Conducting fatality monitoring for bird and bat fatalities beneath operating wind turbines near Streator, IL. Fieldwork will require long days in a range of temperatures and wind speeds. Fatality monitoring will entail long hours of walking, sometimes in inclement conditions, followed by nightly data review and electronic uploads. Candidate must be comfortable with hazards typical of field work (mud, dust, driving on gravel roads, extreme heat and cold). Workload may be 30-40 hours per week depending on the project, and may require overtime or weekend work. Job duties require use of compass, global positioning system devices, binoculars, range finders, and digital cameras or tablets as well as the ability to maintain equipment. Technician should have familiarity with Midwest bird and bat s

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