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    Guest Leslie
    • Employer: McGill Bird Observatory
      Location: Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
      Country: Canada
      Last Date to Apply: 03/07/2022
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    McGill Bird Observatory in Montreal, Quebec, is seeking a bander-in-charge for Spring 2022. Qualified applicants must either hold, or be qualified to obtain, a Canadian banding permit for passerines. North American Banding Council certification as a bander or trainer is an asset. Although the observatory operates in English, knowledge of French is also an asset. McGill Bird Observatory believes strongly in training, and the successful candidate will be expected to assist volunteers in developing their skills. The contract will be for five days per week (including weekends) from April 18 through May 29, and daily from May 30 to June 1, for a total of 33 days. Compensation will be $6,000 (Canadian). Please submit a CV, brief letter of interest, and two references to mbo@migrationresearch.org. Applications are preferred by March 7, 2022 but will be considered until the position is filled. Note that McGill Bird Observatory may also be offering a 14-week fall contract (August 1 - November 6), to be confirmed after completion of the spring season.




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