Staff Scientists - Wildlife Biologists and Wildlife Technicians

  • Natural Resources Management Corporation
  • 1434 Third Street, Eureka, CA 95501
  • Mar 17, 2017
Biology/Ecology Environmental Impact Assessment Natural Resources Wildlife/Endangered Species

Job Description

Staff Scientists - Wildlife Biologists
NRM is accepting résumés/applications for wildlife biologists. The successful candidate must posses a Master’s or higher degree in Wildlife, or directly related field, and a minimum of four years’ experience conducting field surveys for special status species, and a minimum of two years in a supervisory role. Alternatively, a Bachelor’s degree, four years’ experience conducting surveys, two years in a supervisory role, and at least one year as a project lead on a peer reviewed project.
Experience in technical writing is required. Experience with NEPA/CEQA document preparation and familiarity with various permitting processes is highly desirable. Applicants lacking minimum qualifications may be considered for other positions. Applicants must be willing to work for extended periods away from home. Camping may be required on a project specific basis during summer months. Lodging will be provided during winter months. Pay will be commensurate with experience.

Wildlife Technicians
NRM is accepting résumés/applications for field technicians and crew leaders for a variety of wildlife surveys in northern California and southwestern Oregon. Qualified applicants will have one or more seasons of field experience, normal vision and hearing, and be in good physical condition. Ability to use topographic maps and compass is required. Pay will be dependent on experience.
Species surveyed may include northern spotted owl, red tree vole, marbled murrelet, raptors, mollusks, amphibians, etc. Work may be conducted in rugged backcountry conditions, with frequent rain. Work will often occur during night hours. Technicians may camp out for extended periods.
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