Oferta de empleo en Canadá ~ Bioblogia.net

16 de septiembre de 2007

Oferta de empleo en Canadá

SPECIES AT RISK INTERN–Bird Studies Canada is seeking a Species at Risk
intern to assist with the delivery of conservation activities for
several species at risk in southern Ontario including Acadian
Flycatcher, Bald Eagle, Barn Owl, Hooded Warbler, Prothonotary Warbler,
and Short-eared Owl. General duties will be varied and include: 1.
Developing outreach and educational materials; 2. Coordinating
volunteers; 3. Entering data and maintaining databases; 4. Communicating
with landowners, volunteers and the general public; 5. Invasive plant
species control; 6. Field work may include invasive plant control,
checking Barn Owl nest boxes, and collecting data on the winter
distribution of Short-eared Owls and Bald Eagles; 7. Assisting with the
development of technical reports and publications. EXPERIENCE: The
candidate must possess a minimum of a B.Sc. in biology and be a recent
graduate (within the last five years). The ideal candidate will have a
good knowledge of southern Ontario birds, a good understanding of avian
conservation and issues related to species at risk in Ontario. The
position requires a high level of organization, initiative, accuracy, a
pleasant phone manner, excellent inter-personal skills, superior written
and verbal communication skills, and an understanding of database
management. Experience with both scientific and popular writing is
important. Applicants must be recent graduates (within the last five
years). STARTING SALARY RANGE: $2,000 – 2,500 (CDN) per month, plus
legal benefits. This is a five month contract position (starting 8 Oct)
with opportunities for renewal. Applicants must be willing to relocate
to our headquarters office in Port Rowan, ON, located on the north shore
of Lake Erie. More information about Bird Studies Canada can be found
at: http://www.bsc-eoc.org. Interested applicants are invited to submit
a detailed resume, and three references to DEBBIE BADZINSKI (EM:
dbadzinski AT bsc-eoc.org, 519-586-3531 ext.211) by 28 Sep 2007. While
Bird Studies Canada welcomes all applications, only those applicants who
are selected for an interview will be contacted.

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