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  • Common Nighthawk and Eastern Whip-poor-will Field Technicians (1-2)

    • Employer: University of Guelph
      Location: Muskoka Lakes, Ontario
      Country: Canada
      Last Date to Apply: 03/14/2021
      Open Until Filled: No

    The Norris Lab and The University of Guelph are committed to equity in policies, practices, and programs, support diversity in teaching, learning and work environments, and ensure that applications for members of underrepresented groups are seriously considered under the university’s employment equity policy.

    We are looking for 1-2 nightjar field technicians to assist with Elora Grahame's Ph.D. research on Common Nighthawks and Eastern Whip-poor-wills from May 1 to ~August 15, 2021 in Muskoka Lakes, Ontario.

    Position is paid (fixed stipend based on hourly rate). Housing is provided.

    Job duties include: nocturnal fieldwork, capturing birds using mist-nets, tracking individuals with radio-telemetry, nest-searching & monitoring, and hands-on experience with awesome birds! 

    Successful applicants will demonstrate a strong interest in wildlife research and be passionate about birds and nature.

    Please note that applicants already eligible to work in Canada are strongly preferred.

    Send resume, brief letter of interest, and contact info for 2–3 references to Elora Grahame by March 14, 2020: egrahame@uoguelph.ca

    Feel free to contact Elora with any questions!

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