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Nellie Tsipoura

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  1. Job Description: The Newark bird-building interaction project technician will be responsible for data collection to evaluate building/bird interactions in Newark, NJ. Modern tall building in US cities, including Newark, have the potential to cause significant mortality to migrant birds. The technician will conduct daily surveys for dead or injured birds by walking the perimeter of twelve buildings, including the PSEG building, Prudential Tower. Seton Hall Law School, Panasonic Building, National Newark Building, Newark Legal Center, Gateway 1, 2 and 4, during the 2020 fall migration period. They will coordinate and supervise student volunteers in the field as needed. They will also collect daily weather-related data, such as prevailing wind direction, wind-speed, temperature, and cloud cover. Major Responsibilities · Pre-dawn surveys around buildings to document grounded birds · Transporting injured birds to the rehabilitator · Coordinating with student interns conducting surveys concurrently · Data entry and management Knowledge and Skills · Attention to detail, ability to follow detailed protocols and collecting data · Familiarity with birds of the northeastern US · Ability to handle live birds preferred · Ability and willingness to interact with the public and work well with partners · Proficiency with GPS and range finders preferred · Proficiency with MS Office, including Excel or Access, required; experience with GIS preferred · Excellent oral and written skills required. · Excellent organizational, time and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects, shifting priorities and meet deadlines. · Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills with the ability to relate to and motivate a diverse range of people, exercise cultural competence and inclusion, and accept direction and constructive feedback. · Motivated self-starter able to work independently in the execution of his or her responsibilities while collaborating with other staff and organizations with the ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude. · Strong professionalism and work ethic with the ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality. Qualifications · Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology, ecology, environmental science or similar field preferred. · Flexibility to adjust hours to meet the special needs of the program and organization. · Must have access to a vehicle, and a valid and clean driver’s license. · Must be able to walk long distances in uneven terrain, sometimes in inclement weather. · Start Date: August 17, 2020; End Date: November 13, 2020 · Salary: $ 960 to $1,040 bi-weekly, depending on experience. Partial reimbursement for housing may be available. · Application Deadline: Aug 8, 2020. Please send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references as a single PDF document (including email and phone contact info) to hr.research@njaudubon.org. Please include “Newark fall” in the subject line so that your resume is routed properly.
  2. Technician will catch and band individuals of several passerine bird species in the NJ Hackensack Meadowlands, and collect tissues for further analysis. Technician will be responsible for determining access to various sites by map and GPS, setting up mist-nets and extracting birds from them, finding nests, and collecting tissues. They will also record detailed observations and data in the field and do data entry. The position requires spending long hours in the field carrying equipment, handling birds, and tolerating exposure to variable and sometimes adverse weather and environmental conditions. All field work conducted at NJ Audubon adheres to NJA’s Field Work Protocol following COVID-19 precautions, complying with federal, state, and local guidelines and restrictions and following industry best practices. Health and safety of staff, volunteers, program and project participants and the public are the top priority. Major Responsibilities · Assist in determining potential survey sites in wetland habitats and access to those sites · Visit point by foot or water to set up mist-nets for catching passerine birds · Assist in banding and collect of body measurements and tissue samples · Conduct nest searches and collect egg samples · Assist in processing samples as needed · Produce online maps of surveyed area and bird captures · Data entry and management Knowledge and Skills · Ability to identify birds of the Northeast by sight and sound · Previous experience mist netting, banding and nest searching · Willingness and ability to navigate by kayak/canoe to water accessible sites · Attention to detail, ability to follow detailed protocols and collect data · Proficiency with GPS and mapping apps preferred · Proficiency with MS Office, including Excel or Access, required · Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to accept direction and constructive feedback. · Motivated self-starter with capacity to work in a team setting. · Strong professionalism and work ethic. · Excellent oral and written skills required. · Ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude. · Ability to relate to a diverse range of people and exercise cultural competence and inclusion. Qualifications · Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology, ecology, environmental science or similar field preferred. · Experience mist netting, banding and nest searching · Flexibility to adjust hours to meet the special needs of the program and organization. · Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. · Must have own vehicle, and a valid and clean driver’s license. · Must be able to move materials and lift 25 lbs. as needed. · Must be able to walk long distances in uneven, muddy, or wet terrain, sometimes in inclement weather. Starting Date: June 15, 2020. End Date: July 31, 2020 Salary: $ 1,080 to $1,200 bi-weekly, depending on experience. Please send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references as a single PDF document (including email and phone contact info) to hr.research@njaudubon.org
