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Creel Project Technician

Project Description: We are seeking individuals to assist the Nebraska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln with a long term social-ecological study examining angler behavior and patterns. This project aims to identify how anglers influence fish communities and how these fish communities respond to angling. As part of this effort, we are hiring individuals to interview anglers in-person at reservoirs located in the Omaha, Nebraska metropolitan area.

The research-nature of this project requires that interviews occur on randomly selected days within each month (April-October). The assigned work schedule will vary from week to week. Interviews must be performed on week days (10 per month) and weekend days (6 per month), as well as on holiday weekends (Independence Day, Memorial Day, and Labor Day). Each day will consist of an 8-hour shift in either the morning or the afternoon. The position starts March 18 and runs through November 10, 2019. This person will work closely with local fisheries biologists. Job duties include on site angler surveys and data entry. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions about the position.

Pay: Commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: Prospective employee is subject to all University of Nebraska—Lincoln hiring requirements including, but not limited to, driving and criminal background checks. Must possess a valid driver’s license and will be required to drive on the job. Previous survey experience is not required.

How to Apply: Applicants must submit a resume and three references with contact information to:

Mark A. Kaemingk
University of Nebraska—Lincoln
School of Natural Resources
405 Hardin Hall
Lincoln, NE 68583-0974