The zoology program is currently seeking summer field technicians to join our bat research crew!
Project: Little brown myotis maternity roost monitoring and research throughout interior Alaska.
Job description: Emergence counts, mist-netting, banding, radio telemetry, roost characterization, acoustic monitoring. Days off will be limited, but will be in scenic places such as Denali National Park and Wrangell St-Elias National Park.
Duration: 1 July – 15 August
Pay: $16.15 – $20.47/hr depending on experience. All food, accommodations and in-state travel during the work term are covered by the project. Technicians are responsible for getting themselves to Anchorage, Alaska for July 1st.
Requirements: Current rabies vaccination and ability to work in the U.S. We are hiring for three positions ranging from an entry level undergraduate position (basic bat experience), to a higher level (e.g. master’s degree) position. Candidates with experience with radio telemetry and mist-netting will be prioritized.
Contact: Jesika Reimer, email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: (907) 786-6349
How to apply: Applications are currently being reviewed for these positions. Qualified candidates will be notified shortly.