The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Resource Stewardship Program is hiring a seasonal technician to promote citizen science programming and to perform field biology and GIS functions. For detailed information and to apply, please follow the link below.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Resource Stewardship Program is seeking to fill a seasonal biologist position. Primary duties include coordinating raptor monitoring on state parks. This 40 hour per week position is split between field based biological surveys and training of volunteers, and the coordination of biological projects from our north Denver location. This position provides a great entrance into the working worlds of conservation biology, public land management, citizen science, and GIS in the beautiful state of Colorado.
State Job Opportunities website (https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/colorado)
Resource Stewardship Program Coordinator
5297 Sawmill Road, Delta CO, 81416
jeff.thompson | www.cpw.state.co.us
"Conservation is primarily not about biology, but about people and the choices they make."
~ Balmford & Cowling 2005
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