Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for wildlife field technicians to assist with neonatal mule deer capture and collaring efforts in northwest Colorado from 21 May - 30 June, 2018. Camp trailers will be provided for housing. No pets allowed.
Primary duties include using radio telemetry to locate mule deer birth sites and experience performing field necropsies. Experience assessing deer mortality sites, comfort working in remote areas, and animal handling skills are preferred. Proficiency in use of GPS units and maps is desirable. Physical fitness is necessary for hiking in road-less areas of mountainous terrain Comfort with use of 4X4 vehicles and ATVs is a plus. Other duties include data entry and equipment maintenance and repair. These are 6 week positions beginning May 21, 2018 and the pay range is $13.51—$15.51/hour depending on experience. Overtime pay will be provided to address long days required during the peak birthing period.
To apply, please submit cover letter, resume and references to Chuck.Anderson@state.co.us and to email@example.com