Responsibilities will include providing support for natural resources assessments and management activities with an emphasis on assisting in project planning, field studies, data entry, report writing to document field study results, permitting, and administrative office support. The successful candidate will assist in a wide range of natural resources projects which could include field studies to support flora and fauna surveys, habitat assessments and management, threatened and endangered species surveys, ecological monitoring and wetland and aquatic resources characterizations and assessments.
Bachelor's degree in Biology, Ecology, Environmental Studies, Natural Resources or closely related field. Experience performing data collection in the field, documenting results of data collection into formal reports, and experience using GPS/GIS mapping in support of field studies. Experience with wildlife and plant identification and an understanding of ecological resources management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent computer skills, preferably in Microsoft Office Professional (Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point). Ability to learn new programs. Detail oriented and organized. Must be able to prioritize work effectively.
To apply: Please email cover letter, resume, and copy of college transcript. No phone calls please.