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  1. Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Field Project Leader, the Field Technicians will: 1. Perform Forest Field study surveys for California Spotted Owls and other wildlife species. 2. Conduct nocturnal and diurnal surveys for owls to determine occupancy, nesting and reproductive status. 3. Collect data following a prescribed protocol. 4. May assist in the capture and banding of spotted owls. 5. Navigate on public and private road systems without direct supervision. Job location: Chester, CA and Shaver Lake, CA 6. Locate off-road study sites using compass, topographic maps and/or GPS unit. 7. Record field data in a legible manner. 8. Enter field data onto a computer database. This is a limited position and is subject to 1,000 maximum hours worked. Physical Demands: Must be able to walk 1-3 miles in steep terrain, often at night. Must have normal hearing and color vision, to hear owls and accurately record the owls' unique color-markers (color-bands). Willingness to work in the forest at night, sometimes solo with coworkers nearby. Must possess a valid driver's license. Minimum Qualifications: Experience handling animals. Experience assisting with the banding of animals. Record keeping skills to accurately record research data collected throughout studies. Preferred Qualifications: Previous animal behavior or animal study experience. Experience working with research collaborators. Apply online at: www.employment.ucdavis.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81254 If you have any questions about this position please contact Paula Shaklee at 530-258-5143
  2. Job Summary: With minimal supervision of the Field Project Leader, the Field Technicians will: 1. Perform Forest Field study surveys for California Spotted Owls and other wildlife species. 2. Conduct nocturnal and diurnal surveys for owls to determine occupancy, nesting and reproductive status. 3. Collect data following a prescribed protocol. 4. Captures and bands spotted owls. 5. Assists in training new employees in survey techniques and protocol requirements. 6. Assists Field Project Leader with daily tasks such as data proofing and daily or weekly survey schedules. 7. Locate off-road study sites using compass, topographic maps and/or GPS unit. 8. Record field data in a legible manner. 9. Enter field data onto a computer database. This is a limited position and is subject to 1,000 maximum hours worked. Physical Demands: Must be able to walk 1-3 miles in steep terrain, often at night. Must have normal hearing and color vision, to hear owls and accurately record the owls' unique color-markers (color-bands). Willingness to work in the forest at night, sometimes solo with coworkers nearby. Must possess a valid driver's license. Minimum Qualifications: -Knowledge of wildlife management techniques, with an emphasis on raptor surveys and capture methods. -Experience surveying for spotted owls. -Experience capturing and banding spotted owls. Preferred Qualifications: -Experience using MS Access and Excel preferred. -Experience using ESRI ArcGIS preferred. -Previous experience working with research collaborators preferred. Apply online at: www.employment.ucdavis.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=81295 If you have questions about this position please contact Paula Shaklee - 530-258-5143
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