We are looking for on-call ecologists with experience in wildlife ecology and/or botany for projects in the San Joaquin Valley and California’s Central Coast. The anticipated pay range for this position is $30.00 per hour to $45.50 per hour. Actual compensation within the range will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
What it’s like to work with us
Our regional team leaders have been researching and working in the San Joaquin Valley and Central Coast for more than three decades and have unparalleled expertise with regional species, habitats, regulatory environment, and habitat plans. The successful candidate will work with experienced senior ecologists as part of a collaborative project team to support environmental compliance for a variety of projects. You’ll be part of our team and conduct field studies, including surveys for rare plants or listed wildlife species such as San Joaquin kit fox, giant kangaroo rat, San Joaquin antelope, and blunt-nosed leopard lizard) as well as nesting bird surveys, and perform construction monitoring. Work may also include data collection and contributing to client reports.
Desired competencies, skills, and experience
If you don’t have all the items above, but have a good portion of them, we still welcome you to submit your application so we can learn more about you and see if it’s a good fit!
A few other nitty gritty details
This position requires the future employee to:
How to apply
To start the application process, please submit your resume and a cover letter through our applicant portal. In your cover letter please share some observations about your favorite species as well as your availability (which months, days of the week, hours you can be available).
Ultimately, we’ll ask for references and potentially a work sample and academic transcripts, but if you don’t have them handy now, they can be submitted later.
Please combine your cover letter and resume into one file and apply through our applicant portal here.
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