Tuesday, March 9, 2010

6-8 new Field Technician positions now open

The Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands together with CNHP anticipate a need for up to 8 technicians for field work at two project sites along the Upper Missouri River in Montana. The work requires field botany or field ecology skills, GPS, and map reading and navigation skills. Knowledge of plant taxonomy and species identification is required; experience identifying flora of the northwestern Great Plains is beneficial.

Successful applicants will sample vegetation communities on lands surrounding two US Army Corps of Engineer reservoirs. Field technicians will navigate to remote plot locations via foot, boat, and/or automobile and document plant community and environmental characteristics using maps, imagery, GPS, and vegetation keys.

Anticipated position timeframe: June-October, 2010.

These positions are open until filled. For more information about these positions and how to apply, please see the announcement on the Employment and Volunteering page of our website.

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