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  • Droege, Sam
    ... From: Dan Cariveau Date: Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 11:41 AM Subject: [ECOLOG-L] JOB: Field Technicians: Restoration Ecology of Native
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      From: Dan Cariveau <dancariveau@...>
      Date: Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 11:41 AM
      Subject: [ECOLOG-L] JOB: Field Technicians: Restoration Ecology of Native Bees
      To: ECOLOG-L@...


      Description: Two (2) field technicians are needed to study restoration ecology of native bees. The
      objective of this research is to determine the affect of restorations on native bees, honey bees and
      other agriculturally important insects. The majority of this position will be fieldwork and will take
      place throughout New Jersey. There will also be some lab work involving data processing and
      entering. Our lab is located at Rutgers University Campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey. (See
      http://winfreelab.rutgers.edu/people)

      Required Qualifications: Ecology fieldwork; valid drivers license; desire to work long hours in hot,
      humid conditions.

      Preferred Qualifications: Experience in entomology and/or botany collection and identification;
      Personal Vehicle (mileage reimbursements will be provided).

      Dates: 1 position will start in early May and run through mid-September with the second position
      being slightly shorter (Mid-May to Mid or End of August).

      Salary: $10-13/hr

      To Apply and For Questions: Send a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information of three
      references to: Dan Cariveau (cariveau@...). Please place ‘Bee Field Tech’ in the subject
      line.

      Review of applications will begin February 22nd and will remain open until filled



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      Bees are Not Optional
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