Assistant Stream Ecologist
Expiration Date: 3/31/2017
Agency/Location: IL Natural History Survey, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL.
Salary: $37,000 to $41,000, commensurate with experience
Conduct fish and habitat surveys, and provide support to the principal investigators with data analysis and the preparation of reports and manuscripts. Present research results at professional meetings and solicit external funding opportunities. Communicate and interact with recipients of services. Supervise summer technicians. This includes recruitment, task assignment, training, scheduling, performance monitoring and evaluation, and mentoring. Employ, operate and maintain in good repair a variety of sampling gears and other equipment. Use and operate boats and electrical generators. Prepare project plans, reports and summaries of findings and analyses for online distribution to the public. Some extended/overnight travel periods may be required. Must be physically able to lift, pull, and/or push up to 30 pounds. The U of I is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled www.inclusiveillinois.illnois.edu.
MS in freshwater ecology, fisheries, natural resources, environmental sciences, or other related areas.
Erica Hanson at below email.
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