The Research & Database Manager develops and evaluates ecological and social research and monitoring related to the natural resources of the Park District as affected by global and local influences, including climate change, stormwater, wildlife, invasive species, pests, public use, and management actions. This position provides experimental design, statistical analysis, and database management support to Natural Resources Division staff and explores innovative techniques and approaches to accomplishing research and monitoring goals. Responsibilities include collaboration with ongoing projects in the Long-term Terrestrial and Aquatic Resource Monitoring and Assessment Program, wildlife research and management, and other ecosystem research initiatives. This position also works closely w

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