  3. Job Description: The Grassland Bird Survey Field Technician will be responsible for conducting point counts in managed grassland habitats at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Target species include Grasshopper Sparrow, Eastern Meadowlark, and Upland Sandpiper. Technicians will be responsible for recording detailed observations and data in the field, data entry, and other duties as necessary. The position requires working independently in the field, walking long distances over potentially rough terrain, carrying equipment, and tolerating exposure to variable and sometimes adverse weather and environmental conditions. Major Responsibilities · Point count surveys for grassland bird species, using distance sampling methodologies · Recording detailed observations and data in the field · Data entry and management Knowledge and Skills · Experience identifying birds of the eastern U.S. by sight and sound · General knowledge of vegetation and habitats of New Jersey · Attention to detail, ability to follow detailed protocols and collecting data · Ability and willingness to interact, coordinate and work well with partners · Proficiency with GPS and range finders preferred · Proficiency with MS Office, including Excel or Access, required; experience with GIS preferred · Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to accept direction and constructive feedback. · Motivated self-starter with capacity to work in a team setting. · Strong professionalism and work ethic. · Excellent oral and written skills required. · Ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude. · Ability to relate to a diverse range of people and exercise cultural competence and inclusion. Qualifications · Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology, ecology, environmental science or similar field preferred. · Flexibility to adjust hours to meet the special needs of the program and organization. · Must be able to work weekends. · Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. · Must have own vehicle, and a valid and clean driver’s license. · Must be able to move materials and lift 25 lbs. as needed. · Must be able to walk long distances in uneven terrain, sometimes in inclement weather. Starting Date: May 14, 2020 End Date: August 2, 2020 Salary: $1040-$1200/bi-weekly pay period, depending on experience. Housing available. Mileage reimbursement will be provided. Application Deadline: February 15, 2020, or until position is filled. Please send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references as a single PDF document (including email and phone contact info) to hr.research@njaudubon.org .
  4. Job Description: The Grassland Bird Survey Field Technician will be responsible for conducting point counts in managed grassland habitats at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Target species include Grasshopper Sparrow, Eastern Meadowlark, and Upland Sandpiper. Technicians will be responsible for recording detailed observations and data in the field, data entry, and other duties as necessary. The position requires working independently in the field, walking long distances over potentially rough terrain, carrying equipment, and tolerating exposure to variable and sometimes adverse weather and environmental conditions. Major Responsibilities · Point count surveys for grassland bird species, using distance sampling methodologies · Recording detailed observations and data in the field · Data entry and management Knowledge and Skills · Experience identifying birds of the eastern U.S. by sight and sound · General knowledge of vegetation and habitats of New Jersey · Attention to detail, ability to follow detailed protocols and collecting data · Ability and willingness to interact, coordinate and work well with partners · Proficiency with GPS and range finders preferred · Proficiency with MS Office, including Excel or Access, required; experience with GIS preferred · Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to accept direction and constructive feedback. · Motivated self-starter with capacity to work in a team setting. · Strong professionalism and work ethic. · Excellent oral and written skills required. · Ability to demonstrate initiative and a positive attitude. · Ability to relate to a diverse range of people and exercise cultural competence and inclusion. Qualifications · Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology, ecology, environmental science or equivalent experience preferred. · Flexibility to adjust hours to meet the special needs of the program and organization. · Must be able to work weekends. · Must be able to work independently and as part of a team. · Must have own vehicle, and a valid and clean driver’s license. · Must be able to move materials and lift 25 lbs. as needed. · Must be able to walk long distances in uneven terrain, sometimes in inclement weather. Starting Date: Approximately May 5, 2019 End Date: July 28, 2019 Salary: $1040-$1200/bi-weekly pay period, depending on experience. Housing available if needed. Mileage reimbursement will be provided. Please send cover letter of interest, resume, and three references as a single PDF document (including email and phone contact info) to hr.research@njaudubon.org
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