Each year, the Department of Science and Stewardship hires two motivated, enthusiastic, self-reliant field assistants with strong wildlife biology and botany skills. This is a field-based position that includes rare species identification and habitat inventory, monitoring vegetation communities, and various wildlife monitoring and land management projects. Field assistants have the opportunity to gain experience in rare species conservation, land management-based research and applied ecological monitoring – working on a wide variety of different field work projects. These are full-time, seasonal positions beginning in mid-May and ending in mid-October.

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