The successful candidate will be responsible for project management, developing peer-reviewed publications, and reports related to conservation translocation programs. They will supervise and mentor associate research and field technician staff, provide guidance regarding program decisions to internal and external partners, and will take and inspire conservation actions. The Conservation Research Population Ecologist leads research to provide science-based advice to inform management decisions and/or the development of policies, guidelines, or best practices for species at risk. They will build and foster partnerships and collaborations with representatives from academia, government, industry, local community members, and other involved parties to advance the zoo’s mission and vision.
As the successful candidate, you will work within our Conservation Translocation portfolio with a focus on our Greater Sage Grouse project, however in the future you may be required to focus on other conservation species as needed.
Please apply here https://jobs.jobvite.com/calgaryzoo/job/oZB1mfwH
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