1018 Thomasville Road
INVASIVE PLANT FIELD BIOLOGIST
FSU Position Number: 41366
SUMARY OF POSITION:
The FNAI Invasive Plant Field Biologist will help conduct ecological inventories and assist in the assessment of invasive plant control projects as well as vegetation monitoring in various locations throughout the state. The Field Biologist will work closely with FNAI scientists but also may be required to conduct fieldwork independently without direct supervision. In addition to collecting data on invasive plant infestations, the position also will collect and process data on FNAI-tracked and listed plants, animals, and exemplary natural communities. Data collection will focus on field surveys, but may also include literature searches and interviews of other knowledgeable individuals. Data collection and processing will utilize GPS dataloggers and GIS. The Field Biologist is expected to efficiently prepare assessment reports and processes data that they collected in the field or have otherwise compiled. This position may attends meetings and briefings with land managers and other FNAI partners.
Qualified applicants should have a good general familiarity with the plants, animals, and ecology of Florida and must be willing to travel frequently. This is largely a field-oriented position but candidates will also assist in data processing.
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