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Postdoc Scholar in Urban Spatial Ecology
Arizona State University
The CAP LTER has been funded by the National Science Foundation's Long-term Ecological Research Program (LTER) for 25 years to study the urban ecology of metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona. We are seeking a postdoctoral scholar to conduct  interdisciplinary social-ecological research.

The initial application deadline is January 30, 2023. Applications will continue to be reviewed weekly until filled.
Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/119382
Habitat Stamp Program Coordinator
New Mexico Department of Game & Fish
Salary

$24.11 - $38.58 Hourly

$50,155 - $80,248 Annually

This position is a Pay Band 70

Purpose of Position

Interviews are anticipated to be conducted within two weeks of closing date.

Why does the job exist?

Habitat Stamp Program. Will handle project management duties, including development of scopes of work, requesting bids, reviewing invoices, handling inspections and contractor oversight. Will work with appropriate land management agency personnel and Department staff to develop and implement project opportunities. Will keep accurate records of all program details, including tracking and reporting of annual budgets. Will communicate with Citizen Advisory Committee and schedule public meetings as needed.
Link: https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&
NM Wildlife eMagazine Editor and Translator
New Mexico Department of Game & Fish
Job ID

130577

Location

Santa Fe

Regular - PERM for State

Salary

$21.13 - $33.81 Hourly

$43,954 - $70,326 Annually

This position is a Pay Band 65

Purpose of Position

Interviews are anticipated to be conducted within two weeks of closing date.

Why does the job exist?

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Newsletter Editor and Translator is responsible for producing numerous publications and print materials to keep our customers apprised and educate them on the department's rules and regulations, mission, programs, goals and objectives and state laws related to wildlife conservation. This position is essential in producing documents in Spanish and English to expand effective outreach with constituents. This position is vital to producing the publications and providing the information generations of hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts expect and rely on. The Editor and Translator reports to the Communications Director within the Department's Information and Education Division.
Link: https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL
Fish Culturist 1
New Mexico Department of Game & Fish
Job ID

129015

Location

Santa Rosa

Full-Time

Regular - PERM for State

Salary

$16.48 - $25.54 Hourly

$34,275 - $53,126 Annually

This position is a Pay Band 50

Purpose of Position

THIS POSTING WILL BE USED FOR ONGOING RECRUITMENT AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME.  APPLICANT LISTS MAY BE SCREENED MORE THAN ONCE.

Why does the job exist?

The position exists to assist with the propagation and stocking of cold and warm water fish species at Rock Lake Hatchery, to maintain hatchery facilities and grounds, and to administer good public relation techniques where applicable.
Link: https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL
Fish Culturist 1
New Mexico Department of Game & Fish
Job ID

128824

Location

Los Ojos


Full-Time

Regular - PERM for State

Salary

$16.48 - $25.54 Hourly

$34,275 - $53,126 Annually

This position is a Pay Band 50

Purpose of Position

THIS POSTING WILL BE USED FOR ONGOING RECRUITMENT AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME.  APPLICANT LISTS MAY BE SCREENED MORE THAN ONCE.

Why does the job exist?

The position exists to assist with the propagation and stocking of cold water fish species at Los Ojos Hatchery, to maintain hatchery facilities and grounds, and to administer good public relation techniques where applicable.
Link: https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL
AZGFD Tortoise / wildlife specialist
AZGFD
please see job add
Closing Date:  02/07/2023 
Link: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/wildlife-specialist-phoenix-arizona-united-states-937281a7-d76d-4d1f-9247-48973b707819
Zoologist
Navajo Nation Department of Fish & Wildlife
Works closely with technical staff in completing biological reviews for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funded projects. Ensures proposed activities are consistent with policies and procedures; reviews environmental documents; determines if site visits are necessary; and contributes to determination letters. Database entry for project reviews; coordinates with customers when surveys will need to be completed and submitted for review; contact with sponsors to follow-up on recommendations of avoidance and/or conditions of compliance. On occasion conduct site visits to determine if project is in compliance. Coordinate with technical staff and office staff to meet the demands of biological review for ARPA projects. Assists primary zoologist with monitoring of wildlife throughout the Navajo Nation. Applies data towards biological reviews with various types of tools to assess the project and impacts to biological resources.
Link: http://www.dpm.navajo-nsn.gov/JVA/11.30.2022/DNR12625375.pdf
Various job opportunities
USDA Forest Service
Sign up for the Forest Service job seeker database. Specify what opportunities you are interested in and you will receive an e-mail on how to apply for positions.
Link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=5zZb7e4BvE6GfuA8-g1Gl5_rAvDg_XhGrow_ZxFfGN5UOUZBU0dRQUVNTzNGSUg0SEk1M1hJWjZURiQlQCN0PWcu
M. S. Graduate Research Assistantship in Ecology of Mexican Long‐nosed bats
Angelo State University
Accepting applications for a M. S. student to study the nightly movements of endangered, migratory Mexican Long‐nosed Bats (Leptoncyteris nivalis) at Emory Cave in Big Bend National Park, Texas using GPS tags. Objectives include summarizing historic population trends at Emory Cave and using GPS tags to identify and characterize key foraging areas. Travel, food, and lodging expenses will be provided during field events in June and July in Big Bend National Park. Duties include supervision of field crew, capture and tagging individuals, retrieving data, maintaining equipment, characterizing foraging areas, data analysis, data submission to NABAT, assisting with reporting, and participating in scientific meetings. The successful candidate MUST be able to begin work on June 1, 2023.

