Invasive Species jobs

Found 7 jobs

  • Program Director

    • Tucson, Arizona
    • $50,000 - $57,000 depending on experience plus health and wellness and leave benefits.
    • Sky Island Alliance

    We seek a personable professional with a hunger for solving big problems who is interested in shaping the future of the Sky Island region.

  • SEASONAL BIOLOGIST Spartina Treatment Monitor

    • San Francisco Bay Area, California
    • $15-$18/hour based on experience
    • Olofson Environmental, Inc.

    OEI is seeking Spartina Treatment monitors, who will assist in monitoring of non-native Spartina treatment activities around the SF Bay Area

  • Researcher

    • Researcher required to manage and develop research projects on Oana Nature Reserve
    • Namibia Oana

    Oana Namibia Job: Researcher   Oana Nature Reserve, Namibia, Africa: Privately owned 110,000 acre reserve, 50km of Orange River Location: latitude ...

  • Interpretive Biologist Guide

    • Yellowstone National Park and Bozeman, Montana
    • Wage depends on experience, but new guides may begin at $160 per day for a 4 month season.
    • Yellowstone Safari Company

    Guides lead educational wildlife, cultural, and natural history tours in a safari style format.

  • Wildlife Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions

    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI)
    • Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses
    • Kure Atoll Wildlife Sanctuary

    Job Type: Habitat Restoration Volunteer Positions Kure Atoll Conservancy will award $1,000 upon completion of field season to help offset expenses ...

  • Aquatic Plant Maintenance

    • Glencoe, Illinois (US)
    • Chicago Botanic Garden

    Staff are provided with an exceptional opportunity to learn identification of 240 taxa of native wetland plants and shoreline ecology.

  • Plague Ecology and Mammal Conservation Technicians

    • South Dakota (in and near Badlands National Park) and New Mexico (White Mountains)
    • Daily living stipend for each day of work (housing provided)
    • U. S. Geological Survey

    We are studying plague ecology and mitigation tools in South Dakota and New Mexico. The ultimate goal is to conserve wildlife and preserve ecosystems.