We are seeking an outstanding applicant with a bachelor's or Master's degree (or a current student that will graduate in January, 2019) in an ecological or natural resource discipline for a full time position in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology. The employee will be supervised by Professor Jonathan Pauli (http://labs.russell.wisc.edu/pauli/), and will be working on several collaborative projects. Primary duties will focus on developing and maintaining a national database on winter mammal observations based on state agency monitoring efforts. This will require coordinating and communicating with multiple natural agencies across the country. Other duties will include preparation of samples for isotopic and genetic analyses, and some administrative work.
This position will start in January 2019 and be 12 months in duration (with the potential to extend based on performance), with an annual salary of $30,000. Health care is included.
Applicants should have strong organization skills and be detail-oriented. Applicants with previous database management, experience working with natural resource agencies and in the laboratory (specially with isotopes or genetics) will be given priority.
To be considered for this position, please send a current CV and cover letter outlining relevant experience and contact information for three professional references (name, email, phone, address) as either a PDF or MS Word file to email@example.com "Research Position" in the subject line. Applications submitted by December 1, 2018 will be given a full consideration.