Varias plazas de técnicos ornitólogos en Montana (USA) ~

6 de enero de 2017

Varias plazas de técnicos ornitólogos en Montana (USA)

Work on an ongoing long-term study of the evolutionary ecology of bluebird populations in western Montana. Work includes bird banding, hormone sampling, mist netting, morphological measurements, and behavioral observations. 

For Banding Assistant position, extensive experience banding and handling adult passerine birds is required. For Intern positions: No prior avian field work experiment necessary but preference will be given to applicants with some prior field work experience. Must be comfortable working alone and be physically fit (capable of carrying a moderately heavy backpack during mountain hiking). 

Banding Assistant Position starts as early as March 12th. Intern positions start as early as April 1st. Both positions continue through July (start and end dates flexible). Intern positions pays ~$1600/mo and Banding Assistant positions pay $1850-2150/mo, depending on experience. Both positions offer excellent benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance plans. Will provide partial reimbursement for travel to Montana (up to $250) and can also assist with finding reasonably priced housing in Missoula. Must have your own vehicle to drive to field sites. 

To apply, visit, search for posting number S22518, and upload a cover letter describing why you are interested in this position, a resume, and the names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references. Application review will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled. See Dr. Duckworth’s web page for more information about the project.

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