REGIONAL BIOLOGIST New England Coastal Program ~

7 de septiembre de 2004

REGIONAL BIOLOGIST New England Coastal Program

Great Lakes/Atlantic
Regional Office, Ann Arbor, Michigan-- The Great Lakes/Atlantic Regional
Office is accepting applications for a Regional Biologist (Grade 13) for
the New England Coastal Program. The position will focus on
restoration and protection of coastal marsh habitats in the states of
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine and Rhode Island. The
position is also responsible for the delivery of inland conservation
work throughout the five state region. The position will be located in
the applicant's home. The qualified candidate will work closely with
and be supervised by, the Director of Conservation Programs for the
North Atlantic. Responsibilities include wetland restoration projects
on public and private lands, working directly with local, state and
federal personnel, private landowners, fundraisers, volunteers, and
media. Duties include all aspects of project evaluation, design, and
construction management and grant writing and administration. Applicant
should demonstrate strong abilities to work and interact with
volunteers, agency officials, private landowners, have a basic knowledge
of coastal marsh ecosystems, programs (WRP, Partners for Wildlife), and
experience in habitat restoration projects. Excellent oral and written
skills are mandatory. Applicant must have a minimum of two years of
relevant experience. A B.S. degree in natural resources field is
required, and M.S. in a related field recommended. Send letter of
interest and resume by 10 Sep 2004 (electronic applications accepted)
to: RAY WHITTEMORE, Director of Conservation Programs, Ducks Unlimited,
122 Joe English Road, New Boston, NH 03070 (EM:
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION: Ecology and Evolution of a Bird-borne
Alphavirus--An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately
to study the population dynamics of Buggy Creek virus, an alphavirus
associated with cliff swallows and their cimicid ectoparasites (see
Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 268, 1833, 2001). The position includes both
field- and laboratory-based work and requires travel to and from
performance sites in Nebraska, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Munich, Germany.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. and background in virology,
epidemiology, or phylogenetics. To apply, send a curriculum vita and
names and addresses of three references to: CHARLES R. BROWN, Department
of Biological Sciences, University of Tulsa, 600 S. College Ave., Tulsa,
OK. 74104 (EM:

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