POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER IN SPATIAL & MOVEMENT ECOLOGY (ID# 19546) with the Hawai‘i Cooperative Studies Unit (HCSU) and USGS Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center (PIERC), Hawai‘i. Research involves analyses of movement data collected using Automated Radio Telemetry Tracking Networks from multiple avian studies across the Hawaiian and Mariana Islands. Expected analysis includes Point Process Models to characterize space use, resource selection, and temporal patterns in avian movement behavior; develop models to characterize activity patterns from continuous tracking data; and incorporate spatial information with movement data to evaluate covariates of movement behavior. Develops analytical pipelines using standard approaches from recent ecological literature, as well as developing novel approaches to analyzing telemetry data. Works with research team leads, project collaborators, and species experts to ensure sound interpretations of movement and spatial analysis, taking both lead and supporting authorship roles on multiple publications. Careful attention to data management and analysis documentation important. Trains and assists others in data management and analysis. PRIMARY QUALIFICATIONS: PhD from an accredited college or university in Wildlife Biology, Biostatistics/Biometry, Quantitative Ecology, Biology, or other quantitative field. One to two years of experience in wildlife movement modeling, including spatial analysis. Experience using remote sensing data for habitat and species distribution models, as well as handling large spatial databases and geographic information system (GIS) software. Experience with applied statistics/data analysis and study design, preferably movement analysis, population modeling, and database management. Demonstrated scientific writing experience and strong communication skills. Expertise in the statistical analysis of animal relocation data, including knowledge of R programming language. Additionally, experience with avian field studies and animal tracking desired, as well s familiarity with Hawai‘i wildlife, island populations, and climate change conservation issues. MINIMUM MONTHLY SALARY: $4,335/Mon. TO APPLY: Please go to www.rcuh.com and click on “Job Postings”, and search for position # 19546. You must submit: 1) Cover Letter, 2) Resume, 3) References, and 4) Copy of Degree(s)/ Transcript(s)/ Certificate(s). All online applications must be submitted/received by the closing date of November 11, 2019 (closing date may be extended 1 week depending on number of applications received – check website for updates). For inquiries, please contact Sharon Ziegler-Chong at 1-808-932-7981.