Research Associate

Alpine, Brewster County / Sul Ross, Brewster County
Jun 03, 2014
Required: Earned B.S. in Wildlife Science (M.S. preferred) or closely related field, with experience in big game ecology and management. Responsibilities: Provide technical support for regional wildlife research and management initiatives including but not limited to: data collection and compilation, computer programming, field work conducted by student, faculty and agency researchers, GIS and habitat modeling projects, disseminating research related information to the public, public education projects. Must be willing and able to perform basic clerical functions essential to accomplishing scope of work. Must be willing and able to work with students, faculty and agency collaborators in the use of technical equipment, hardware and software used in the course of data collection, compilation and reporting. Continuation of this position is dependent on receiving extramurally funded grant. Formed in 2007, the goal of the Borderlands Research Institute is to provide land managers with the most current scientific information on the management of the natural resources of the area. To meet this goal, the Institute plans and conducts research investigations on various aspects of our natural world. Ultimately, the Institute provides science-based management alternatives to land owners and managers to enhance their ability to serve as land stewards.