19 de agosto de 2004


PRE-ANNOUNCEMENT: --full-time one-year appointment ($31-35,000+ health and vacation benefits). Job location: Kilauea Field Station, Hawaii National Park, HI. One year position to implement joint project for USGS Pacific Island Ecosystem Research Center, USFWS office of Migratory Birds, and Remote Islands National Wildlife Refuges. Position description: Seeking a qualified individual with strong analytical, quantitative, and study design skills. The successful applicant will evaluate multi-Island seabird population data and field methodologies to enhance their statistical rigor, validity. Analysis will include trend and power analysis of long-term data sets to determine if current monitoring methods adequately detect trends. Working with USGS research staff, USFWS biologists and managers, the incumbent also will assist with the design and development of a seabird-monitoring manual for Hawaii and the Pacific. Opportunities for publications in support of the Hawaii and Pacific Seabird Monitoring Manual encouraged/expected. Qualifications: Knowledge and experience with seabird and wildlife population census and survey methodologies, estimating abundance and population trends of wildlife is required. Successful applicant must have a strong background in statistical methods, population analysis/modeling, and study design. We anticipate position's vacancy announcement will become open in late Sep through the University of Hawaii at Hilo. To be notified of local vacancy announcement number and dates: Interested applicants should send electronic resume, statement of interest/qualifications. Anticipated start date Late Oct 2004.

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