The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is recruiting for a Research Associate (RA) to serve as a Biological Science Specialist at the Ash Meadows Fish Conservation Facility, Amargosa Valley, NV. The AMFCF is the home to the only captive population of endangered Devils Hole pupfish, including a 100,000 gallon refuge tank that simulates the Devils Hole ecosystem and provides habitat for a backup population of the endangered Devils Hole pupfish. Primary duties include implementation of a long-term ecosystem monitoring plan for the refuge tank, and assisting with daily fish care and captive breeding efforts. The RA works directly under the supervision of the Facility Manager and with project partners and cooperators.

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