USGS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Field Station is currently looking for summer biological science technicians in forest ecology.
USGS summer bio tech 2017 Three Rivers.pdf
Examples of Duties: Measure forest demographics, including measuring trees and seedlings and determining cause of death. Gain knowledge and experience in ecological research, identifying Sierran trees, and forest pathology.
Several positions will be filled. Positions are full-time, start in approximately mid-May, and will last about 5 months.
Need bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience. Some field work experience required. Want people with some biological coursework and experience, an interest in forest ecology, who want to work outdoors, and who like to work in small teams and get along easily with others. Housing available for rent. Must be a US Citizen in order to qualify.
If interested: e:mail a cover letter, resume, list of references, and unofficial transcripts to: Anne Pfaff at email@example.com To be considered, please send information by February 6th.