The Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) is seeking to hire a Field Technician to join the Community Programs team. The primary role of the Field Technician will be to provide support to DC Cat Count project that endeavors to quantify number of indoor and outdoor cats residing in Washington, D.C.; including comprehensive camera trapping efforts and cat counting via transect walking.
For the complete list of duties and job description, please visit HRA's website.
HRA is an EOE.
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• Ability to be trained in wildlife camera set up and retrieval of data from camera.
• Possess and maintain valid driver’s license. Provide own vehicle for transportation to office and field work sites. Mileage will be reimbursed
• Familiarity with Washington, D.C. neighborhoods and streets.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a customer service orientation. Ability to communicate effectively, courteously, and professionally with a variety of individuals representing the public, board members, volunteers, donors, and employees. Ability to conduct and handle difficult conversations.
• Ability to work effectively, both independently and in a team, in an atmosphere of multiple projects, shifting priorities, and deadline pressures.
• Excellent time management skills, respect for deadlines, and attention to detail for proper adherence to protocol are mandatory.
• Ability to operate independently with minimal oversight.
• Proficient in computer technology and use of programs including Microsoft Office programs, email, Internet, Google Docs, and database management software to efficiently accomplish work. Knowledge of GIS software a plus.
• Flexibility to adjust schedule to accommodate varying field and weather needs for job duties.