Are you passionate about wildlife conservation in Alaska? Do you enjoy managing datasets and developing ideas for new research projects?
The Alaska Center for Conservation Science is looking for a Wildlife Biodiversity Lead to join their team. The incumbent will be responsible for managing conservation data on rare and sensitive wildlife, building relationships with agency partners, writing grants, and sharing information with members of the public.
This is a full-time position with benefits based in Alaska (Anchorage preferred), and with a minimum hourly wage of $29.28. For more information, follow the link above or contact Amanda Droghini. Applications are due on December 17, 2023.