Fisheries Section Chief, WI DNR
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Fisheries Management Section Chief position is now announced for recruitment. The closing date for applications is January 21st and first round interviews are scheduled to be held February 6th and 7th with Second round interviews on February 12th.
This position supervises the Fisheries Bureau management section staff and develops, implements, and evaluates statewide policy for the fisheries management program. This position oversees budget, policy development and implementation for various statewide programs. The position may also represent the Department and Bureau on committees for the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission and is a liaison to other state, federal and tribal agencies. The Fisheries Management Section Chief also represents the Department on various review panels for programs like the Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act.
For more information, a full position description and how to apply please go to the link below:
Post-Doc Research Associate, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral research associate to contribute to efforts that will characterize limits to and conservation opportunities for fluvial fishes and their habitats throughout the United States. The research associate will have two sets of responsibilities:
- Contribute to on-going efforts to model distributions of fluvial fishes throughout their native ranges. The research associate will support development of species distribution models using established analytical procedures, and they will be expected to integrate results into products that can aid in efforts to conserve fishes from both current and future threats. The research associate will work closely with colleagues from the US Geological Survey to ensure that outcomes from this work, including data, analytical procedures, and modeling results, can be used by a diverse group of stakeholders nationally.
- Develop approaches to characterize the degree to which stream habitats may be modified by current and future landscape-scale influences over large spatial extents. In support of this task, the research associate will conduct a review of publically-available stream habitat data and a literature review of habitat assessment methodologies. Based on types of data available, the research associate will work collaboratively with a national group of stakeholders to develop approaches that identify the degree to which habitats vary with current and future influences.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in aquatic or fisheries ecology and/or related field within last 5 years. Applicants must be able to work independently and in collaboration with other researchers; publish findings in peer-reviewed journals; and write proposals and reports. This is a one-year position renewed annually with extension contingent on funding and performance.
Applicants must have a demonstrable understanding of landscape influences on aquatic habitats and organisms and knowledge of ways in which such influences can vary. Experience with multivariate statistical analysis and/or modeling and with Geographic Information Systems are required. The job will involve travel and coordination among various stakeholders. The successful applicant will be supervised by Dr. Dana Infante.
Application Process: Submit a cover letter, statement of research interests and career goals, CV, relevant publications, and contact information for three references to http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/listing/, Posting number 538063. Contact Dr. Dana Infante ([email protected]) with questions.
Closing Date: Review of applicants will begin immediately, and the position will remain open until filled.
All of the details are available HERE