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  1. We are currently seeking one Field Biologist to be located in or near the Essex and/or Chatham-Kent areas and one Field Biologist to be located in or near the Grand Bend area, with regular travel to nearby project sites. Each position consists of an as-needed contract anticipated to be approximately 40 hours per week but may vary depending on work task requirements, with an expected start date of April 28th, continuing until October 31st, 2021. The successful applicants will conduct biological field monitoring, primarily consisting of bird and bat mortality searches at operational wind
  2. NRSI is currently looking to hire two qualified and experienced Avian Biologists to join NRSI’s Waterloo team on a contract basis. This position will be split between NRSI projects and fieldwork in support of the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (OBBA) fieldwork. The primary focus of the NRSI-specific component of the position will be to complete breeding bird surveys, as well as other avian surveys (migration, behaviour, etc.) at a variety of project sites across southern Ontario. The biologists will also assist with other field and office project work, including other ecological field work. T
  3. Natural Resource Solutions Inc. (NRSI) is an environmental consulting firm that focuses on technical excellence in the field of ecology. NRSI works on a wide range of projects across Canada, including impact assessments for land developments and renewable energy, ecological restoration planning, and species assessments and recovery strategies. Our staff consists of terrestrial, wetland and aquatic biologists and ecologists with a wide range of specific technical expertise in the identification, assessment, and management of wildlife, ecosystems, and natural features. Job Description
  4. NRSI is currently seeking 2 Field Biologist positions based in the Medicine Hat area, with regular travel to nearby project sites. This opening is for part-time contract positions of up to 9 months, with a flexible start date of approximately February 22, 2021. The successful applicant(s) will conduct biological field monitoring, primarily consisting of wildlife searches at operational solar energy facilities in the Medicine Hat area. The positions will allow the field biologists to gain experience in visual bird identification and implementation of scientific methods, as well as with d
  5. Natural Resource Solutions Inc. (NRSI) is an environmental consulting firm that focuses on technical excellence in the field of ecology with experience working on a wide range of projects across Canada, including impact assessments for land developments and renewable energy, ecological restoration planning, and species assessments and recovery strategies. Our staff consists of terrestrial, wetland and aquatic biologists and ecologists with a wide range of specific technical expertise in the identification, assessment, and management of wildlife, ecosystems, and natural features. NRSI is l
  6. We are currently seeking a Field Biologist to be located in or near the Grand Bend area in Ontario, with regular travel to nearby project sites. The position consists of a full-time contract with an expected start date of April 29th, continuing until October 31st, 2020. The successful applicant will conduct biological field monitoring, primarily consisting of bird and bat mortality searches at an operational wind energy facility. This position will allow the biologist to gain valuable experience in visual bird and bat identification, as well as with data collection and analysis. Qu
  7. We are currently seeking a Field Biologist to be located in or near the Chatham-Kent area in Ontario, with regular travel to nearby project sites. The position consists of a full-time contract with an expected start date of April 29th, continuing until October 31st, 2020. The successful applicant will conduct biological field monitoring, primarily consisting of bird and bat mortality searches at an operational wind energy facility. This position will allow the biologist to gain valuable experience in visual bird and bat identification, as well as with data collection and analysis.
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