We are looking to fill three temporary, full time Field Technician positions for the upcoming 2022 season starting May 31st through November 4th. The Ecology Field Technicians will work on all aspects of a variety of projects including intertidal research, bird surveys, citizen science experiences and forest sampling. Applications are due February 18, 2022.
Ecology Field Technicians will work on all aspects of a variety of projects including intertidal research, bird surveys, citizen science experiences, and forest sampling. Technicians are responsible for field observations and sample collection, handling, and processing; assisting with Schoodic Institute programs and Earthwatch expeditions; and tracking and maintaining equipment as well as data management and preliminary analysis of collected data. The Field Technicians are mentored by Schoodic Institute science staff. Once trained, the Field Technicians will lead intern and volunteer field crews. Work takes place in Acadia National Park and the surrounding Downeast region with occasional travel to other areas of Maine.
These are entry–level positions with appropriate training for all primary responsibilities. The positions are full time (40 hours/week) seasonal positions, with housing provided on the Schoodic Institute Research Learning Center campus in Winter Harbor, Maine.
Please see attached position description for further details. Cover letters and resumes should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.