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  • Motus Wildlife Tracking technician

    Jon Rice
    • Employer: Carnegie Museum of Natural History
      Location: Carnegie Museum of Natural History
      Country: United States
      Last Date to Apply: 04/01/2022
      Open Until Filled: Yes

    Assist with Powdermill’s wildlife tracking efforts using automated receiving stations and digitally coded radio transmitters (aka “Motus Wildlife Tracking”). QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Applicants should have a high school degree, or equivalent. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: The successful applicant will be able to work well both independently and as part of a team. The applicant must also be able to think critically in difficult situations, learn new technology quickly, and communicate effectively. Must have valid drivers license. Must be available to work extended hours including weekend and/or evening hours. Please include a cover letter with resume. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The position requires extended periods of walking, sitting, driving, standing, lifting, and carrying heavy equipment sometimes in inclement weather (e.g. hot, cold, rain). The applicant must be able to repeatedly lift 60 or more pounds throughout a day. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES The principal responsibility of this position is assisting the Urban Bird Conservation Coordinator with Powdermill’s Motus Wildlife Tracking efforts. This includes assembling Motus receiving station components in Pittsburgh. Traveling throughout the Northeastern United States to evaluate potential receiver station sites. Traveling throughout the NE US to construct, repair, and download data from Motus receiving stations. Maintaining equipment and tools in an organized fashion. pay is $12/hr, follow this link to apply: https://us61e2.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/car/Posting/View/3753

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