The primary responsibility of the Field Technician is to support avian long-term monitoring and applied ecology studies within the context of Klamath Bird Observatory’s mission to advance bird and habitat conservation. The applicant should be excited to contribute to the many facets of field research both during and outside of the avian field season. The Field Technician will assist with managing day to day operations of our seasonal field crews and implement avian surveys (e.g., point count, banding, nest search). The Field Technician will provide project support in data entry, data management, GIS, report writing, and other tasks. Applicants should be flexible to take on odd jobs as needed.
Salary: $30,928 plus a 15% cash benefit (in lieu of health/retirement benefits)

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