Required: B.S. in biology, ecology, wildlife science, or closely related field. Must meet requirements of admission to ASU graduate program in biology (3.0 GPA). A strong work ethic, good verbal and written communication skills, ability to follow all permit conditions, to troubleshoot, to work and hike under physically‐demanding field conditions (backpacking in the Chihuahuan), willingness to receive rabies prophylactic vaccine, proof of COVID‐19 vaccination, & can qualify for a valid TX driver’s license.

Desired: field experience, bat handling & camping experience, familiarity with WNS field guidelines, GIS, and NABat, navigation skills, comfort learning & applying technology to field techniques, experience w/ vegetation analysis & organizing large amounts of data.

Salary $1230/month (19 h/wk), for 22 months, partial tuition fee assistance may be provided based on merit & availability of funds.

To apply: Send via email a single pdf file that includes 1) a cover letter that includes statement of interest and career goals, 2) resume/CV, 3) transcripts (can be unofficial), & 4) names and email addresses of 3 references to: Loren K. Ammerman (loren.ammerman@angelo.edu). Due March 10
Seasonal Field Research Technician, Mexican Long‐nosed bats, Texas
Angelo State University
One temporary technician position is available to assist with research on the nightly movements of endangered, migratory Mexican Long‐nosed Bats
(Leptoncyteris nivalis) at Emory Cave in Big Bend National Park, Texas using GPS tags. The technician will assist in preparation for fieldwork and during the field activities. Travel, food, and lodging expenses will be provided during field events (3 trips of 8‐9 days each) in Big Bend National Park. Will be responsible for managing the logistics of the field events, assisting with bat capture and handling, organizing and maintaining field equipment, troubleshooting, data management, vegetation surveys, as well as other duties as assigned. This position is a 2 month, 40 hour/week position. The successful candidate must be able to begin work on June 1, 2023.

Required: B. S. or M. S in biology, ecology, wildlife science, or closely related field. Must be organized, ability to work with others, strong work ethic, ability to follow all permit conditions, good verbal and written communication skills, high attention to detail, can troubleshoot, work and hike under physically‐demanding field conditions (backpacking in the Chihuahuan), willingness to receive rabies prophylactic vaccine, proof of COVID‐19 vaccine, & ability to qualify for a valid TX driver’s license.

Desired: field experience, bat handling experience (especially nectar bats), familiarity with WNS field guidelines, experience camping, navigation
skills, comfort learning and applying technology to field techniques, experience with
vegetation analysis, & experience organizing large amounts of data.

Salary: Salary $2100/month (40 hrs/week), for 2 months (June and July).

To apply: Send via email a single pdf file that includes 1) a cover letter that includes statement of interest and qualifications, 2) resume/CV, 3) transcripts (can be unofficial), and 4) names and email addresses of 3 references to: Loren K. Ammerman (loren.ammerman@angelo.edu). Due March 10
Conservation and Land Management Internship Program
Chicago Botanic Garden
Gain valuable career skills and receive mentorship from Biologists, while contributing to critical conservation, and land management work on federal lands. Up to 4 to 5 months paid internship providing real world experience. Internships include a wide variety of locations in projects with the forest service, Rocky Mountain research, and the Fish and wildlife service. Job duties include; seed, collection, rare plant and vegetation monitoring, assisting with grasslands drought and grazing studies and invasive fish monitoring.
Link: https://www.clminternship.org/
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