Research Botanist, NatureServe ~

3 de junio de 2010

Research Botanist, NatureServe

NatureServe, an international nonprofit conservation organization, is
seeking a Research Botanist to join its team of scientists. This is a
full-time position located in Arlington, Virginia. The Research Botanist
assesses and reviews the conservation status of rare North American plants
and contributes to a diverse array of projects and analyses that use this
information to influence conservation decisions. Frequent clients/partners
include U.S. and Canadian Federal land management agencies, as well as
more local conservation groups and university-based conservation

The ideal candidate will have a M.S. in botany or in biology/ecology with
a botanical emphasis, at least one year of experience working in a
botanical field, a working knowledge of some portion of the North American
flora, knowledge of systematic concepts, and excellent research and
communication skills.

NatureServe’s mission-focused, collaborative atmosphere motivates staff to
contribute their best efforts to make a positive impact on some of the
world’s most pressing environmental issues.

We offer a competitive nonprofit benefits package that includes a 401(k)
savings and retirement plan with matching contributions; health and dental
insurance; short and long-term disability; annual and sick leave; and life

NatureServe is located in Arlington, Virginia just outside Washington,
D.C., in a location easily accessible by foot, bike, or public
transportation (metrorail and metrobus). If you would like to pursue a
career in plant conservation that makes a tangible difference, please go
to for detailed information about
this job, the organization, and how to apply.

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