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FEATURED JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

 

Junior Wildlife Biologist, Yakima Training Center (Yakima, WA)

 

Full Time Position
Last Date to Apply 11/28/22

Junior Wildlife Biologist | Natural Resources Job Board (tamu.edu)

 


Fred Hutchison Cancer Center Summer Undergraduate Research Program

The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (Fred Hutch) is an intensive, nine-week internship designed to provide research experience and mentorship for undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research. The program runs from Monday, June 12 through Friday, August 11, 2023. Students must be able to commit to this entire period in order to participate.  2023 SURP Flyer 

Submit an application at: www.fredhutch.org/surp


Biological Technician (Plants)   GS - 0404 - 5/6/7

Duty Station: Walla Walla, Washington
Date Posted:09/07/2022
Post Notice Through:12/01/2022

The Umatilla National Forest will be filling a non-supervisory PFT Biological Technician in Walla Walla, Washington.  This outreach notification is being circulated to inform prospective applicants of this career opportunity, as well as to help the Responsible Official gain insight into the area of consideration and best method to advertise for the strongest candidate pool. Anyone interested in this opportunity is encouraged to submit this form to Kayla Saager at  kayla.saager@usda.gov and/or submit a response in the Outreach Database at https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/?id=4FB2BCF84C0449DDBEA52D17DDE6F198

The Position

The Umatilla National Forest is looking to fill a GS-0404-05/06/07 Biological Science Technician to help manage the Invasive plants program for the Walla Walla Ranger District.

Work includes herbicide application and manual weed treatments, including mixing chemicals, as well as GIS data entry, accomplishment reporting, and yearly coordination and planning work for the district program. You would be expected to obtain a state Pesticide Applicator’s License and to gain a working knowledge of herbicide mixing and various herbicide effects to plants.

You would also be expected to learn plant identification to the extent that you can locate invasive species.   This position may also be involved with range allotment monitoring and various other projects.

Equipment often utilized include weed spraying vehicles, trailers, hand sprayers, hand tools and at times a chain saw. Physical requirements include ability to walk on rough or steep terrain and carry a 3-5 gallon backpack sprayer.  


Research Technician 
Role Title: Laboratory & Research Specialist I
Virginia Museum of Natural History
Position #: 00085  Review Begins: October 3rd.  Position Available: January 2023 


Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group 

MCF is a local nonprofit that supports the recovery of salmon species and enhancement of their native habitat. Mid-Columbia's Hiring Page

Currently Hiring:
Seasonal Restoration Technician 


Graduate Opportunities in Biology at CWU with the I-90 Snoqualmie Pass East Project: Fish and Wildlife Connectivity in the Washington Cascade Range 


WEBSITES TO SEARCH

ScribeAmerica (Become a Medical Scribe)

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

USAJobs (www.usajobs.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


COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AND INTERNSHIPS FOR CREDIT

All internships for credit are now being processed through an electronic application for all colleges.  Paper learning agreements are no longer accepted.  Please see  www.cwu.edu/career/cooperative-education-and-internships for further information and instructions.  

If you have questions, please email Career Services at career@cwu.edu or call 509.963.1921 


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.

EMPLOYERS:  If you would like to share a notice on this board, please send the information to CWU Career Services or contact them to learn how you can directly add positions into the Wildcat Career Network-- CWU's searchable employment and internship database.

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