18 de diciembre de 2004



The Resource Assessment Program is a collaborative effort between the UC Davis Wildlife Health Center and the California Department Fish and Game. Currently the Habitat Conservation Division is seeking 5 wildlife research assistants to conduct field studies in montane meadow habitats of the Sierra Nevada.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Positions are full time from as early as March lasting through as late as September 2005, depending on factors such as job duties, climate, and specific site accessibility. Work will take place in the Sierra Nevada, ranging from Plumas National Forest to Sequoia National Forest. Research assistants will conduct one or all of the following
duties: great gray owl surveys, small mammal trapping, telemetry, and habitat data collection. Extensive traveling and long hours in difficult terrain are expected, predominantly during hours of darkness, in cold temperatures, and occasional inclement weather. Accommodations will be primarily camping, but may include housing in a Research Facility.
QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must possess four-year degree or currently be
enrolled at a college or university pursuing a degree in wildlife biology, plant ecology, natural resource management, forestry, or other similar area. Candidates must be in good physical condition, capable of long hikes in rugged terrain while carrying a backpack weighing up to 50 pounds. The bulk of work is performed during nighttime hours in variable climatic conditions, accordingly an ease working alone under these conditions is essential. Skills in the following areas are valuable: identification of Sierra Nevada wildlife, ability to operate off-road vehicles, wilderness safety capabilities, and working well in a team setting. Experience with relevant fieldwork is highly desirable, but not necessary. A valid driver’s license and safe driving record are required.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience and education – range $12 - $15/hour. Travel and lodging expenses will be reimbursed as appropriate.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Submit a 1-2 page resume with three references with their telephone numbers and email addresses. Please indicate availability to begin work.
CONTACTS: Chris Stermer, Resource Assessment Program
California Department of Fish and Game
1416 Ninth Street. Room 1342
Sacramento, CA 95814
Email: cstermer@dfg.ca.gov
Phone: (916) 445-2626 Fax: (916) 653-3673
Carie Sears, Resource Assessment Program
California Department of Fish and Game
Sacramento, CA 95814
1416 Ninth Street. Room 1342
Email: csears@dfg.ca.gov
Phone: (916) 651-7866

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