Graduate faculty are currently involved in various areas of research on fish and wildlife biology, ecology, management and conservation. Persons hired in these research positions may participate in activities that include the following: conduct research, design and run experiments, assist in preparation of grant proposals, and coordinate work of staff and undergraduate research assistants. Candidates must be capable of managing a research project with some faculty advice.
The Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology receives and evaluates applications from candidates for temporary part-time and full-time research positions on an annual basis through June 30, 2016. Complete applications are placed in a 'pool' and are reviewed as positions become available. These positions may be for varying percentages of time and length and are dependent on available funding.
Positions are available to persons holding an earned advancded degree in fisheries, wildlife conservation/management, conservation biology or related field with substantial research and publication record.
Demonstrated experience in research and/or project management.
Internal Number: 307399
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