The Salmon Watersheds Lab (Jon Moore at SFU) is seeking somebody that can help organize, process, and archive long-term data on salmon/steelhead.
We are collaborating with Provincial scientists with support from the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC to organize, enter, and archive data on salmon and steelhead from the Keogh River of northern Vancouver Island. The Keogh River has been well-studied for over 40 years, representing an amazing wealth of information and data. The goal is to create an organized database that enables retrospective analyses and provides a template for on-going data.
The ideal candidate will have an interest in ecology and/or management of natural resources, have a high attention to detail and be extremely organized, and have experience with electronic data organization (spreadsheets, relational databases).
Approximate start date: late October 2017
Appointment: Full time (35 hr/week), salary commensurate with experience
Appointment length: 6-month term with possibility of extension.
Location: Salmon Watersheds Lab, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
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