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Full-time Faculty Research Associate Crop and Soil and Environmental Science Department at Virginia Tech has an opening for a full- time Faculty Research Associate. The position concerns environmental restoration of lands and waters affected by human activities in the Appalachian region of USA.
Research Wildlife Biologist State of Montana - Kalispell, MT This position is housed in the Wildlife Research and Technical Services (RTS) Bureau, which is a statewide support function integrated with all Wildlife Division program areas, including Wildlife Management (nongame and game), Habitat, Access, and Wildlife Conflict Prevention. The wildlife research function within the RTS Bureau focuses on conducting rigorous, relevant, and collaborative science to inform decisions for priority wildlife conservation issues in Montana. This position will not be filled until after October 1, 2015
Restoration Ecologist State of Montana - Kalispell, MT The Restoration Ecologist will serve as key scientist and vegetation expert working with interdisciplinary teams of professionals to design and implement habitat restoration projects that improve fish and wildlife habitats on both public and private lands. The incumbent will also design and implement studies to evaluate the success of these efforts and make recommendations for improving biological and cost-effectiveness of these projects. The Restoration Ecologist will also be responsible for designing and conducting resource inventories to monitor habitat condition and management compliance with the terms of Conservation Easements and Management Plans on lands that have been protected and/or restored under the BPA mitigation programs. The work of this position will help to maintain and improve habitat integrity in the Flathead Basin, and will develop new techniques for achieving these goals that may also be applicable to other ecosystems within the Columbia River Basin.
Assistant/Associate Professor of Fire Ecology, College of Forestry and Conservation University of Montana - Missoula, MT College of Forestry and Conservation University of Montana seeks applications for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Fire Ecology. The Department desires an individual who will develop an externally-funded research program that addresses basic and applied ecological questions in fire-affected ecosystems and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in fire science. The successful candidate will mentor and advise undergraduate students in the Fire Science Minor and Ecological Restoration Major (BS), and graduate students in the Systems Ecology (M.S., Ph.D.), Forestry (M.S., Ph.D.), and/or Resource Conservation (M.S.) programs. A Ph.D. in ecology or a related field is required.