riparian habitat for vireos and flycatchers, nest monitoring, resighting color banded birds, and vegetation sampling. Employment dates are 20 March –18 August 2016 (end-date is approximate and flexible). Housing is available at the San Diego State University Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve in Fallbrook, California ($15/day; no pets).  Qualifications: Applicants must be U.S. citizens, and must be reliable, self-motivated, in good physical condition, and able to maintain a positive attitude under beautiful but sometimes challenging field and urban conditions that can include dense vegetation, poison oak, rattlesnakes, biting insects and encounters with transients. Applicants must also possess a valid driver’s license, and be willing occasionally to use their personal vehicle for travel to field sites when necessary if government vehicles are temporarily unavailable (mileage reimbursed at $0.54/mile). Previous experience conducting field work on birds preferred.  Compensation: Salary ranges from $16-$20/hour depending on experience.  To Apply: Please submit a cover letter describing interest and qualifications, a CV or resume, your specific dates of availability, and the names and contact information (including email) of at least two references. Mail/fax/email applications to SUELLEN LYNN, USGS Western Ecological Research Center, San Diego Field Station, 4165 Spruance Road, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92101 (PH: 619-225-6437, FX: 619-225-6436, EM: suellen_lynn at usgs.gov)

GRADUATE POSITION (MASTERS) IN AVIAN ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION AND BEHAVIOR  at Northern Michigan University.  Website: http://www.nmu.edu/biology/  Location: Marquette, MI.  Duration: 2 years.  Job Type: Student.  Application Deadline: 1 Mar 2017.  Job Description: Seeking applicants for a Master of Science student to join our lab in Fall 2017. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to develop an independent project within the scope of the core research interests of the lab. We use a combination of field techniques and molecular genetic tools to address evolutionary, behavioral and ecological questions. Our work has largely focused on loons and chickadees, and graduate student theses that focus on these species will benefit from a color-banded chickadee population (with RFID tags), a large loon genetic sample archive, and growing genomic database. Northern Michigan University sits on the shores of Lake Superior in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula, providing ample opportunities for avian field work that would complement current research activities underway in the lab.  Qualifications: Applicants should possess a strong understanding of basic principles of ecology, evolution, genetics, and should preferably have prior research experience. Computer programming and database management experience are preferred. Additional desirable qualities include an aptitude for working independently, strong communication and analytical skills, enthusiasm for research in both the field and the lab, evidence of an ability to think creatively, a good academic record, and familiarity with molecular genetic tools. Successful applicant must meet the NMU Biology graduate program requirements (http://www.nmu.edu/biology/node/80)  Compensation: Two year teaching assistantships (tuition/fee waiver, annual stipend, laptop computer) are available to qualified applicants on a competitive basis.  To Apply: Formal applications are due 1 March, but potential candidates should contact Dr. ALEC LINDSAY by email (EM: alindsay AT nmu.edu) by 15 January, including a brief statement of research interests, a CV, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis.  Number of Openings: 1-2. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and accepted until positions are filled, but no later than January 30, 2017.

CERULEAN WARBLER FIELD TECHNICIAN POSITIONS  at Ball State University.  Location: Bloomington, Indiana.  Job Type: Seasonal. Number of Openings: 2. Application Deadline: 31 Jan 2017.  Job Description: Two field technicians needed to assist with Cerulean Warbler research in Yellowwood and Morgan-Monroe state forests near Bloomington, Indiana from May 1, 2017 through approximately July 28, 2017. Primary duties include conducting point counts, territory mapping, and intensive nest searching and monitoring. During point counts, technicians will record the locations of Cerulean Warblers, Brown-headed Cowbirds, Blue Jays, and American Crows and must know or be able to quickly learn the vocalizations of these birds. Other duties include conducting vegetation surveys, entering data, re-sighting color-banded individuals, and assisting with banding efforts and a radio-telemetry study. Technicians will work 6 days per week, 40 hours per week. Provided are housing in shared cabins and a weekly stipend of $380. Technicians must have a valid driver’s license and field gear, such as hiking boots, rain gear, backpack, etc. Use of personal vehicle to conduct field work is eligible for mileage reimbursement.  Qualifications: Must have strong work ethic and positive attitude, keen interest in birds and conservation, and strong observational and listening skills. Ability to locate birds quickly using binoculars, identify bird species by sight and sound, and navigate using a GPS, compass and topographic map are also desired. Must be able to endure long workdays beginning at sunrise, hike several miles per day on steep, uneven terrain, and work in hot, humid conditions with ticks, chiggers, poison ivy, and the occasional rattlesnake. Ability to follow directions and work well both independently and in groups is required. Must have a B.S. in Wildlife Ecology or related field or be working towards degree. Preference will be given to applicants with experience conducting forest bird surveys, mapping territories, searching for/monitoring nests located in high canopy trees, and working independently in the field. Good sense of humor, an appreciation of bird puns, and knowledge of Indiana vegetation is a plus!  To Apply: Please send a cover letter discussing your qualifications, including your research experience and skills, resume, and contact information for three references in a single electronic document with “Cerulean Warbler Field Tech. Position” in the subject line of the e-mail to both CLAYTON DELANCEY (EM: cddelancey AT bsu.edu), and GARRETT MACDONALD (EM: gjmacdonald2 AT bsu.edu). Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted.

