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Current Entry Level Jobs From the Department of Natural Resources (DNR)

Warehouse Operator 1 – Greenhouses

SALARY RANGE:

$14.86 – $17.08 per hour

TYPE OF POSITION:        

Non-Permanent, Seasonal, Full-time.
Anticipated appointment: 11/01/2018 thru 5/31/2019.
This position is represented by the WPEA.

LOCATION:                         

Olympia, Washington

CLOSES:

18 October 2018.
Note: Recruitment may be extended after October 18 depending on the quantity and quality of the application pool.

Forest Practices, Natural Resource Specialist 1 (NRS1)

SALARY RANGE:

$3,185 – $4,275 per month

TYPE OF POSITION:        

Permanent, Full-time. This position is represented by the WPEA.

LOCATION:                         

Colville, Washington

CLOSES:

19 October 2018.
Note: Recruitment may be extended after October 19 depending on the quantity and quality of the application pool.
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Looking to Hire: Journeyman Arborist/Tree Technician

Rain Shadow Consulting, LLC has a position for a journeyman arborist/ tree technician

We are looking for an experienced and well-rounded crew member to join our team. Must have experience with chainsaw work and general tree work/ landscaping. Experience with rigging, tree climbing, plant ID, hardscaping, plant care, equipment (chipper, mini excavator, farm tractor) a plus. Certified arborist also a big plus. Must enjoy working outdoors year-round. Attitude, environmental ethic, work ethic, team player, communication, and ability to learn new skills are the most important. Job may demand long hours and trips to outer islands. 4+ day work week, based on Orcas Island. Hourly, DOE $23-32/hr. Paid vacation, sick leave, paid training, and paid travel. Opportunity to grow with the company. Please send resume and cover letter to:  kristina@rainshadowconsulting.com

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Forester Recruitment Oregon Department of State Lands

The Oregon Department of State Lands is recruiting for a Forester (Natural Resource Specialist 3) position. Attached to you will find a flyer with details about the agency, this position, and the recruitment. Please feel free to pass this information along to any contacts or colleagues who may be interested.

For more information, please contact:

Jennifer Schaffner, SPHR | Human Resource Manager

Oregon Department of State Lands

775 Summer St NE, Suite 100

Salem, OR 97301

Office: (503) 986-5249 | Fax: (503) 378-4844

Email: jennifer.j.schaffner | DSL Web site: : http://www.oregon.gov/dsl

Forester-Oregon DSL 10.8.18.pdf

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STEM Hiring Event

STEM Hiring Event

What You Need to Know

The Forest Service is hiring student interns and recent graduates for engineering positions through the Pathways Program. Duty locations are available across the country. Apply online at USAJOBS. Merit applications are open from October 10-24, and intern indefinites and recent graduate applications are open October 10-19. Please see below for links to the job opportunity announcements.

Civil Engineers:

Engineering Technicians:

Engineering Interns

The Forest Service will host a recruitment event at the 2018 Women of Color STEM Conference in Detroit, MI. Forest Service employees will be on-site to speak with potential applicants and guide them through the applications process.

What You Need to Do

Visit the STEM Hiring Event webpage for details.

Help is Available

Questions can be emailed to recruitmentandhiring@fs.fed.us.

We want your feedback! HRM values your feedback. Please complete this short survey to help us improve HRM messages to better meet your needs and interests.

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Public Lands Recruitment Events – Oct 9th

RSVP for the recruitment events at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMY3KP5

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_English.pdf

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U.S. PIRG Jobs and Opportunities: Looking for Fellows

At U.S. PIRG, we had a busy summer working on our top campaigns: We urged McDonald’s to get our life-saving antibiotics out of its entire meat supply chain; called on states to ban Roundup, which has been linked to cancer; and published a shopper’s guide for buying non-toxic school supplies.

On these issues and others, our mission is to champion the public interest – to raise our voices on behalf of the public when decisions are being made that affect our health, our safety or our rights.

