Position InformationPosting Number PG193300TM
Position Number 11ASO2098 Position Type Temporary Essential Job Duties
We are seeking up to 20 highly motivated seasonal technicians for a black bear genetic and abundance study in eastern North Carolina. Technician positions are late-May to July/August (~12-weeks) with some flexibility.
Primary Duties include setting up and monitoring hair snares to collect information on black bear genetics and abundance; data processing and organization; data entry; and equipment maintenance.
Specific Duties include driving for long distances, driving ATVs, hiking with gear to sites that may be inaccessible from drivable roads, field data collection following detailed protocols, and performing tasks in typical southeastern summer conditions and weather (i.e., rain). Technicians will work closely with local crew leaders and researchers at North Carolina State University, USGS North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Mississippi State University, and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
Work will be conducted on public and private lands across eastern North Carolina.
Shared field housing (utilities included) and work vehicles are provided:
Students working towards their associate or bachelor's degree are highly encouraged to apply.
Is Time Limited Yes If Yes, Appointment Length May 2023 - August 2023
Department InformationJob City & State Varies NC locations
Department Applied Ecology
System InformationClassification Title Temporary-Technical/Paraprofessional
Working Title Temporary Black Bear Research TechnicianPosition Information
Requirements and PreferencesWork Schedule Up to 40/hrs per week
Department Required Skills
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
Required License or Certification
Valid NC Driver's License required? Yes Commercial Driver's License Required? NoRecruitment
Recruitment DetailsAnticipated Hiring Range $15-$17/hr
Recruitment DatesJob Open Date 02/14/2023
Applicant InformationQuick Link https: // jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/178808
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