Técnico audiovisual para estudios de predación en Arizona ~ Bioblogia.net

5 de marzo de 2008

Técnico audiovisual para estudios de predación en Arizona

VIDEO CAMERA TECHNICIAN needed for a study examining nest predation of
Southwestern Willow Flycatchers in Arizona. Video cameras will be used
to determine predator community and predation rates, as well as quantify
incubation behavior as part of a larger study being conducted jointly
through Northern Arizona University and SWCA Environmental Consultants,
both in Flagstaff, AZ. Position starts 6 May and will run until early
Aug (exact end date to be determined). Responsibilities include setting
up and maintaining approximately eight video camera systems on
Southwestern Willow Flycatcher nests. A separate crew will be locating
and monitoring nests. Successful candidate will have experience in the
above techniques as well as high tolerance of heat (it’s really hot!)
and a strong work ethic. Work is independent, so good organizational
skills are essential. Salary is $15.00/hr (40 hr work week); housing and
vehicle for field travel are provided. TO APPLY: Send cover letter,
resume and email contact information for three references to: KATIE
STUMPF (Email preferred: Katie.Stumpf AT nau.edu) Northern Arizona
University, Department of Biological Sciences, PO Box 5640, Flagstaff,
AZ 86011. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

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