Job Title: Restoration Ecologist
Office Location: Corvallis, Oregon
Status: Regular, full time
Compensation: $18- 22/hr. depending on experience, plus benefits.
Application period: August 7, 2017 – September 5, 2017
The Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) is seeking to hire a Restoration Ecologist
with a diverse skillset to lead several enhancement and restoration projects as part of a Habitat
Restoration team. Projects are primarily focused in the Willamette Valley, but may also include the
Coast Range and other Oregon ecoregions. Habitat enhancement work supports the conservation and
recovery of rare plants (e.g., Nelson’s checkermallow and Bradshaw’s lomatium) and wildlife (e.g.,
Fender’s blue butterfly and Western meadowlark) using a variety of restoration techniques.
The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) is a dynamic nonprofit organization whose mission is to
conserve native species and habitats through restoration, research and education. The Habitat
Restoration Program of IAE conducts on-the-ground restoration of Pacific Northwest habitats,
provides technical assistance for habitat restoration and management planning and implantation,
engages in threatened and endangered species recovery projects, develops ecologically appropriate
plant materials and seed mixes, cultivates partnerships that promote regional conservation, and
advances innovative and research-based restoration techniques.
Duties of the Restoration Ecologist:
How to Apply To apply for this position, submit: 1. Letter of interest - In your letter of interest, state when you would be available to start work, and state whether we may contact references and past employers. 2. Resume 3. Writing sample (technical report, management plan, scientific paper, or grant proposal preferred, if available) 4. Contact information for three (3) professional references Letters of recommendation, writing samples, and/or college transcripts may be requested for top applicants. Applications must be received by Tuesday, September 5, 2017. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Non-U.S. residents must also include a copy of their work visa. Applications will be considered upon receipt. For more information about IAE and this program, visit our website www.appliedeco.org. Email or mail application materials to: Rebecca Currin Institute for Applied Ecology 563 SW Jefferson Avenue Corvallis, Oregon 97330 email@example.com
Questions? Contact either Rebecca Currin, Habitat Restoration Program Director, at 541-753-3099 extension 502 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ian Silvernail, Restoration Ecogist, at 541-753-3099, ext. 122 or email@example.com