Right now, we are hiring a team of fellows to join our 2019 class. Fellows mobilize the support it takes to win a specific campaign, whether it’s zeroing out plastic waste, ensuring that our food or transportation systems are healthy and sustainable, or calling on manufacturers to remove toxic chemicals from their consumer products. Interested students can go to jobs.uspirg.org to learn more and apply.

www.uspirg.org

Copyright © 2018 U.S. PIRG, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:

U.S. PIRG 328 S. Jefferson St.
Suite 620
Chicago, IL 60661

Add us to your address book

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Forester Position for Hancock Natural Resource Group, Forest Management Group

Forester with Hancock Natural Resource Group

Location: Orting, WA — North Cascades Region

General Directive: Responsible for harvest unit and associated transportation systems planning layout, budgeting, permitting, and contract supervision. Plan, coordinate, supervise, and implement forest road activities and environmental enhancement projects. Provide leadership, administration, and ground level implementation for road related activities. Manage budgets to achieve desired results. Other duties as assigned.

Scope:

  • NW Washington Area encompasses approximately 157,000 acres.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with HFM staff, HNRG staff, and appropriate contractors.
  • Develop and maintain a strong relationship with the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with road maintenance, road construction, and harvesting contractors.
  • Harvest layout and permitting.
  • Harvest operations, log manufacturing, log sorting, and log quality control.
  • Road construction and road maintenance, including associated management cost and return expectations, stewardship, and budget oversight.
  • Lead the capital roads program and road maintenance programs.

Duties

  •  Harvest unit and associated transportation systems planning.
  •  Harvest unit layout, administration, and contract supervision.
  •  Capital road construction and expense road maintenance programs.
  •  Development of annual property budgets and forecasts.
  •  Participate and lead programs and projects to ensure the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe initiatives and objectives are achieved, including the integration of Forestry Education for k-12, Job and Professional Training and Employment, Community Enrichment, and numerous special projects.

Requirements:

  •  A bachelor’s degree in Forest Management or Forest Engineering.
  •  PE designation preferred.
  •  Demonstrate strong organizational skills.
  •  Knowledge of Microsoft computer software, with emphasis in Excel, Access, and Word preferred.
  •  Knowledge of using Outlook.
  •  Knowledgeable in GIS, ArcMap.
  •  Team player.

Key Internal Relationships

HFM North Cascades Area Manager Preparation of client and HFM budgets, management of stakeholder issues, personnel management, coordination of participation in regional associations, safety, stewardship, SFI compliance, risk management and loan monitoring.
HFM Accounting Preparation and communication of HFM and client, results and variances, log accounting, and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
HFM Resource Support Team Long-term property plans, inventory, GIS, project support, disposition and acquisition support.
HNRG Human Resources Representative Implement HNRG HR policies and directives, report issues and concerns of HFM workforce.
Muckleshoot Client Preparation and communication of quarterly updates including budgets, results and variances; respond to requests as needed, conduct client and prospect tours as needed.
HTRG Client Accounting Group Preparation and communication of client budgets, results and variances; respond to requests as needed, conduct client and prospect tours as needed.
HFM Area Managers, Foresters & Operations Support staff Preparation of client and HFM budgets, management of stakeholder issues, safety, stewardship, SFI compliance, risk management and loan monitoring, and daily operations.
HTRG Acquisitions and Dispositions Support acquisition and disposition effort as required.

Key External Relationships

Washington DNR Compliance with regulations, development of good relationships with regulators.
Industry Peers Share appropriate information, stay current on industry issues.
Local contractors Utilize for harvest and silviculture operations, develop core group of dependable contractors, use of contractors to support HFM staff.
Local customers Maintain strong working relationships with log purchasers
Associations and Cooperatives Participate with and influence direction of groups, transfer information to HFM staff.
Stakeholders Communicate and work with various stakeholder groups, develop mutually supportive relationships.

For more information, please see the attached document: Forester, Position Description, Kaposin Final.docx

Hancock Natural Resource Group (HNRG) is committed to being an equal opportunity employer. The Company is committed to employ, train, promote and compensate individuals based on job-related qualifications and ability without regard to race, color, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, veteran or marital status.

