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Biological Sciences Job & Internship Board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FEATURED JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

 

Medical Scribe

ScribeAmerica is currently looking to recruit students/alumni to work as Medical Scribes in Union Gap.

Medical Scribes work one on one with board-certified physicians assisting with documentation for each patient evaluated by the doctor.  It is an exceptional opportunity for anyone interested in medicine to gain first-hand experience following a physician in an emergency department setting.

ScribeAmerica offers paid classroom & clinical training. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the department. Scribes are taught extensive medical terminology and appropriate medical/legal charting documentation.

 

Read the flyer for more information about the positions and how to apply.

See also scribeamerica.com/apply

If you have questions, please contact ScribeAmerica Recruiting Associate Leah Freedman

Posted 10/15/19


Restoration Biologist

Yakama Nation Networks, Toppenish, WA

DESCRIPTION:

Responsible for assisting in the planning, implementation and monitoring of riparian, wetland and upland habitat restoration and vegetation management activities conducted by the Yakama Nation Wildlife Resource Management Program. A core duty will be developing and enacting habitat restoration plans for the YN wildlife areas. The development and implementation of monitoring plans for these activities will also be an important component of the position. Vegetation management duties will consist of developing and implementing noxious weed and invasive plant species control plans for the agricultural, range and forested areas of the Yakama Reservation. In addition, the incumbent will perform habitat assessments and surveys required to direct habitat restoration work. The position will serve as resident botanist for the Wildlife Program, and provide plant ecology and botanical expertise as requested. This position will coordinate with and interact closely with other YN Wildlife Program biologists and staff to plan and implement habitat restoration and vegetation management activities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

• Knowledge and experience working with taxonomic plant identification to species using standard taxonomic keys, including identification of unknown native plants and non-native weed species.

• Knowledge of principles and methods of native habitat restoration ecology and management (including knowledge of plants, plant communities and soils).

• Knowledge and experience in principles and methods of invasive plant species management.

• Knowledge in the management and restoration of grasslands, shrub-steppe, riparian and wetland habitats.

• Ability to demonstrate experience using scientific research methodology including research design, monitoring protocols, statistical analysis and technical writing.

• Ability to gain knowledge about traditional uses of significant Yakama foods and medicines.

• Ability to communicate effectively orally, in writing and in presentations to a variety of audiences.

• Ability to obtain a Washington State Pesticide Applicator’s License.

• Ability to write successful grant proposals and concise, technical reports for a wide variety of audiences.

• Ability to coordinate large, complex projects.

• Ability to develop and monitor financial aspects of project budgets.

• Knowledge of crop farming and ranching practices.

• Ability to facilitate and participate in meetings that include a wide variety of interests.

• Ability to demonstrate proficient use of computers including word processing, spreadsheets, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, and web-based applications; knowledge of database software preferred.

• Ability to work within the YN tribal government.

• Ability to understand, work with, and protect unique YN resource values.

• Ability to work with a variety of people. Minimum of a Master’s of Science degree in ecology, biology, botany, restoration ecology, or related field with at least three years’ experience at a staff biologist level.

• Required to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

• Must be able to obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s license and Yakama Nation Driver’s Permit.

• Must be able to work outdoors in a variety of difficult climatic conditions.

• Must be able to operate four-wheel drive vehicles

GENERAL RECRUITING INDICATORS: 

Minimum of a Master’s of Science degree in ecology, biology, botany, restoration ecology, or related field with at least three years’ experience at a staff biologist level.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 

Required to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.

Must be able to obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s license and Yakama Nation Driver’s Permit.

Must be able to work outdoors in a variety of difficult climatic conditions.

Must be able to operate four-wheel drive vehicles.

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply here: http://www.yakamanation-nsn.gov/showlistings.php. The position is the “Restoration Biologist” for “Wildlife”.

Contact Tom Elliott with any questions.  tnelliot@yakama.com or Ph: (509) 865-5121 x6322


WEBSITES TO SEARCH

State of Washington Job Board  (wa.careers.gov)

USAJobs (www.usajob.gov)

How to Land a Technician Job in Fisheries and Wildlife

The Wildlife Society Careers Webpage

Conservation Job Board

DOE Sciences Undergraduate Laboratory Internships  

Biology Jobs Listed in ZipRecruiter


OTHER JOB & INTERNSHIP LISTINGS

STUDENTS:  The list of jobs (shown below) are from the Wildcat Career Network database, which includes positions posted directly by employers and a selection of postings culled from major job websites for all fields of employment.  For example, the Wildcat Career Network does not currently cull all jobs related to the biological sciences from wa.careers.gov.

Please keep this in mind and be sure to also search other job sites.

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