EPA Fish Population and Landscape Study Associate

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Research Opportunities Outside of UB

EPA Fish Population and Landscape Study Associate – Job for Recent Bachelor’s Grads

The EPA Environmental Research and Business Support Program is searching for a Fish Population and Landscape Study Associate to join the Air, Climate and Energy project and the Safe and Sustainable Water Resources team, at the EPA facility in Corvallis, Oregon. The Associate will be responsible for assisting with developing, maintaining, and analyzing fish population and landscape models for addressing watershed resilience, sustainability, and climate change needs.

  • Full-time, $20.04/hour
  • Must have earned a bachelor’s degree in ecology, fisheries and wildlife, zoology, biology, ecological engineering, environmental science, hydrologic science, bioinformatics, computational biology, information science, or a related field
  • Must have education/experience in ecology, (particularly with fish-habitat or wildlife-habitat relationships), a working knowledge of GIS, R-language programming, and strong written, oral, and electronic communication skills
  • Will perform data management and data analysis support, to include: data quality assurance, spatial data analysis, statistical modeling, database management, file management, and other related tasks

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