Please follow this link to apply https://manulife.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/MFCJH_Jobs/job/Orting-Washington/Forester-T11_JobReq0367102

 

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Outdoor STEM Programming AmeriCorps Opportunity with Glacier Peak Institute

Glacier Peak Institute – Programming
Unique opportunity to gain experience in outdoor education, STEM and recreation in a beautiful mountain community! Located in the heart of the Cascade Mountains, Glacier Peak Institute (GPI) empowers youth, community and ecosystems to prosper and cultivate a shared resilient future through action-based education. GPI provides STrEaMs (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math experienced through recreation and art to gain skills) based education to rural youth. By collaborating with supportive and diverse partners, known as the GPI Coalition, we identify and develop curriculum and activities utilizing available expertise to strengthen a connection and understanding with place to build a vibrant future.

In the aftermath of disaster in 2014, GPI began as a solution to build a positive future through the only resources available: youth, community and surrounding ecosystems. This was a turning point after decades of increasing poverty, loss of timber jobs and cuts to schools by 30%. GPI is physically located among world-class forests, rivers, rugged mountains near the Puget Sound and Pacific Ocean. Our programs bring youth to the outdoors and partner them with industry experts, providing a STEM educational experience that is both deeply personal and highly experiential. With GPI, you will be supporting our core activities:

  • Creating and supporting innovative STrEaMs curriculum and projects in rural communities that lack sufficient resources.
  • Developing afterschool and summer recreation activities that help youth explore the world independently by engaging with the surrounding environment.
  • Building cultural exchanges between urban, suburban and rural youth.
  • Empowering youth to tackle local problems through the Engineering Design Process.
  • Expanding and replicating GPI programs to benefit struggling rural communities and increasing the exposure urban youth have to wilderness settings.

This position is contingent upon funding.

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M.S. Assistantship Opportunity – Southern Pine Beetle in the Northeastern US

There is a M.S. Assistantship in Silviculture and Applied Forest Ecology available for qualified students at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. The project will investigate stand and landscape level factors that contribute to the susceptibility of northeastern pitch pine forests to southern pine beetle. The project is a great opportunity for a student interested in forestry, forest ecology, or forest entomology. Field work will be primarily focused in the Central Pine Barrens of Long Island, New York.

The attached flyer contains more information and point of contact (Tony D’Amato, UVM).

Silviculture MS Assistantship SPB.pdf

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FREE EVENT: UW CoMotion’s Startup Career and Internship Fair – Tuesday, October 9, 2-5pm

Are you a student/individual looking for employment in a startup?

If so, join us at the UW Intellectual House (4249 Whitman Court, Seattle 98195) between 2:00-5:00pm on Wednesday, October 4th for UW CoMotion’s Startup Career/Internship Fair! Talk to dozens of fully established and vetted startups who are looking for people like you to join their companies. Bring your A game, and your resume(s). Attendance is free and open to all, regardless of student status, but you must preregister at http://bit.ly/StartupCareerFair2018 to get your ticket. Space is limited, get your ticket early to guarantee admission!

If you are a startup interested in participating or have other questions, please register cshansen.

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ASP is Hiring Success Coaches

Student Academic Services/Undergraduate Acadmeic affairs has an opportunity for students to be ASP Success Coaches for the entire year. They are looking to hire 3 students to support non-traditional, under-represented, transfer, parents, low-income, veterans and reinstated students. They are hoping to find students who share in these identities in order to be able to speak to the general experiences these students have had on campus. They are also looking for juniors and seniors who would coach winter and spring quarter but must also take a training course this fall.

Qualifications:

  • Identify as an underrepresented student (Please refer to the definition above)
  • Junior or senior class standing
  • Strong GPA, ability to manage time, while balancing academics, this position and personal life
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to be flexible in working conditions
  • Ability to work independently in one-on-one and group instructional settings
  • Aware of resources at University of Washington for struggling students
  • Ability to work effectively on a team and autonomously

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Sefsgrads FW: Beaver Management Technician position open at Beavers Northwest

Beavers Northwest is accepting applications for a Beaver Management Technician. The position is part-time with a flexible schedule to assist with beaver management implementation including installation of flow devices, monitoring beaver habitat, maintaining devices, and potentially doing outreach. This may be prefect for a grad or undergraduate student, and there are potentially opportunities available to incorporate your research into this work. We have a lot of fun working in some really beautiful, beavery systems and we are hoping to add one or two more people to our team. More information about the position is attached and more information about Beavers Northwest can be found on our site, www.beaversnw.org.

