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Remote Camera Studies – Paid Field Technician

Job Description
Three technician positions are available for the 2019 summer field season (late May to mid-August). Typical schedules will be 1-2 weeks in the field followed by 1-2 weeks back in Pullman, WA. During field stints, technicians will deploy trail cameras, accurately measure forestry characteristics, identify vegetation,

and camp in the backcountry (no facilities, limited shower access, food and hiking/camping gear not provided by lab). While in Pullman, technicians will assist with tasks such as data management and sorting images via species identification .

Qualifications
•    Flexibility to adjust to varying day lengths and schedules

•    Ability to carry up to 301bs over rough terrain and hike up to 10 miles per day

•    Undergraduate degree (completed or in-progress*) in Biology, Wildlife Biology, Forestry, or a related field

*Current undergraduate students must be in their junior/senior

year and in good academic standing at time of ap plication .

Preferred Experience

  • Remote camera trapping
  • Data management
  • Wildlife + plant identification (best if in NE Washington or N Idaho)
  • Comfort driving 4WD trucks on unmaintained gravel roads
  • Navigation skills (maps, GPS}
  • Long-term backcountry camping
  • Forestry measuring techniques and vegetation sampling

Pay and Benefits

$12 per hour with pay periods twice monthly. Housing accommodations  available  upon request. Workmen’s Compensation  will be covered by Washington State University.

To Apply:

Please send a cover letter, resume, and 3 references (email

+ phone number} in a single PDF document to BOTH anna.staudenmaier@wsu.edu and  kelsey.gump@wsu.edu.

Please also send any questions about the position to both emails. Applications will be reviewed until all spots are filled.

 

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No position openings currently available

For any job/position openings, please contact soe@wsu.edu.

No position openings currently available

For any job/position openings, please contact soe@wsu.edu.

No position openings currently posted

For any job/position openings, please contact soe@wsu.edu

No position openings currently posted

For any job/position openings, please contact soe@wsu.edu

Scholarship Applications – 2021

Don’t forget to submit your application for consideration to the AY 2021 Scholarship Opportunities.

Jan. 31 – Scholarship Application due

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Jeff Vervoort

Jeff Vervoort

Monitoring Network Coordinator for Puget Sound ecosystem recovery (Seattle-Tacoma area)

Job opportunity: Monitoring Network Coordinator for Puget Sound ecosystem recovery (Seattle-Tacoma area)

The Puget Sound Partnership is recruiting a Monitoring Network Coordinator to work closely with ecosystem monitoring partners to bring forward the best available information in a way that spans boundaries between science, recovery planning, natural resource management, and policy. The job posting closes on July 7, 2019.

Here is the link to the job announcement: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2471726/monitoring-network-coordinator-exempt

If you have any questions, please contact Puget Sound Partnership office at (360) 464-1232.