Field work-conduct 6am patrols to monitor new nesting and hatching activity, mark new nests, excavate hatched nests, relocate endangered nests, protect nests against predators, record all data accurately and completely on data forms in the field. Assist with stranding’s.
Educational-Conduct an educational program including a turtle walk three nights per week.
Educational background in biology, marine science, ecology, or education.
Must be willing to take responsibilities seriously and enjoy working with the public
Ability to work independently without direct supervision
Ability to work well with others in a team situation
Ability to communicate effective orally and in writing
Must be able to handle long hours and physically demanding work
Ability to endure extreme summer and outdoor conditions (heat, insects, salt, sand, etc.)
Barracks style housing provide.
To apply, please send resume to contact email.