Environmental Science and Geology
The UAS Biology Program is having a career night for students tomorrow evening (Wed 11/16) in the Anderson building. Representatives from a variety of agencies like ADF&G will be present.
Below is a flier for the IslandWood Graduate Program in Seattle. The program offers a Masters Degree in Teaching for Environmental Education and they are actively recruiting new students. More info can be found at islandwood.org/gograds
Below is a job announcement from Jamie Womble at the National Park Service that may be of interest to recent graduates:
Please note that the following job posting for a Biological Science Technician with the NPS-Glacier Bay National Park harbor seal monitoring program in Juneau, Alaska, has been extended through September 21, 2016.
The National Park Service is currently recruiting for a Biological Science Technician (GS-0404-07) to work with the National Park Service Glacier Bay National Park harbor seal program in Juneau, Alaska. The duties and details of the position are listed below.
The job posting is open effective September 12, 2016 and closes on September 21, 2016. Details of the position and how to apply can be found at the following link on USA jobs.
Biological Science Technician (GS-0404-07) with National Park Service Harbor Seal Program
Biological Science Technician GS-0404-07/07
Job Announcement Number: GLBA-16-1799670-DECS
$22.45 per hour
Work Schedule is Full Time - Temporary NTE 1039 hours
Location: Juneau, Alaska
As a Biological Science Technician, you will perform a variety of tasks in support of daily work operations associated with harbor seal monitoring in Glacier Bay National Park at the NPS office in Juneau, Alaska. Responsibilities include compiling and summarizing data in tabular, graphic, GIS, or narrative form, and reporting results in detail and prepares extensive field notes conducting survey and collecting field data. Works independently or as a member of a team conducting data processing in GIS, aerial photographic surveys, biological surveys, or other necessary field work. Assists professional biologists by reviewing, cataloging, performing literature review and extracting and compiling data as needed for report preparation.
Feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested in applying for this position. For questions regarding the position, please contact Jamie Womble at (907) 364-1577 or Jamie_Womble@nps.gov.
Jamie N. Womble, Ph.D.
National Park Service
Glacier Bay Field Station
3100 National Park Road
Juneau, Alaska 99801 USA