Qualifications: Applicants should currently be college students or recent graduates. Preference will be given to students in ecology, biology, wildlife, environmental science, rangeland science, or related natural resources major. Field crews often work in remote areas of the INL Site with limited access, so successful candidates must be mature, responsible, and able to work with a minimum of supervision. Technicians must be comfortable working in harsh field conditions. Must be able to lift objects that weigh up to 50 pounds including a backpack and kneel/squat for extended periods of time. Must be able to hike over rugged terrain. Valid driver’s license and proof of insurance are required. Must be a US citizen.
To apply, send a cover letter, resume, transcripts, and two letters of reference that speak to the applicant’s work ethic and abilities in the field to Amy Forman.
Deadline for the receipt of applications is March 9, 2018.
Questions should be addressed to Amy Forman (firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit the Environmental Surveillance, Education, and Research Program web page at http://www.idahoeser.com.
WAI is an equal opportunity employer AA/D/V