Seasonal Employee HourlyEmployment Type: Staff - Temporary Employee Class: Intermittent - Seasonal HourlyBargaining Unit: BU ExemptShift: 1Work Hours: 8:00 am - 12:00 pmHours Per Week: 20FTE: 0.1Location: Main Campus AcademicDepartment: Environmental SciencesNumber of Openings: 1Salary Range: $ 18.00 - 18.00Grade: Intermittent Call In - IN01Float: N/ARotate: N/AOn Call: N/ATravel: N/AWeekend/Holiday: N/ARequisition ID: req3557Position Control Number (PCN): P90040Posting Period: 07/14/21 - 07/19/21Position Description:
Thisis a 100% external-fund supported position as part of a Cooperative Agreementwith the US Geological Survey (USGS). Theperson in this position will assist with sampling trips on the Great Lakes,connecting waterways and inland lakes and streams. (S)he will processbiological samples on the boat and in the laboratory. (S)he will regularly use common data storageand analysis software, e.g. Excel andAccessQualifications:
BS in Environmental or Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Fisheries, or related field preferred. Highly qualified undergraduate with applicable majors also acceptable. Must have knowledge of basic fish and invertebrate ecology and limnology.
Must be able to assist with sampling Great Lakes with supervision.
Knowledge of water chemistry or limnology, ability to collect and analyze samples.
Some experience in the operation and data processing from standard fisheries and limnological gear.
Knowledge of standard data storage and analysis packages, specifically Excel and Access.
The person in this position must work well as a team member, sometimes under uncomfortable field conditions (e.g. cold, heat, rain).
Communication and other skills:
Data manipulation in Excel and Access
Ability to work as a team member in adverse field conditions.
•A portion of the work for this position will occur on a boat on the Great Lakes, adjacent waterways or inland waters and will require day and night hours as dictated by sampling schedule and weather. Some sampling equipment weighs > 50lb and must be carefully lifted into and out of the boat with assistance from another researcher. Wave conditions can induce nausea in some people. Sampling will always be carried out in teams and requires cooperation, sometimes under uncomfortable field conditions (e.g. cold, heat, rain).
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