The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the National Park Service, is recruiting a Wildlife/Fisher GIS-Field Technician to support conservation, management and restoration of natural resources/ecosystems in and around Sequoia-Kings Canyon NP (SEKI) to help promote stewardship of public lands during a period of landscape change. We seek a person that has both field and GIS/spatial data skills. The Wildlife/Fisher GIS-Field Technician will use survey and monitoring methods to learn more about fisher habitat use in a landscape altered by tree mortality and fire to better inform fuel and forest management as well as fisher conservation in this region. Specifically, the Technician will work cooperatively with other members of the GBI wildlife/fisher crew and agency staff to:

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