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  • Department Head and Professor

    • Logan, Utah
    • Negotiable and commensurate with qualifications and experience, plus excellent benefits.
    • Utah State University - Wildland Resources Department

    The Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University invites applications for the position of Professor and Department Head. hr.usu.edu/jobs

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  • Assistant/Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology

    • Starkville, Mississippi
    • Commensurate with experience
    • Mississippi State University

    MSU is an equal opportunity employer

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  • POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW

    • Prince George, British Columbia (CA)
    • up to $60,000
    • Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative Society

    For more details, please visit the full Y2Y job posting at: https://y2y.net/about-us/employment-opportunities/y2y_unbc-pdf-ad.pdf

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  • Volunteer Botanist

    • Niagara Escarpment, Dundas, Hamilton, Bruce peninsula, Cayuga, Ontario
    • Recruiter will assist with finding employment using skills acquired
    • EARTHQUEST (Canada) for the Environment

    The EARTHQUEST Programs are job shadowing opportunities in field botany, conservation, research, GIS, Environmental Assessments and Species at Risk.

  • Research Assistant/ Sea Turtle Project

    • Nicoya Peninsula, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
    • Rescue Center for Endangered Marine Species (CREMA)

    Research Assistants are responsible for assisting the Coordinator with all aspects of the sea turtle nesting beach conservation project.

  • Volunteer Great Green & Scarlet Macaw Field Assistant

    • Sarapiquí and Punta Islita, Costa Rica
    • Volunteer position with Non Profit
    • The Ara Project

    Help protect Costa Rica’s endangered macaws, through doing fieldwork to locate, monitor, track and support breeding pairs and their offspring.