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANTS FOR FIELD STUDY OF BLACK-THROATED AND SILVER-THROATED TITS IN CHINA  at Beijing Forestry University.  Website: http://www.luckytit.cn  Location: Dongzhai National Reserve, Henan Province, China  Duration: 1.5-3 months.  Job Type: Volunteer. Number of Openings: 2-3. Application Deadline: 10 Jan 2017.  Job Description: Volunteer assistants are needed for a field study of the breeding biology and behavioral ecology of Black-throated tits and Silver-throated tits in the Dongzhai National Nature Reserve of central China. The project will start in January and will last until the end of May, 2016. Volunteers are expected to assist in monitoring the color-banded populations, starting from the beginning of February and stay through the end of April or mid-May. Main duties include mist-netting birds, searching nest, blood sampling, behavioral observation, watching nest-monitoring videos, data entry, as well as any other possible works involved in the field. Assistants will work with researchers from Beijing Forestry University. All expenses in China during work period (i.e. housing, foods, and local travels, etc) will be covered, but there is no salary, and the assistants are responsible for their travel to and from China. Volunteers will have opportunities to learn field skills of ornithological research, see many bird species of central China, and experience Chinese tradition and culture.  Qualifications: A serious attitude towards work is always important. Previous experience with birds is preferred, but not essential. Basic training such as bird banding, behavioral observation, blood sampling, will be provided. Volunteers are expected to have strong interests in birds and animal behaviors, physically fit, and be willing to work for long and irregular time in the field, and share rooms with other crew members.   To Apply: Please contact Haohui GUAN (EM: luckytit AT 163.com). When applying, please include a cover letter, a resume, and =2 recommendation letters (it would be greatly appreciated if the recommendation letters are directly sent by references to the above email address).

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION INTERN  at Friends of Coastal South Carolina.  Website: http://www.sccoastalfriends.org  Location: Charleston and Georgetown Counties, South Carolina.  Duration: open.  Job Type: Intern.  Application Deadline: 30 Jan 2017.  Job Description: Friends of Coastal South Carolina has an immediate opening for a creative, and self-motivated environmental education program intern. Friends of Coastal South Carolina is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conservation of the natural resources along the South Carolina coast. We support environmental education and wildlife conservation projects for the Francis Marion National Forest and Waccamaw, Cape Romain, and E.F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges. Our organization was established in 1996 and currently conducts 14,000 interactions with kids along the South Carolina coast each year through our environmental education programs. Our standards based programs reach a diverse group of elementary and middle school students and focus on using the ecosystems of the forest and refuges to introduce students to real world application of their classroom science and math lessons. In addition, through teaching our students about the value of our coastal ecosystems, and their role as stewards of our environment, we hope to instill in them an appreciation for these ecosystems that will lead to a lifelong conservation ethic. For more information about our programs and organization please see our website at www.sccoastalfriends.org<http://www.sccoastalfriends.org> This is your opportunity to pass your enthusiasm and excitement for the environment and conservation on to the next generation while getting great experience in education, public relations, and general national wildlife refuge and national forest operations. The Selected candidate will: • Learn and lead a variety of innovative ecosystem based environmental education programs for K-12 students. Programs are taught in the field (salt marsh, freshwater wetlands, longleaf pine and maritime forest) and in our laboratories and classrooms at the Sewee and Waccamaw Environmental Education Centers. As part of our eight week Earth Stewards program we also teach a number of in-school programs which build on students’ field experiences. • Assist with visitor services and general operations at the Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center which serves the Francis Marion National Forest and Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. • Although the primary focus of this position will be education and interpretation, interns will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing refuge and forest conservation programs, including loggerhead sea turtle nest protection efforts (spring/summer). Candidates with interest in program development will also have the opportunity to develop and lead student service learning projects and develop standards based STEM lessons.  Qualifications: The ideal applicant should: • Hold, or be working toward, a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Science Education, Environmental Science or a related field. • Have a working knowledge of South Carolina coastal ecosystems. • Be willing to learn about the national forest and wildlife refuges we partner with and their management programs. • Have a desire to work with children of all ages and backgrounds. • Be self-motivated, detail oriented, have excellent communication skills and enjoy interacting with the public. • Be willing to work some Saturdays and an occasional evening. • Be willing to work with live animals (including turtles, lizards, snakes, alligators, fish, etc.)  Compensation: Benefits: • Potential to develop a thesis or project for college or graduate school credit. • Potential to develop education programs (based on on-going research on the refuge/forest or a special interest/topic you would like to teach.). Time-frame, Compensation, and Additional Details: • Interns work 30 to 40 hours a week. Preference will be given to candidates who can commit to working at least six months and have previous environmental education experience. • Housing provided at Cape Romain National Wildlife refuge in Awendaw, SC. • A small stipend may be available depending on experience and time commitment.   To apply: Send brief cover letter (one page maximum), resume ( two pages maximum) and three professional references to GRACE GASPER (EM: grace AT sccoastalfriends.org). Please submit all requested information together in a single Word or PDF document labeled first name.last name. Please put intern application in the subject line.

