Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Lab: Research Assistant 1 -B/H for Rights-of=
-Way& Avian Conservation Project
Location: Eastern Ohio
Start Date: May 15, 2017 End Date: August 18, 2017 =
Job Type: Seasonal
Application Deadline: February 13th, 2017
Job Description: RESEARCH ASSISTANT I -B/H needed to assist avian samplin=
g(stationary point counts and nest search/monitoring), vegetation sampling=
(woody and herbaceous), and data entry tasks for shale gas pipeline right=
way (ROW) research project in eastern Ohio throughout the posted time win=
dow. The successful applicant will work alongside the project=92s graduate stu=
dent aswell as other field technicians working on different components of the RO=
Wresearch (e.g., pollinators, herpetofaunal).
Hourly wages for the position are $11.25. Field housing & in-field t=
ravelprovided. Start and end dates listed are approximate.
=95=0960% – Avian point counts and nest search/monitoring
=95=0930% – Vegetation/habitat sampling
=95=0910% – Data entry
To Apply: Applications will be accepted until February 13th, 2017. Pleas=
esend brief cover letter, resume, and both phone numbers and email address=
es of3 references as a single PDF to Lewis Lolya (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Qualifications: A valid driver=92s license is required. Demonstratedproficiency in the identification of eastern North American songbirds by =
sightand sound is mandatory. Applicants with proficiency in identification an=
dknowledge of forest and/or herbaceous plants will be given preference. =
Individuals will be required to work in all types of conditions (rain, ho=
t andcold temperatures) and be required to walk moderate distances to field si=
tes. Applicants must possess a strong work ethic, positive attitude, self-
motivation, and willingness to work in harsh outdoor conditions.