Job Opportunities with Bird Studies Canada
The following positions with Bird Studies Canada are currently open for application:
10 June 2019 – This postdoctoral position will investigate predictors of bird and bat mortality at wind energy installations. The position will be based at Trent University, supervised by Dr. Christina Davy (https://christinadavy.wordpress.com/) in partnership with Bird Studies Canada (www.birdscanada.org). This project leverages the Wind Energy Bird and Bat Monitoring database, which is managed by Bird Studies Canada. This is the largest database on wind-wildlife interactions in Canada and provides excellent opportunities for landscape-level analyses.
28 May 2019 – BSC is looking for 1 motivated and experienced individual to assist with the deployment and maintenance of wildlife radio-tracking stations in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI, for up to 8 weeks, beginning June 17, 2019.
9 May 2019 – BSC seeks a project specialist to assist in the delivery of a national boreal conservation initiative. The project’s overarching goal is to promote the protection of boreal forest habitat, boreal birds and other wildlife across Canada.
26 April 2019 – Bird Studies Canada is seeking one or more experienced analysts to contribute to a multitude of regional and national conservation projects and to provide general support for the organization’s ongoing spatial analysis requirements.
25 April 2019 – Join our team! We seek an experienced and dedicated chief of finance to lead all aspects of the financial, administrative and human resource aspects of the organization.
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3 April 2019 – Become a Piping Plover Volunteer in Ontario!
Bird Studies Canada is looking for volunteers to help with Piping Plover monitoring and outreach at some of Ontario’s nicest beaches this summer.