Oregon State University is hiring 1 crew leader and 2-3 temporary (3-4 month) positions to spend a summer collecting valuable scientific data for research projects in the beautiful and remote Oregon desert. Successful applicants will primarily work on a collaborative research project assessing the effects of grazing on sensitive wildlife species. Technicians will be housed in provided shared staff housing located at the Northern Great Basin Experimental Range (NGBER) (housing dependent on 2021 Covid-19 restrictions) approximately 35 miles west of Burns, Oregon near Riley, Oregon, and will help to implement and monitor a replicated grazing experiment assessing the influence of grazing on the reproductive success of sagebrush-obligate songbirds, potential nesting habitat for sensitive avi

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