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  1. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds on ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14– July 31) for the World Wildlife Fund- Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative (WWF-SRI). Technicians will collaborate directly with WWF Ecologists and with Ranchers on private ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota. Data will inform grassland conservation and promote bird-friendly beef production. Duties consist of standardized avian point count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Technicians must be able to attend training in Lewistown, Montana starting May 13. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to communicate and work effectively with the IBO supervisor, WWF Ecologists, and with Ranchers (2 the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 3) the ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 4) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 9-day hitch 5) the ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 6) a willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 7) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and WWF and IBO supervisors. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $13-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a $3.75/hr. Per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found.
  2. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds on ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14– July 31) for the World Wildlife Fund- Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative (WWF-SRI). Technicians will collaborate directly with WWF Ecologists and with Ranchers on private ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota. Data will inform grassland bird conservation and promote bird-friendly ranching practices. Duties consist of standardized avian point count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Technicians must be able to attend training in Lewistown, Montana starting May 13. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to communicate and work effectively with the IBO supervisor, WWF Ecologists, and with Ranchers (2 the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 3) the ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 4) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 9-day hitch 5) the ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 6) a willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 7) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and WWF and IBO supervisors. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $13-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a $3.75/hr. Per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. 2018 Field Protocol for Spatially Balanced Sampling.pdf
  3. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds on ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14– July 31) for the World Wildlife Fund- Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative (WWF-SRI). Technicians will collaborate directly with WWF Ecologists and with Ranchers on private ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota. Data will inform grassland conservation and promote bird-friendly beef production. Duties consist of standardized avian point count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Technicians must be able to attend training in Lewistown, Montana starting May 13. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to communicate and work effectively with the IBO supervisor, WWF Ecologists, and with Ranchers (2 the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 3) the ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 4) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 9-day hitch 5) the ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 6) a willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 7) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and WWF and IBO supervisors. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $14+/hr DOE (PLUS a $3.75/hr. Per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 WWF Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. 2018 MT IMBCR Field Implementation Report.pdf 2018 Field Protocol for Spatially Balanced Sampling.pdf
  4. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIAN (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds in southeastern Montana (May 14– July 31) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University. Duties consist of standardized point count surveys, vegetation surveys, and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will train in Lewistown, MT, the Big Snowy Mountains and on UL Bend NWR. The work is comprised of surveys on private ranches, BLM lands, the Custer National Forest and will conclude in the high alpine outside of Red Lodge, MT. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to communicate and work effectively with the IBO supervisor, with co-workers and private landowners (2 the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 3) the ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 4) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 9-day hitch 5) the ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 6) a willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 7) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. This is a full-time position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $13-$15+/hr DOE (PLUS a $3.75/hr. per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. 2018 MT IMBCR Field Implementation Report.pdf 2018 Field Protocol for Spatially Balanced Sampling.pdf
  5. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds on ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14– July 31): the World Wildlife Fund- Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative (WWF-SRI). Technicians will collaborate directly with WWF Ecologists and with Ranchers on private ranches in eastern Montana and South Dakota. Data will inform grassland conservation and promote bird-friendly beef production. Duties consist of standardized avian point count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Technicians must be able to arrive on May 13 to attend training in Lewistown, Montana. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to communicate and work effectively with IBO staff, WWF Ecologists, and with Ranchers (2 the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 3) the ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 4) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 9-day hitch 5) the ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 6) a willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 7) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and WWF and IBO supervisors. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $12.50-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. 2018 MT IMBCR Field Implementation Report.pdf 2018 Field Protocol for Spatially Balanced Sampling.pdf
  6. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (9) needed for a study of breeding landbirds in the mountains, forests, grasslands, badlands, wetlands, riparian habitats and sagebrush steppes of Montana (mid-May – mid-July) with the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University. Duties consist of standardized point count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry using Integrated Monitoring in Bird Conservation Regions (IMBCR) protocol. Technicians will travel across diverse habitats identifying hundreds of bird species. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) the ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 2) ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 3) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 10-day hitch 4) ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, steep and rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 5) willingness to work in landscapes occupied by apex predators (bears, mountain lions and rattlesnakes) 6) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Solo backpacking trips may be required. Technicians must provide their own backpacking/camping gear. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and the program manager. This is a full-time position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $12.50-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE DRIVING between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references (in ONE Document) via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2019 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. 2018 Montana IMBCR Field Implementation Report.pdf
  7. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds in the grasslands of eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14 – July 31) with Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University. This avian monitoring project contributes to the World Wildlife Fund’s Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative which promotes and informs grassland bird-friendly ranching practices. Study sites are on private ranches located north of Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (CMR NWR) in Montana and also in western South Dakota. Duties consist of standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry. Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 2) ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 3) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 10-day hitch 4) ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 5) proficiency at identifying trees and shrubs 6) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Multi-day, solo backpacking trips are often required- especially late in the season. Surveying is primarily conducted on private property. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and the program manager. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $12.50-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE driving between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2018 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found. https://www.worldwildlife.org/projects/sustainable-ranching-initiative
  8. AVIAN POINT-COUNT TECHNICIANS (2) needed for a study of breeding landbirds in the grasslands of eastern Montana and South Dakota (May 14 – July 30) with Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State University. This avian monitoring project contributes to the World Wildlife Fund’s Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative which promotes and informs grassland bird-friendly ranching practices. Study sites are on private ranches located north of Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge (CMR NWR) in Montana and also in western South Dakota. Duties consist of standardized point-count surveys, vegetation surveys and data entry. WWF Northern Great Plains Sustainable Ranching Initiative site: https://www.worldwildlife.org/projects/sustainable-ranching-initiative Qualifications Qualifications include: 1) ability to identify 200+ species of Western birds by sight and primarily by sound 2) ability to work independently (alone ≥90% of the time) for the duration of the field season 3) strong physical/mental endurance to complete 1 survey per day per 10-day hitch 4) ability to navigate off-trail in remote, densely-vegetated, rugged landscapes using topographical maps and GPS units 5) proficiency at identifying trees and shrubs 6) and careful and accurate data collection/entry/management. Multi-day, solo backpacking trips are often required- especially late in the season. Surveying is primarily conducted on private property. Each applicant must possess strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and work effectively with private landowners, fellow technicians and the program manager. This is a fulltime position for the duration of the project (May-July). Hourly pay rate is $12.50-$14+/hr DOE (PLUS a per Diem which amounts to an additional $1,000 over the season). Surveying requires EXTENSIVE driving between sites on both paved and dirt roads. Technicians must have a valid driver's license and EITHER use their personal 4WD vehicle (work-related mileage will be reimbursed at the standard state rate) OR IBO can provide a rental SUV. Please send a resume, cover letter, and at least three references via e-mail to Christian Meny: christianmeny@boisestate.edu. Please put “2018 MT IMBCR Applicant- (w/ Name)” in the subject line. Positions will be filled as soon as suitable applicants are found.
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