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  • Wildlife Action Plan Biometrician

    Alison Cariveau
    • Employer: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
      Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 01/18/2022
      Open Until Filled: No

    We are hiring a biometrician to provide statistical analysis and study design expertise in the Nongame Wildlife Program at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. This 3-year position will provide high-level technical advice regarding sampling design and statistical analysis for research, monitoring, and survey projects on Species in Greatest Conservation Need.  A successful candidate will have strong experience in statistical analysis of large, complex datasets; power analysis and design of wildlife studies; analysis of population trends and dynamics; modeling of habitat relationships; and relating research findings to adaptive management. This position will join a highly collaborative team of biologists in the Nongame Wildlife Program and Minnesota Biological Survey and provide key guidance for future conservation work outlined in Minnesota’s Wildlife Action Plan.  Applications are due January 18. The job posting is attached.  To apply, submit materials through https://mn.gov/mmb/careers/; (‘search for careers,’ Job ID ‘51223’). Questions about the posting may be directed to Cynthia.Osmundson@state.mn.us.  

    MN DNR Biometrician posting Dec 29 2021.pdf

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