We are seeking a highly-motivated, self-sufficient Master’s student to investigate multiple questions regarding northern bobwhite ecology at the Jones Ecological Research Center in Newton, Georgia. This project will involve using radio telemetry to investigate resource selection and seasonal population metrics. The student will work closely with land managers, biologist and researchers at The Jones Center, Mississippi State University and the University of Georgia.
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s of Science degree from an accredited university, a valid driver’s license, and be able to work under field conditions that include hot temperatures, humidity, and abundant insects. The most competitive applicants will have multiple years of field experience including previous work capturing gamebirds and using radio telemetry. Candidates must have the capacity to learn quantitative techniques such as survival analysis and become proficient in GIS, R, MARK, and unMarked. The ability to lead assist in hiring and lead a crew of interns is essential.