Cleveland Metroparks is hiring a Forest Health Project Coordinator (grant
The Natural Resources Forest Health Project Coordinator is a two-year term
position partially funded through a US Forest Service grant. This position
is primarily responsible for coordinating survey and monitoring efforts
related to forest pests and pathogens and communicating results with
regional partners, various state and federal agencies and academic partners
through trainings, workshops and peer reviewed publications. This position
reports to the Plant and Restoration Ecologist at the Watershed Stewardship
Center. This an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual to work in
a creative, team-oriented environment using diverse strategies to address an
important and high profile conservation issue.
This position will work throughout the Park District, across the LEAP region
and limitedly throughout the native range of American beech trees.
Filing Deadline: 7/23/2018
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