Osa Conservation’s Wildlife Movement Ecologist has a key role in directing the field logistics to implement the project objectives and managing the data streams which the project will generate. Applicants should be comfortable living and working in remote tropical environments (field stations and forest camps in Costa Rica and Peru), have experience handling and manipulating multiple streams of ecological data (e.g. location and acceleration data, camera trap records, biological samples), and be comfortable handling and using new technology (GPS collars, e-obs trackers, camera traps etc.). There will be opportunities to lead-author and co-author scientific research papers associated with this position. This role requires a passionate and motivated individual to work in remote tropical

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