Biology jobs in North America

Found 7 Entry level jobs

  • Prescribed Fire Specialist

    • Saint Paul, Minnesota, with possible remote work locations in Bemidji, Baxter, St. Cloud, Rochester
    • $44,787 - $65,333 Annually
    • Minnesota Department of Transportation

    As a Prescribed Fire Specialist, you will support a one-of-a-kind roadside prescribed fire program at the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

  • Tropical Bird Monitoring Intern

    • San Gerardo de Rivas, Costa Rica (CR)
    • $2 US/day stipend.
    • Cloudbridge Nature Reserve

    Mountain cloud forest reserve looking for 2 interns to conduct point count and walking surveys to start in Sep or Nov/Dec 2019.

  • 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.

  • Wildlife Technician Internship

    • Poynette, WI
    • Unpaid
    • Mackenzie Environmental Center

    The wildlife technician intern helps in the day-to-day duties of caring for native wildlife in captivity and groundskeeping of the wildlife area.

  • AFHA Conservation AmeriCorps

    • West Virginia
    • Stipended position receiving $14,000 for year plus $6,095 Education Award upon successful completion
    • Appalachian Forest Heritage Area

    AFHA AmeriCorps program seeking candidates to serve in multiple one year conservation positions in the highlands of WV beginning in September, 2019

  • Wetlands Biologist

    • Houston, Texas (US)
    • Ecology and Environment, Inc.

    Ecology and Environment, Inc. is seeking on-call Wetland Biologists in the Houston, Texas, area. These positions are primarily to support our renew...

  • Coastal Environmental Educator

    • Jekyll Island, Georgia
    • $10 an hour with fully furnished on-site housing for $20/week and meals for $2.50/meal
    • Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll

    Coastal Educators teach engaging, hands-on lessons focused on life and earth science, coastal ecology, and marine science on beautiful Jekyll Island!