|Title||MS Graduate Research Assistantship|
|Agency, Location||Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit|
|Salary||$1342/mo. plus tuition and health benefits|
We are seeking an independent and motivated individual to design and conduct research on Roundtail Chub life-history and ecology in southwest Wyoming. Research will focus on evaluating Roundtail Chub seasonal movement patterns and identifying important habitats for key life-history stages.
Bachelor’s degree in fisheries, ecology, biology, or a related field with competitive undergraduate GPA (>3.0). Experience with radio-tracking, PIT-tagging, and/or PIT-tag array maintenance preferred. Anticipated start date is summer 2019.
Ad Closing Date: February 1, 2019
Please email the following materials in one file to Dr. Annika Walters ([email protected]): 1. Letter stating interest in the project and highlighting relevant experience, 2. a CV, 3. names/contact info for three references, and 4. transcript with GPA. Evaluation of applications will start January 15, 2019. Review of applications will start January 15, 2019.