Job Opportunities with Bird Studies Canada
The following positions with Bird Studies Canada are currently open for application:
12 February 2018 – Bird Studies Canada is hiring a highly-motivated, personable, and experienced individual to lead Maritimes Marsh Monitoring and Nocturnal Owl programs in the Atlantic Region.
9 February 2018 – Bird Studies Canada is hiring a highly-motivated, personable, and experienced individual to lead the Ontario Forest Birds at Risk Program.
The Forest Birds at Risk Program Coordinator's primary role is to develop, manage and deliver the Ontario region’s forest birds at risk program, the goal of which is to improve the conservation status of several “at risk” forest birds through stewardship, outreach, monitoring and research efforts. Currently, the Forest Birds at Risk Program focuses on two key projects but there may be opportunities to strategically expand the program’s scope to additional habitats and species in the future. The Coordinator reports to the Ontario Program Manager and the position is based out of the Port Rowan office.
2 February 2018 – BSC is looking for 1-2 motivated and experienced individuals to conduct surveys for the Maritimes Marsh Monitoring Program in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, for up to 3 months, beginning May 11, 2018.
2 February 2018 – Atlantic Region is seeking 4 skilled field biologists to conduct surveys for Bicknell’s Thrush and other high elevation bird species beginning May 24, 2018 for 8 to 10 weeks in remote regions of northern New Brunswick and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
2 February 2018 – – Atlantic Region is seeking a skilled field biologist to identify and assess nesting sites of aerial insectivores and raise public/landowner awareness regarding the stewardship of these sites. The position would begin May 15, 2018 and run for 10 weeks.
26 January 2018 – We are seeking a highly-motivated PhD student interested in studying the breeding and natal origins of harvested waterfowl from throughout the Great Lakes region based on feather stable isotope techniques.
26 January 2018 – Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is hiring experienced, highly-motivated, and personable field staff to survey for forest birds at risk beginning in May 2018.
23 January 2018 – Bird Studies Canada is seeking a number of individuals for positions in Saskatchewan in 2018.