PART-TIME NATURALIST  at Friends of Coastal South Carolina.  Website: http://www.sccoastalfriends.org  Location: Charleston and Georgetown Counties, SC.  Duration: Open.  Job Type: Permanent. Number of Openings: 2. Application Deadline: 30 Jan 2017.  Job Description: Friends of Coastal South Carolina has an immediate opening for a part-time, experienced naturalists to teach in our environmental education programs. Friends of Coastal South Carolina is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conservation of the natural resources along the South Carolina coast. We support environmental education and wildlife conservation projects for the Francis Marion National Forest and Waccamaw, Cape Romain, and E.F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges. Our organization was established in 1996 and currently conducts 14,000 interactions with kids along the South Carolina coast each year through our environmental education programs. Our standards based programs reach a diverse group of elementary and middle school students and focus on using the ecosystems of the forest and refuges to introduce students to real world application of their classroom science and math lessons. In addition, through teaching our students about the value of our coastal ecosystems, and their role as stewards of our environment, we hope to instill in them an appreciation for these ecosystems that will lead to a lifelong conservation ethic. For more information about our programs and organization please see our website at www.sccoastalfriends.org<http://www.sccoastalfriends.org> We set exceptionally high standards for the content of our programs as well as the quality of our program delivery. Instructors must have excellent teaching skills and the ability to engage and direct K-12 kids in a variety of settings and group sizes. Instructors must be able to project passion and enthusiasm for the natural world and explain science lessons and conservation topics clearly and in a way that sparks students’ interest and curiosity. Primary Duties include: • Teaching standards-based lessons to students grades K-12. Programs are taught on a variety of sites, include Waccamaw NWR in northwestern Georgetown County, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge/Francis Marion National Forest near Awendaw, SC, and ACE Basin NWR in southern Charleston County. We also utilize classroom and laboratory facilities at the Sewee Environmental Education Center in Awendaw and at the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge Visitor and Environmental Education Center. During the school year we teach a limited number of in-class lessons. • Coordinating logistical aspects of the programs you are assigned to teach, including but not limited to: coordinating scheduling with other staff, supervising volunteers and interns who assist with programs, ensuring necessary supplies are available for programs and maintain classroom and laboratory facilities. Instructors may also be asked to assist with education animal (reptiles and amphibians) care.  Qualifications: The ideal applicant should have: • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Science Education, Environmental Science or a related field with at least two years of experience teaching in an environmental education setting; • An understanding of current environmental education trends, relevant SC State standards for education, and current conservation issues. • A strong knowledge of our local ecosystems (especially salt marsh,freshwater wetlands and longleaf pine forests); • Proven ability to manage volunteers and interns, interact with teachers and conduct classes in a safe outdoor learning environment. • Basic technology skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office products. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Additional Requirements: • Must be creative, flexible, and self-motivated with a strong work ethic and the ability to take initiative, meet deadlines and deal with daily challenges (this is a very independent position). • Must pass a federal criminal background screening. • Must be able to work outside and stand/walk on trails in all seasons for long periods of time. • Must be willing to handle and care for educational animals, including turtles, snakes and a small alligator. • Must be able to lift 40 lbs. • Must have a valid driver’s license.  Compensation: Salary range begins at $15 per hour.  To Apply: Send brief cover letter (one page maximum), resume (no more than two pages) and three professional references to GRACE GASPER, Executive Director, (EM: grace AT sccoastalfriends.org). Please submit all materials together as a single Word or PDF document labeled as first name. last name. Please put naturalist application in the subject line.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS COORDINATOR  at Friends of Coastal South Carolina.  Website: http://www.sccoastalfriends.org  Location: Charleston and Georgetown Counties, SC.  Duration: Open.  Job Type: Permanent.  Application Deadline: 30 Jan 2017.  