CNLM is looking to hire a Rare Species Ecologist.
The Rare Species Ecologist will work to conserve the rare prairie and oak woodland habitats of the South Sound Region and the species that are dependent on them. This position will focus primarily on conserving rare species, including butterflies, birds and mammals, especially those currently proposed for federal listing as threatened or endangered. The funding for this position supports a cooperative approach to conservation, requiring coordination with multiple partners (such as the Department of Defense and WA Department of Fish and Wildlife), and with the CNLM Prairie Restoration Crew and volunteers. The Rare Species Ecologist is a fulltime exempt position that is supervised by the South Sound Program Director.
Full position description can be found here.
Deadline: Open until filled, but for fullest consideration please apply no later than March 29, 2013.