- The summer session assistant position/s will assist with all aspects of undergraduate summer field ecology courses. Interns will receive room and board (valued at $2500) in addition to a salary.
Job duties include:
- Assisting the staff with a variety of activities related to teaching the summer courses at FLBS
- Assisting the faculty with preparing a variety of course material
- Assisting the faculty on field trips as needed, including packing and being responsible for field sampling gear
- Minimum requirements include the completion of at least 2 total semesters in biology, chemistry, environmental science, or equivalent including laboratory instruction.
- Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated proficiency in laboratory portions of their major program.
- Must be able to hike up to 10 miles a day in remote locations with field sampling gear
- Standing: college sophomore or above
- Majors: Zoology, Marine Biology, Ecology, Botany/Plant Biology, Biology, Forestry, Fisheries & Wildlife, Environmental Management & Sciences, or Earth Sciences
- The Flathead Lake Biological Station (FLBS) is a University of Montana Center of Excellence that conducts ecological research with an emphasis on fresh water, located on the East shore of Flathead Lake at Yellow Bay. Our facilities are housed on 80 acres and include resident housing, dormitory rooms, research laboratories, cabins, dining hall, museum and vehicles/boats.
- The FLBS mission is to serve the Flathead Lake region, the state of Montana, the nation, and the world by advancing a cutting-edge research, monitoring, education & outreach platform for limnology, ecology, and environmental science at Flathead Lake.
- Polson, Montana, United States
How To Apply:
- Send a cover letter, a resume with a statement of career goals, and contact information for one reference to Holly.Church@flbs.umt.edu.
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$8.30 per hour, plus onsite room and board