Job Description: Friends of Coastal South Carolina has an immediate opening for a full-time, experienced educator to manage and deliver our environmental education programs. Friends of Coastal South Carolina is a nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to conservation of the natural resources along the South Carolina coast. We fulfill or mission through supporting environmental education and wildlife conservation projects for the Francis Marion National Forest and Waccamaw, Cape Romain, and E.F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges. Our organization was established in 1996 and currently conducts 14,000 interactions with kids along the South Carolina coast each year through our environmental education programs. Our standards based programs reach a diverse group of elementary and middle school students and focus on using the ecosystems of the forest and refuges to introduce students to real world application of their classroom science and math lessons. In addition, through teaching our students about the value of our coastal ecosystems, and their role as stewards of our environment, we hope to instill in them an appreciation for these ecosystems that will lead to a lifelong conservation ethic. For more information about our programs and organization please see our website at www.sccoastalfriends.org<http://www.sccoastalfriends.org> We set exceptionally high standards for the content of our programs as well as the quality of our program delivery. This position requires excellent teaching skills and the ability to engage and direct K-12 kids in a variety of settings and group sizes. Instructors must be able to project passion and enthusiasm for the natural world and explain science lessons and conservation topics clearly and in a way that sparks students’ interest and curiosity. This is a challenging position that requires a great deal of flexibility. It does however offer the ideal applicant a great deal of independence and room for creativity. We want a candidate who will be committed to keeping our education program area fresh and innovative in the years to come. This candidate will also have a great deal of input in identifying the needed resources to meet our future program goals. Primary Duties include: • Teaching standards-based lessons to students grades K-12. Programs are taught on a variety of sites, include Waccamaw NWR in northwestern Georgetown County, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge/Francis Marion National Forest near Awendaw, SC, and ACE Basin NWR in southern Charleston County. We also utilize classroom and laboratory facilities at the Sewee Environmental Education Center in Awendaw and at the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge Visitor and Environmental Education Center. During the school year we teach a limited number of in-class lessons. • Coordinating all logistical aspects of the education programs, including but not limited to: working with schools to schedule programs; supervising volunteers and interns to assist with programs, including scheduling and training; ensuring necessary program supplies are available; maintain classroom and laboratory facilities; providing education animal care (reptiles and amphibians). • Program development: ensuring our programs stay innovative and relevant to current environmental issues, especially issues directly impacting the forest and refuges, incorporating data from ongoing research on the refuges and forest into lessons, ensuring programs are aligned with the SC Department of Education standards; working with teachers to ensure curricula are aligned with their needs. • Impacts assessment: working with executive director to identify additional ways to quantify the impacts of our programs on students’ academic learning and attitudes towards conservation. • Work with executive director to conduct outreach to establish relationships with new schools. • Manage the organization’s social media (with guidance from the executive director). • Participating with the executive director and board in other aspects of the non-profit organization as needed including fundraising and community outreach events, communication with donors. , and managing the organization’s social media. • Assisting with operations of our two education center retail stores. May occasionally be asked to help with other education center operations.  Qualifications: The ideal applicant should have: • At least a Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s preferred) in Biology, Science Education, Environmental Science or a related field. • At least two years’ experience teaching in an environmental education setting. Program administration experience preferred. • An understanding of current environmental education trends, relevant SC State standards for education, and current conservation issues. • A strong knowledge of our local ecosystems (especially salt marsh,freshwater wetlands and longleaf pine forests); • A desire to work with children of all ages and backgrounds; • Willingness to travel to our different Education Centers as well as schools along the coast for programs (federal vehicle available for travel to off-site programs); • Proven ability to manage volunteers and interns, interface with teachers and conduct classes in a safe outdoor learning environment. • Be creative, flexible, and self-motivated with a strong work ethic and the ability to take initiative, meet deadlines and deal with daily challenges (this is a very independent position); • Excellent technology skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office products, and social media. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to develop and deliver formal presentations to a variety of audiences. Additional Requirements: • Must pass a federal criminal background screening. • Must be able to work outside and stand/walk on trails in all seasons for long periods of time. • Must be willing to handle and care for educational animals, including turtles, snakes and a small alligator. • Must be able to lift 40 lbs. • Must have a valid driver’s license. • Must be willing to work on the occasional weekend and evening.  Compensation: Salary range is between $30K - $35K.  To Apply: Send brief cover letter (one page maximum), resume (no more than three pages, two preferred) and three professional references to GRACE GASPER, Executive Director, (EM: grace AT sccoastalfriends.org). Please submit all materials as a single Word or PDF document labeled as first name. last name. Please put program coordinator position in the subject line.

