Job positions

Postdocs: although I have no available postdoc funding at present, I do anticipate having open positions in 2020-21 (CT bird atlas) and 2021-23 (tidal marsh birds) … if these projects interest you and you expect to be available in the next year, please contact me.

Field technicians: My collaborators and I are hiring people to work on several projects.  In each case, please follow the instructions given below for more information:

Multiple positions are available to do bird surveys for the Connecticut Bird Atlas during the summer of 2020. For details, click here.

Multiple positions are available at sites throughout the northeastern and mid-Atlantic states to do tidal marsh bird surveys during the summer of 2020.  For details, click here.

Multiple positions are available at sites throughout the northeastern and mid-Atlantic states to nest search and band tidal marsh birds during the summer of 2020. For details, click here and here.

Undergraduate researchers are needed to help compile data for the Connecticut Bird Atlas and Connecticut Bird History projects.  Unfortunately, these are generally unpaid positions, although independent study credit is a possibility and there are ways to turn them into funded positions if you can develop an independent research project. Positions involve data entry, compiling information on historical records, and providing editorial support for the creation of web site materials on the ornithological history of the state. For more information send me an email with a resume, a copy of your transcript (unofficial is fine), your experience and knowledge of birds and birding, and a description of why a position on this project interests you.

As additional positions become available they will be posted here and advertised on the following job boards, where you can set up automated alerts:

OSNA (Ornithological Societies of North America) Job Board

SCB (Society for Conservation Biology) Job Board

Texas A & M Wildlife Job Board