Research Technician in Aquatic Ecology ~

6 de marzo de 2005

Research Technician in Aquatic Ecology

A research technician is needed in the lab of Dr. David Lodge at the University of Notre Dame ( While primarily located on Notre Dame’s campus, travel will be required to field sites in northern Michigan/Wisconsin(10-12 weeks) and coastal North Carolina(1-2
weeks) to work on projects including landscape spread and impact of invasive species, lake restoration after invasion, waterfowl-impact and several other on-going projects (see above link for further project descriptions). Duties include assisting graduate students and post-docs with projects in the laboratory/field (40% lab, 25% field), and with laboratory management and library research (30%). Minimum qualifications include B.A./B.S. degree, undergraduate research experience, and an interest in ecology. Other desirable skills include; mathematical and statistical skills, experience in identification of aquatic organisms, and experience with ArcGIS and other applicable computer programs. Depending on experience and interests, the job will provide opportunities for research involvement, professional development, and attendance at professional meetings. This position has a negotiable start date between May 15 and August 1 with a starting salary of $27,000 per year plus benefits. Please email (much preferred) your letter of interest, copies of transcripts, resume, and names, addresses, phone numbers, and emails of three references to: Joanna McNulty (
Hard copies can be mailed to Joanna McNulty, Department of Biological Sciences, P.O. Box 369, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

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