Employer: Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park
Location: Winter Harbor, Maine
Application deadline: November 1, 2019
Minimum 16-month position with long-term (multi-year) extension based upon skills, performance, and funding. Begins late fall or winter 2019. The Forest Ecology Research Associate will lead a recently funded project, Forest Condition and Management in Eastern US National Park Units. The primary duties are to:
- Develop an assessment of the current status of forest regeneration in eastern US parks (Task 1), and
- Develop a conceptual model to guide forest management decisions into the future across all parks in the eastern US (Task 2).
Details of these tasks are in the full position description linked above.