Feral Hog Ecology Internship- Tallahassee, Florida

Tall Timbers
Tallahassee, Florida
Job Category
Internship stipend $230/week ($920/month), Housing and Utilities Provided
Last Date to Apply
Tall Timbers is seeking an individual for a 16-week internship working on a feral hog ecology project in the Red Hills Region. Start date is flexible (September/October 2021). Duties Include: - Documenting feral hog damage in wetlands and uplands - Remote camera surveys - Water quality assessments - Data management in Excel and GIS applications (ArcMap, Avenza, Survey123) - Vegetation assessment of hog resting areas - Restraining and processing live feral hogs for deployment of GPS collars - Tracking feral hogs using GPS collars
Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree (completed or in progress) in Natural Resource Management/Wildlife Biology or related field - Previous experience with ArcGIS software, Avenza Maps, and GPS is a plus -Must be U.S. citizen and have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record (NO citations within the past 3 years) - Ability to walk long distances through rough terrain in hot, buggy conditions - Prior telemetry experience a plus but not required To apply, submit a single PDF file to Cterrazas@talltimbers.org containing the following: 1. One-page cover letter clearly stating your qualifications, career goals, and earliest available start dates in September/October 2021 2. Resume/CV 3. Contact information for 3 or more professional references Applications will be reviewed upon receipt, so a prompt submission is recommended.
Contact Person
Chris Terrazas, Feral Hog Monitoring Technician
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