Biologist for Amphibian and Reptile Studies in Southwest Florida ~

19 de julio de 2005

Biologist for Amphibian and Reptile Studies in Southwest Florida

The Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of
Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center is currently seeking
a full time scientist for research projects on amphibians and reptiles in
southwest Florida. Applicant must be proficient in data management and
analysis, possess a M.S. degree in Ecology or a related field, and be
familiar with herpetofauna of south Florida. The projects will include a
study on community dynamics of the amphibian assemblage in southwest
Florida and a radiotelemetry study of movements of American alligators in
cypress swamps. Duties will include assisting with research design,
conducting field research, data management, data analysis, submitting
regular written progress reports, and supervision of a research
technician. Assisting with manuscript preparation is also required.
Ability to work under challenging field conditions is essential.
Applicants with demonstrated written and analytical skills preferred.
This position will be based at Big Cypress National Preserve near Naples,
FL. Annual salary of $28,000–34,000 depending on qualifications with
availability of benefits upon successful evaluation. Position available
immediately and open until filled. To apply, please send resume and
letter of interest to (E-mail preferred):

Hardin Waddle
US Geological Survey / University of Florida

Big Cypress National Preserve
33100 Tamiami Trail
Ochopee, FL 34141

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