Field assistants in evolutionary ecology of Great tits (Parus major), Switzerland ~ Bioblogia.net

1 de febrero de 2012

Field assistants in evolutionary ecology of Great tits (Parus major), Switzerland

I am looking for two enthusiastic field assistants for the upcoming
field season (1st of April until end of June 2012) to join my project
investigating the relationship between begging behavior and oxidative
stress in great tits. The fieldwork will take place in a forest near Bern.

I will require field assistants to help with all aspects of the work,
including nest checks, ringing and taking body measures of the birds,
recording the nests and some smaller amount of lab work. Experience in
fieldwork and bird handling would be an advantage. Since we will work
many hours in the forest in all weather conditions, motivation is very
important.

Applicants should speak English fluently and have a driving license.

Travel expenses and accommodation will be paid, additionally; the field
assistants will receive approximately 900 Swiss Francs per month to
cover their expenses.

Applications should include a CV and a short letter of motivation.

Please send your application to:
Lea Maronde (Evolutionary Ecology, University of Bern)
E-mail: lea.maronde@iee.unibe.ch

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