Research Technicians (5) ~

27 de junio de 2004

Research Technicians (5)

Five research technicians are needed to help sample small mammal and vegetation communities at Ft. Huachuca Military Reservation in Sierra Vista, AZ as part of a project examining the effects of trail creation, vegetation trampling, and soil compaction on animal populations.
Duties will include live-trapping and handling of small mammals, collecting detailed and accurate field notes, vegetation sampling, data entry, helping to set up study plots, and baiting traps. Employees must be able to work irregular hours (waking very early and working before sunrise as well as late afternoon into the evening), be able to work through all kinds of weather, live and work easily with co-workers, be comfortable working alone and/or as part of team, have effective communication skills and work well under occasional time pressure. All employees will be trained in and required to follow hanta virus safety precautions. Housing and transportation to field sites are provided.

This is a temporary position beginning August 1st and ending late September/beginning October. Pay rate is $9.02/hr – 40 hrs/week.

If interested, please send (preferably by email) a cover letter and a resume with contact information for three references including phone numbers and emails to the address below. Thanks!

For more info, contact:
Danielle O'Dell, University of Arizona, School of Natural Resources, 104 Biosciences East, Tucson, AZ 85719

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