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2018 Society of American Foresters Convention Hiring Event

Intended Audience: All Forest Service Employees
Oct. 1, 2018

2018 Society of American Foresters Convention Hiring Event



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Recruiting Tutors For 2018/19

The BuffTutor Network is a collection of graduate and undergraduate students at UW from all fields of study with one goal: providing quality academic assistance to fellow students at an affordable rate. We are currently recruiting tutors this quarter and school year.

We are primarily looking for math, science, economics/business and language tutors, but are accepting applications from tutors for all areas of study. Please visit http://www.bufftutor.com to learn more about us.
Benefits of joining our network:
– Set your own rate
– Set your own schedule
– Take on only as many students as you can handle.

If you are interested in becoming a tutor, please review our eligibility rules and apply online.

NOTE: Unfortunately, J-1 or F-1 international students (or any non-immigrants who do not have work permission) cannot be a part of the BuffTutor Network.

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Public Lands Recruitment Events – Tue Oct 9th at Klondike National Historical Park

Note: The date and location for the Seattle event has changed due to USAJOBS website closure. Seattle event will now be held on Tues, October 9th from 5pm – 7pm at the Klondike National Historical Park located at 319 2nd Ave S, Seattle. The National Park Service will also be there to share information about positions available to apply for in November 2018.

Join us at upcoming U.S. Forest Service Recruitment Events located in Oregon and Washington. There are over 1000 seasonal positions available across the Pacific Northwest for 2019! Hiring managers from the US Forest Service will be available to answer questions, review resumes, and help candidates apply for positions that day.

The period to submit applications for US Forest Service summer 2019 positions on USAJobs is Sept 17th (TODAY) – Oct 12th. Candidates can submit applications on the day of the recruitment event. We recommend applicants come prepared with completed resumes and unofficial transcripts on an external hard drive. Most positions require the applicant be 18 years of age by the job start date in order qualify.

Federal resumes require lots and lots of details so we strongly advise candidates review the provided sample resume. We encourage applicants to email resumes to comments-pacificnorthwest-mtbaker-snoqualmie , for review and to ensure that you will qualify for your desired position.

Thank you all for engaging emerging conservation and community leaders to public lands.

RSVP for the recruitment events at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMY3KP5

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_English.pdf

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_Spanish.pdf

2019 sample federal resume.pdf

Applying for Forest Service Positions-Tips for Applicants.pdf

RecruitmentFlier2019.pdf

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Looking for a Job or Internship? Use UW’s new tool HANDSHAKE

Students, Alumni, Employer & Campus partners – HuskyJobs is officially retiring and the Career & Internship Center, Career Center @ Engineering, Foster Undergraduate & Specialty Masters Career Services, and UW Bothell Career Services are making the final transition to Handshake as of Tuesday, June 26, 2018!

Handshake is a powerful recruiting platform, enabling students and alumni to connect with a network of employers, domestic and international, searching for talented individuals as their next great job or internship hire. Students and alumni can search and apply for jobs & internships, participate in on-campus interviewing, publish an employer-facing profile, view upcoming employer events, and more.

https://uw.joinhandshake.com?referral_code=Ew8ZQn&utm_campaign=referrals

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JOBS! $$$$ Save the Date! Public Lands Recruitment Events – Oct 3rd (Eugene, OR) and 5th (Seattle, WA) 4 Attachments

Join us at upcoming U.S. Forest Service Recruitment Events located in Oregon and Washington. There are over 1000 seasonal positions available across the Pacific Northwest for 2019! Hiring managers from the US Forest Service will be available to answer questions, review resumes, and help candidates apply for positions that day. The Seattle event (hosted in collaboration with Seattle Parks and Recreation Outdoors Opportunities Program) will be held at Yesler Community Center (917 E Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98122), Friday Oct 5th, from 5:00 – 7:00PM with check-in starting at 4:30 pm.

