The Center for Conservation Biology seeks a research biologist with extensive avian field experience to join our research team. The biologist will be responsible for 1) Project development and management – including concept development, research design, and production of deliverables; 2) Fieldwork – including data collection, data management, logistics, and physical field assistance; and 3) Fundraising – including proposal development, identification of funding partners, and proposal submission. This is a salaried, permanent position that includes full benefits.
• Bachelor’s degree in biology or related field
• Experience in project management, including concept development, research design, and production of deliverables
• Experience with bird capture and banding techniques and resighting of color marked birds
• Demonstrated experience with using analytical tools to address research questions
• Demonstrated experience in safe collection of biological samples (blood, feather, or tissue) from wild-caught birds
• Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills
• Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills
• Experience with logistical support of field projects
• Experience with database management
• Skill in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Access)
• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and work in hot, cold, humid, muddy, bug filled environments.
• Graduate degree in biology or related field
• General knowledge of avian ecology and conservation issues
• Experience with fund-raising and/or grant writing
Compensation: Starting salary in the $32k to $40k range commensurate with experience.
To apply upload/submit required materials including cover letter, 3 references, and CV to: https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/33601
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