Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: Resent-From: <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> From: Cheryl Trine <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> Date: February 27, 2017 at 4:51:18 PM EST To: <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> Subject: Birdjobs -- February 26, 2017 Reply-To: Cheryl Trine <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> There have been major changes at OSNA. For now, as a consequence, to POST or FIND ornithological jobs online, please go to the Ornithology Exchange, http://ornithologyexchange.org/jobs/index.html The Birdjobs-L e-list will continue to be an option for receiving notices about ornithological jobs. Subscribers to this list will receive the same announcements that appear on Ornithology Exchange in a weekly/biweekly list. To subscribe, send the following message to: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> , in the body of the message type: join Birdjobs-L "your name". The subject line should be bl ank. Please use the "plain text only" e-mail format option, include your own name in the message, and put quotation marks around your name. If you need help, contact [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>. To prevent the harvesting of email addresses in this list, all email addresses have had the '@' sign replaced with ' AT '. To reduce the possibility of typing in the wrong address when responding, please cut and paste the whole address and then replace the ' AT ' with [log in to unmask] ********************* Animal Husbandry: **Feed and monitor animals at the Release Site **Clean enclosures and general maintenance **Triage animals received at the Release Site. Triage will determine if the animal can be treated at the Release Site, needs to be sent to the Ranch for clinic care, or is an emergency requiring immediate direction from Leslie or Janet, our Vet. **Assist in exams and treatments **Animal enrichment **Backup to other Release Site Interns **Night time animal monitoring Administrative Work **Manage cleanliness and ordering of animal care supplies **Evaluate and perfect quality of rehab animals’ diets **Complete thorough record keeping, and detail observations as needed Animal Specialist Focuses **Initiate approved care plans related to treatments, procedures, medications and continuing care requirements for rescues received at the Release Site **Identify and communicate abnormal animal conditions by alerting supervisory personnel **Monitor delivery of care of rescues received at the Release Site by completing patient rounds, documenting care, identifying progress toward desired care outcomes **Review the care plan with wildlife in conjunction with the direct care providers We are always open to suggestions. Let us know if you have a special skill you think will be useful. REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS: All applicants must have experience in a veterinary setting, have excellent communication skills, a strong interest in animal welfare and conservation. Course work in veterinary studies, primatology, zoology, environmental education, wildlife ecology or a related field is required. Experience traveling to a tropical country, living in remote conditions are preferred. Must complete required vaccinations and a tetanus vaccination. Must purchase current international health insurance while in Costa Rica. Basic Requirements: **Must be 18 years of age or older **Provide proof of health insurance and current tetanus vaccination **Basic Spanish proficiency **Moderate degree of fitness **The ability to follow directions with attention to detail **A positive “can-do” attitude and the ability to work well in a team environment **Experience working with wildlife or animals is a plus Ensuring Best Practice Implementation: **Fostering practices that support and improve the Ranch’s philosophy, goals, and standards of care. **Maintaining quality care by establishing and enforcing organization standards. **Maintaining and sharing professional and technical knowledge by reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, benchmarking state-of-the-art practices and participating in professional societies. WORK SCHEDULE: All Release Site interns work 10 days on and then have 4 days off. Work hours will vary with assigned activities and will include night monitoring responsibilities. There are always at least two interns working. There must be at least one intern onsite at all times. INTERNSHIP PROGRAM BENEFITS: Internships are voluntary self-funded positions. You will be responsible for all travel expenses/flights and immigration expenses. Housing: Provided by TRR. Includes utilities. Meals: Provided by TRR. Other: All other costs are to be paid for by the intern. This includes travel expenses, medical insurance, entertainment expenses, and a 3-day trip out of the country every three months to renew your visa. I’D LIKE TO APPLY: If you would like to be a part of the TRR team, please send the following documents to (EM: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>): **One-page cover letter of interest – specify which internship(s) you are interested in and when you are available to start **CV or resume **3-5-minute video explaining why you feel you’re the right candidate for the position (MOV file) **Contact information for three professional references. We will promptly contact you to schedule a Skype interview after reviewing your application. If you have any questions we are always available via email to answer any questions. CONTACT: Toucan Rescue Ranch, http://www.toucanrescueranch.org (EM: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>), CAROL FRIESEN, Business Administrator & Volunteer Coordinator (EM: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).