The Bioreserve Project Summer Associate will assist project director in organizing field assessments of natural areas throughout the Huron watershed (parts of 7 counties in Southeast Michigan), as part of HRWC’s Bioreserve Project. Duties will include:
Must have ability to work independently, a car, excellent interpersonal skills (both email and phone), and have working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (including ACCESS) and ArcGIS, as well as ability to identify most woody plants, forbs, and grasses of Michigan.
Hours: 20 – 40 hours/week
We are looking for a commitment through the 2017 growing season.
The associate will have the following opportunities:
– networking with and access to professionals
– technical learning in GIS, volunteer management, database management, ecology, plant identification