The period to submit applications for US Forest Service summer 2019 positions on USAJobs is Sept 17th (TODAY) – Oct 12th. Candidates can submit applications on the day of the recruitment event. We recommend applicants come prepared with completed resumes and unofficial transcripts on an external hard drive. Most positions require the applicant be 18 years of age by the job start date in order qualify.

Federal resumes require lots and lots of details so we strongly advise candidates review the provided sample resume. We encourage applicants to email resumes to comments-pacificnorthwest-mtbaker-snoqualmie , for review and to ensure that you will qualify for your desired position.

Thank you all for engaging emerging conservation and community leaders to public lands. We hope to meet many candidates that are participants of your programs!

RSVP for the recruitment events at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMY3KP5

Aleta Eng

Partnership Specialist

US Forest Service

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

p: 425-783-6017 c: 425-293-1780
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2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 3A
Everett, WA 98201
www.fs.usda.gov/mbs

Caring for the land and serving people

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_English.pdf

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_Spanish.pdf

2019 sample federal resume.pdf

Applying for Forest Service Positions-Tips for Applicants.pdf

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UW Drama now hiring house managers (Work-study positions)

We have two great positions open for house managers for our 2018 – 2019 season. Open to students with work-study only.

The School of Drama is hiring House Managers for the 2018 – 2019 academic year. THIS JOB IS OPEN TO STUDENTS WITH WORK-STUDY AWARDS ONLY. This is a great job for anyone considering a career in customer service, hospitality, social work, event management, retail, nonprofit management, or the arts who wants to get experience interfacing with the public and managing volunteers in a fun, art-filled environment. You do not need to have theatre experience to do this job. Please share widely!

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: House Manager
Department:
School of Drama
Location:
Meany Studio Theatre, Jones Playhouse, and Hughes Penthouse Theatre, UW-Seattle Campus
Pay Rate:
$15.45/hour
Employment Period:
October 8, 2018 – June 3, 2019
Hours Per Week: Up to 20 hours/week during show weeks (see detailed schedule below)
Contact Supervisor: Holly Arsenault
Phone Number: 206.221.6797
Email Address: hollypla
Website: drama.uw.edu

Nature of Organization

The University of Washington School of Drama develops innovative and courageous artists and scholars poised to be the creative leaders of tomorrow. We produce a mainstage season of 6 plays in three on-campus theatres during the school year. These plays are attended by students, staff and faculty, and members of the Seattle-area community. We also host talks and other special events in collaboration with community organizations, both on and off campus. About 8,000 people pass through the doors of our theatres each year.

Duties and Responsibilities

Are you great with people? Thinking about a career in customer service, hospitality, social work, event management, retail, nonprofit management, or the arts? Want to get experience interfacing with the public and managing volunteers in a fun, art-filled environment? You’d make a great house manager!

The House Manager is the School of Drama’s primary representative to the public during all public performances, acting as a host to attendees, as well as supervising all student volunteers who are serving as ushers. The House Manager’s primary responsibilities are:

– Ensuring the comfort and safety of patrons
– Coordinating with ushers to seat the audience and keep the event on schedule
– Training ushers and helping them create a welcoming environment
– Supporting ticket office staff by assisting with check-in of ticket holders and providing back-up customer service for ticket sellers as needed
– Creating the nightly House Manager report, which is an account of all audience-related activity at each performance, including audience count, any safety-related incidents, and anything else of which School of Drama should be aware
– Managing set up and take down of special events (setting up chairs, setting out food on tables, etc.)
– Staying in close contact with the School of Drama Engagement office, and helping to inform the Engagement office about patron needs and feedback

****IMPORTANT SCHEDULE INFORMATION*****

This position does not have regular hours. It is focused around events taking place in the School of Drama, including plays, talks, receptions, and other special events. Work will primarily take place evenings and weekends, Tuesdays through Sundays, including Sunday matinees (afternoon performances).