SAGE GROUSE TECHNICIANS AND CREW LEADERS  at University of Idaho.  Website: https://idahogrousegrazing.wordpress.com/  Location: Southern Idaho (see description).  Duration: 3-6 months.  Job Type: Seasonal. Number of Openings: ~20. Application Deadline: 18 Dec 2016.  Job Description: Wildlife technicians, Range Technicians, and Crew Leaders needed for an extensive research project in southern Idaho to examine the effects of spring cattle grazing on sage-grouse demographic traits and habitat characteristics. Duties may include: trapping and banding sage-grouse at night in remote locations, attaching radio collars to female sage-grouse, using telemetry to track radio-marked sage-grouse to locate nests, monitoring nests, conducting brood surveys, measuring vegetation characteristics and grazing intensity, plant identification, fence installation, mapping percent grass utilization by hiking continuously for the entire day over large areas, insect sampling, and data entry. Tasks will vary depending on project needs and start date. All wildlife technicians will conduct substantial insect and vegetation sampling; a wildlife technician may primarily conduct vegetation sampling for several consecutive weeks during which identifying grasses and forbs is required. All technicians will be expected to identify a set of common grasses and forbs to species prior to starting employment. Crew leaders will be responsible for overseeing all field activities at one study site, including supervising ~4 field technicians, writing and submitting regular updates, ensuring data quality, and coordinating field logistics. Technicians will need to walk many hours daily over rough terrain (off-trail) in remote areas, and will be required to work unusual hours including at night and very early mornings. Technicians will work at one or more of 5 study sites in southern Idaho: Big Southern Butte near Arco, ID; Jim Sage Mountains near Almo, ID; Browns Bench near Rogerson, ID; Sheep Creek near Grasmere, ID; and Pahsimeroi Valley near Challis, ID. Technicians may be moved between sites on short notice depending on project needs. This highly collaborative project will involve working closely with personnel from Idaho Department of Fish and Game, the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Geological Survey, the University of Idaho, local ranchers, and other stakeholders. Start and end dates are somewhat flexible.   Qualifications include an undergraduate degree (or working towards one) in wildlife science, zoology, rangeland ecology, botany or a related field (e.g., Biology, Zoology, etc.). Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills, a strong work ethic, a valid driver’s license, willingness to travel, and willingness to live and conduct field research under rigorous and remote conditions during variable weather conditions (snow and rain early in the field season; heat at the end of the field season). Applicants with previous experience performing one or more of the duties described above will be given preference, especially those plant identification and vegetation survey experience. Experience working/living in rural areas and with 4WD vehicles is beneficial.  Compensation: Range and Wildlife Technicians: $2000-2200/month (Depending on experience) Crew Leaders: $2200-2400/month (Depending on experience)   To apply, please send the following materials in a single .pdf or .docx (via email attachment) to ANDREW MEYERS (EM: grsg.idaho AT gmail.com): (1) Cover letter, (2) resume, and (3) contact information for >3 references. Please indicate which position you are applying for by writing “Range Technician”, "Wildlife Technician", or "Crew Leader" in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, so some applicants may be selected before 18 December.














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