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    Guest Zachery Holmes
    • Employer: Quest Ecology
      Location: Office: Wimauma, Field: SW Florida
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 12/03/2021
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    Job Description:

    Quest Ecology is currently looking for a qualified avian and general ecologist to work on a variety of projects throughout the SW Florida region. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to listed species surveys (Florida scrub-jays, Florida burrowing owls, gopher tortoises etc.), general environmental assessments, wetland monitoring, nuisance/exotic plant surveys, and land management recommendations and oversite. Applicants should have previous avian related experience and a strong interest to broaden their experience in both avian and general ecological work. Applications will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled on a first come first serve basis. Applicants available for part time work are also encouraged to apply if they meet the below qualifications. Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate based on previous experience.


    B.Sc. Degree in biology, ecology, environmental science or comparative field

    Previous experience (employed or volunteer work) in avian surveys and/or monitoring

    Interest on working on a wide variety of ecological and environmental specific issues

    Ability to work long hours in the field

    Ability to work independently

    Excellent and reliable communication skills

    Valid Drivers License


    Interested and qualified applicants should send their application consisting of following list to Zachery Holmes as Zachery@questecology.com:

    -          A Resume or CV

    -          3 References

    -          A brief introduction (<500 words) of yourself and your qualifications for the position.

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