The Nantucket Conservation Foundation is hiring for seasonal Field
Assistants with a strong botanical ID and field sampling background. This
job is being reopened for one week to solicit additional applications –
please pass this job far and wide.
The Nantucket Conservation Foundation, Inc. Science and Stewardship
Department seeks a seasonal field assistant to conduct ecological research
and stewardship activities for the 2020 field season. The successful
candidate must have strong field work experience, excellent plant ID skills and
an interest in wildlife ecology.
This position includes a wide range of field-based work with a primary
focus on vegetation community composition sampling and plant
field work will require rare plant searches, small mammal trapping, wetland
surveys and crab trapping, wildlife radio relocation and bat acoustic
monitoring. Successful candidates will be motivated, enthusiastic,
self-reliant and willing to learn quickly. For more information on NCFÃ¢Â€Â™s
mission and current research projects, please see the FoundationÃ¢Â€Â™s website
our Science Blog on the website.
Wages/Benefits: Wage is $13 per hour based on a 40-hour work week. Housing
is provided in a shared, employee house. Work-related transportation is
provided but is not available after working hours.
Application deadline is Friday February 7th, 2020 by 5pm.
Applications accepted ONLY through our hiring website:
A complete application REQUIRES: Cover Letter, Resume, Contact Information
for 3 references, and Unofficial Undergraduate College Transcripts*