Conservation Biologist Smithsonian National Zoo ~

30 de junio de 2005

Conservation Biologist Smithsonian National Zoo

The Smithsonian National Zoo is seeking a Conservation Biologist at the GS 11 level. Note that this position is available only to citizens of the USA, and the deadline for applications is soon.

DUTIES: The Conservation Biologist is housed within the National Zoo's Monitoring and Assessment of Biodiversity Program (MAB). He/she supports NZP and MAB's International Biodiversity Monitoring Network; develops standards and procedures for MAB's data analyses; responsible for data quality from MAB projects; executes science based conservation projects; maintains scientific standards and research protocols for ecological monitoring activitie s at the Smithsonian Conservation and Research Center as well as the National Zoological Park Rock Creek sites and in coordination and partnerships with the other Mid-Atlantic research programs such as the MAREO-NEON initiative from NSF; publishes research findings in peer reviewed publications and reports; serves as trainer of biodiversity monitoring and assessment methodologies; leads on data analysis training; generates fundraising proposals and activities to support national and international research projects.

For further information potential applicants should review Announcment
Number: 05SP-1158 of the Office of Human Resources, Smithsonian Institution. or

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