Job Opportunity - Scientific Aid (California Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Do you want to support California’s natural resources in the work you perform every day? You can have an impact by working collaboratively to help fulfill the Department of Fish and Wildlife's mission. The Department of Fish and Wildlife's South Coast Region is seeking motivated individuals to work as a Scientific Aid out of the San Diego office. The temporary field position is an excellent way for those who have recently graduated college with biological degrees to work in a wide variety of resource assessment activities, including oversee and monitor numerous remote camera stations throughout eastern San Diego County, field surveys for non-native plant and animal species, habitat evaluations and management, assist professional staff in a wide variety of resource assessment surveys for plant and animal species of concern to the Department. Participate as a field crew member for avian and aquatic surveys, and other suites of species as appropriate, conduct literature searches, data collection and entry, and report writing in coastal southern California. We are looking for candidates that have solid writing skills and knowledge of ecological principles, species identification, and data management. Many of the people who have taken these positions have gained enough experience to compete for permanent jobs in the government and private sectors.

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Event Dates

Starts: April 08, 2024 7:16am

Ends: April 12, 2024 7:16am