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  • kimberly huntzinger
    Just thought I would pass along this job posting to those who may be interested. Please feel free to pass it along to anyone else you may think might be
    Message 1 of 1 , May 14, 2007
      Just thought I would pass along this job posting to those who may be interested.  Please feel free to pass it along to anyone else you may think might be interested in applying for this job.

      Thank you,
      kim


      Subject: job
      Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 10:25:46 -0600
      From: Terry.Griswold@...
      To: kimberly_huntzinger@...

      Permanent Biological Science Technician (Insects) GS-5/7.

      U. S. citizenship required. 

      This technician position is in support of on-going research on the systematics, biodiversity and biogeography of non-Apis bees at the Bee Biology and Systematics Lab in Logan, Utah.  The incumbent actively participates in the project by maintaining the approximately one-million specimen U. S. National Pollinating Insects Collection including mounting, labeling, sorting, and storing specimens; maintaining the associated specimen-level relational database; identifying bees using existing keys and the reference collection; and assisting with field studies.  Duties may also include creating scientific illustrations and using GIS software.  For information on applying see USAjobs: http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=57376296&AVSDM=2007%2D05%2D10+09%3A17%3A04&Logo=0&q=insects&sort=rv&FedEmp=N&vw=d&brd=3876&ss=0&FedPub=Y

       

       

      Terry Griswold

      USDA-ARS Bee Biology & Systematics Laboratory

      Utah State University

      Logan, UT 84322-5310

      USA

       

      Phone: 435.797.2526

      Fax: 435.797.0461

       



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