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    Range Ecologist/Wildlife Biologist

    • Employer: Precision Wildlife Resources, LLC
      Location: Gillette, WY
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 09/25/2020
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    Position Summary:

    Looking for your next career move in range management, ranching, and avian ecology working with a premiere national conservation group, such as The Audubon Society?  Precision Wildlife Resources, LLC has re-opened the position for a Range Ecologist/Wildlife Biologist located in Gillette, Wyoming to support their engagement with Audubon’s Conservation Ranching Program (ACR).  This exceptional opportunity will assist Audubon in networking with some of the most conservation-based ranches throughout Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana for their expanding bird-friendly ranching initiative.  The position will provide half-time support for ACR and half-time for other wildlife biologist tasks in support of both Audubon and other clients; the duration of the position is for 2 years, ranging from $40,000 to $44,000 per year, depending on experience.  Duties include developing avian habitat management plans; documenting and advising on the implementation of conservation actions; planning and conducting rigorous avian surveys and vegetation sampling, as well as numerous other wildlife surveys; scientific database management, including utilization of GIS; and report writing and mapping.

    This role will a provide broad experience with a wide variety of audiences and disciplines, and includes routine out-of-state travel for ranch visits and wildlife surveys (often early-morning or nocturnal) in remote areas.  Fieldwork frequently requires long and/or irregular hours and some weekends in potentially adverse and fluctuating weather conditions.  The position will remain open until filled, but applications will be processed immediately.  To apply, please send a cover letter highlighting your qualifications and experience in range management and avian identification/ecology and a resume to Bill Vetter at wm_vetter@msn.com. 

    Required Qualifications and Experience:

    ·  A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in rangeland ecology, wildlife management or biology, natural resource management, or a related field.

    ·  Demonstrated confidence in avian identification skills (visual and sound).  Familiarity with IMBCR protocols, vegetation sampling methods and identification, diverse wildlife survey experience, and working knowledge of grassland ecology and habitat management is preferred.

    ·  Knowledge and appreciation of the ranching culture, range management issues, and sustainable ranching practices; must also possess excellent listening and oral communication skills and interact positively with diverse audiences.

    ·  An operating knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS and demonstrated, strong writing skills.

    ·  An overall dedication to excellence, high integrity, strong organization and problem-solving skills, a flexible ability to work both independently and with a team, and solid navigation skills using paper maps, spatial software, and a GPS.

    ·  Must successfully pass initial and periodic random drug tests, possess a valid driver’s license and maintain a clean driving record for safe operation of four-wheel drive trucks, and have the ability to walk long distances on uneven terrain, drive on unpaved surfaces, and lift up to 50 lbs.

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