During weeks when there is a show or a special event, you will work 3- to 6-hour evening shifts. Each shift includes significant "down" time during which you can do quiet tasks such as homework. During weeks where there are no shows or events, you will not work. It is important that our house managers are able to work evenings during show weeks. Show weeks for the 2018 – 2019 season are as follows:

October 20 – November 4, 2018
November 25 – December 9, 2018
January 19 – February 3, 2019
March 2 – 17, 2019
April 13 – 28, 2019
May 18 – June 2, 2019

Additional events will be added to this schedule over the course of the year.

Minimum Qualifications

This position is right for you if:

– You are able to maintain your composure and professionalism while answering questions, giving directions, explaining policies, and resolving potential conflicts while making sure the event stays on schedule
– You are highly reliable and punctual
– You feel comfortable acting as a trainer and guide to student volunteers, many of whom may be very inexperienced and/or shy
– You are confident and outgoing, and believe you can inspire those qualities in others
– You would rather be on your feet, interacting with people than sitting at a desk typing
– You value a schedule that ebbs and flows in terms of busy-ness, but keeps your daytimes (mostly) free

ACCESS, INCLUSION & DIVERSITY

The School of Drama has a strong commitment to diversity and access. We believe that art is for everyone, and we are actively engaged in dismantling structures that have historically prevented marginalized groups from accessing some arts experiences. Ensuring that every student at the UW has the opportunity to experience theatre is a high priority. Our ideal candidate will be someone who shares our dedication to creating inclusive, welcoming spaces where everyone—from seasoned theatre-goers to first-time attendees—feels comfortable and welcome.

Educational Benefits

You will emerge from this job with robust, marketable experience in volunteer management, customer service, event management, and decision making. You will have the opportunity to experience the process of theatrical production and get a first-hand look at how a play gets presented to an audience. You will have the opportunity to attend shows for free. You will have down time during shows to do class work. You will sometimes get free snacks.

To Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume, and 2 references to hollypla. Open until filled.

HOLLY ARSENAULT (she/her)
Director of Engagement
School of Drama

101 Hutchinson Hall Box 353950
Seattle, WA 98195
206.221.6797 / hollypla / drama.uw.edu

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Work Opportunity at Husky Game!

UTemp Staffing is partnering with UW Transportation Services to hire workers to survey fans who attend the Husky Football game, this coming Saturday, 9/22, vs. Arizona State Sun Devils.

The pay is $15.45/hr. The shift is 2:30 pm – 9 pm at Husky stadium and includes training on conducting the survey with game attendees. With just a few questions, the survey generally takes one minute or less to administer. Each Game Day Surveyor plays an important role in collecting information from commuters that measures how many people are using alternative modes of transportation. Working together, this team is directly involved with important research for the University.

To learn more about how you, or someone you know, might be considered for this transportation research project, email utemp as soon as possible as the window for processing credentials is closing for this opportunity.

(However, we are also seeking candidates for consideration for this work on 11/3 as the Huskies welcome Stanford to the Dawg House! Shift is still TBD.)

Sincerely,

Heather Harvey, PHR

HR Manager, UTemp Staffing, Total Talent Management

Direct: 206-685-1516 I UTemp: 206-543-3652

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PhD position: Dynamics and viability of trailing-edge populations

A PhD position is available in the Chandler Lab at the University of Georgia to study the dynamics and viability of trailing-edge populations of birds near their southern breeding range limits in the Appalachian Mountains. The research will involve collecting demographic data on bird populations, and developing novel statistical models to forecast spatio-temporal population dynamics in response to environmental change in the region. Five years of data have already been collected. Preference will be given to applicants with a strong background in population ecology and statistical modeling. Field experience with songbirds is desirable but not required. Four years of funding is available through a NSF CAREER grant. The start date is negotiable, but is anticipated to be August 1, 2019. Applicants should send a single PDF including a coverletter, CV, and contact information for three references to Richard Chandler (rchandler). Applications will be accepted until Dec 1, 2018.

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