Monitoring to Conserve Midwestern Birds
In addition to the posting(s) below, visit these job boards periodically:
1) Upland/Grassland Research Biologist, Ohio DNR (closes May 12, 2017)
The Ohio DNR Division of Wildlife is seeking an upland/grassland research biologist (Wildlife Biologist 2) at its Olentangy Wildlife Research Station in Delaware, Ohio. The person selected for this position will be responsible for research and monitoring activities related to upland game (pheasant, quail, cottontail rabbit, etc.) and grassland non-game (barn owls, upland sandpiper, grassland passerines). This person will also represent our agency at meetings related to upland game management, including the National Wild Pheasant Plan.
Qualified applicants will have completed at least a Master’s degree plus have one additional year of wildlife research experience. Desirable skills or experience include analytical/statistical experience, GIS/spatial analysis, and familiarity with biological and sociological considerations of game management.
Those wishing to apply should complete a State of Ohio application by May 12, 2017 online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ohio/jobs/1731740/wildlife-biologist-2?keywords=natural%20resources&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs.
Inquiries about this position can be directed to me.
Wildlife Biology Supervisor,
Olentangy Wildlife Research Station,
Ohio DNR, Division of Wildlife
1201 U.S. 23 North
Delaware, Ohio 43015
(740) 362-2410 ext. 122