Research Wildlife Biologist (postdoc) GS-0486-11 Reply by December 15, 2014
We are preparing to fill a temporary post-doctoral research position in Olympia, WA. The full performance level of this Research Wildlife Biologist is GS-0486-11. A Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology or a related field is required.
This position is in the Pacific Northwest Research Station and resides in the Wildlife Ecology Team within the Ecological Processes and Function Program. The incumbent will be responsible for analyzing existing data on distribution and abundance of the marbled murrelet and other seabirds, and initiating new research to investigate ecology and habitat relationships of the murrelet and other birds of conservation concern in the Northwest.
GS-0462-05/06 Reply by December 8, 2014
The PNW Research Station, Portland Forestry Sciences Lab, anticipates filling at least 3 positions as field data collection crew members with the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program. Salary is dependent on location and grade. One position will be based in each of the following locations: Twisp Washington, Portland Oregon, and Bend Oregon (three of 16 FIA satellite duty stations). Additional vacancies in other satellite duty stations may be filled based on changes in current workforce. Please indicate ALL duty stations of interest on the outreach response form.
Biological Science Technician (Genomics) GS-0404-09/10 Reply by November 28, 2014
The USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station is preparing to advertise a permanent, full-time position for a Biological Science Technician in Genomics, GS-0404-09/10 located at the Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Corvallis, OR.
Specialized experience or training in managing next-generation sequencing is required. This requirement can be satisfied by a combination education and experience, or graduate level education. Degrees in plant biology, forestry, agronomy, microbiology or a related field in biology and chemistry may be suitable. Other degrees may be considered if coursework is directly related to the position. To be creditable, coursework must provide the applicant with the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to do the work.