The Institute for Applied Ecology (www.appliedeco.org) is seeking to hire a Restoration Ecologist with a diverse skill-set 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 ecological restoration in the Pacific Northwest through on-theground restoration, development of ecologically appropriate seed mixes, cultivation of partnerships that promote regional conservation, and the advancement of restoration science and innovative techniques.
For full job description: http://appliedeco.org/wp-content/uploads/IAE-Job-Announcement-Restoration-Ecologist-2017-1.pdf
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