Biological technicians needed! ~

18 de diciembre de 2004

Biological technicians needed!

We are seeking six highly motivated biological technicians to participate in a large-scale assessment of anthropogenic disturbance regimes on shrubland plant and vertebrate communities in Wyoming, northern Colorado, southwestern Montana, and southeastern Utah.

We are seeking biologists that have experience in identifying and sampling at least one, preferably two, of the following taxa: birds, mammals, reptiles, and plants. Preference will be given to candidates that have experience using GIS for navigation and site selection purposes and that have previously worked in physically demanding jobs, involving hiking and camping in rugged terrain.
The six positions are full-time employment, stationed in Lander, Wyoming, from April 15 to August 15, 2005. Pay is $12.79/hour for GS-5 and $15.85/hour for GS-7. Typical workweek will be 40 hours, but shifts will vary depending on weather and areas sampled.
Duties include: 1) collect data on vegetation characteristics and distribution and abundance of target animal species following the project study plan, 2) assist in travel logistics, planning of fieldwork, and locating study sites, and 3) collaborate with project principal investigators to compile, interpret, and tabulate field data according to established project protocols.

Apply at Idaho Commerce and Labor web site ( under job number ID1130208 (GS-7) and ID1130205 (GS-5). Please read GS grade requirements carefully before applying. Applications must be received by Jan. 30, 2005. College transcript must be included with applications; unofficial transcripts are acceptable. For inquiries please contact Matthias Leu, USGS, Boise ID, phone: 208-426-2598.

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