The position requires a highly skilled wildlife biologist capable of working in remote conditions to conduct surveys for prey of Arctic-nesting raptors. The field technician will work as a member of a 4-person crew at a remote site in Alaska and in collaboration with biologists from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and other partners. When time allows, crew members will participate in surveys for Gyrfalcons and in nest entries.
This position offers unparalleled scenery, exciting fieldwork, and a unique Alaska experience, but applicants must understand that field conditions will include the best and worst that Alaska has to offer, and long hours are required.
Duration: Approximately 1 May to 15 July (dates flexible).