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Creel Clerk - Angler Survey

Description of Work: Conduct in-person interviews (verbal) of recreational anglers at some of Nebraska's urban reservoirs; electronically input data into database; other duties as assigned.

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 (July 4, 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 and runs through October. 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.

Qualifications: Able to communicate clearly and effectively, with an amiable, pleasant personality. Accurately record survey responses. Physically able to travel to and walk/move around reservoirs to visit with anglers; must possess valid driver's license. Criminal history background check and driving record review will be conducted.

Compensation: Conmessuate on experience.

Details on how to apply: Applicants must submit a resume and three references with contact information to:

Kevin Pope

University of Nebraska—Lincoln, School of Natural Resources

423 Hardin Hall

Lincoln, NE 68583-0974

kpope2@unl.edu

402.472.7028

 

Research Technologist II – Fishery Management

Description of Work: Assist with survey design and implementation, coordinate data collection and field sampling, and analyze data. Prepare reports and manuscripts based on these analyses, and carry out other duties as assigned. Supervise research technicians and undergraduate assistants.

Minimum Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in fishery science or related field plus three years of fisheries research experience. Data gathering via angler surveys, data analysis, report and peer-reviewed publication writing experience. Supervisory experience. Knowledge and ability to identify common Nebraska fishes and have experience with standardized sampling protocols. Must have a valid driver’s license and meet University driver eligibility requirements. Criminal history background check and driving record review will be conducted.

Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in fishery science. Experience working with state and federal resource management agencies.

Details on how to apply:  https://employment.unl.edu  Requisition S_210022

Applicant review begins February 16. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers excellent benefits including staff/dependent scholarship program.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is an EO/AA employer and encourages minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities to apply.

 

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