Researcher IV (ID# 13841)
Since 2009, Cherokee Nation Technologies (CNT) has been serving government clients with time-tested solutions that increase client effectiveness through the intelligent use of technology. CNT’s expertise includes software and application services, network services, and business process services. The company is head-quartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with a regional office in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and client locations nationwide. Wholly owned by the Cherokee Nation, CNT is part of the Cherokee Nation Businesses family of companies.
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Cherokee Nation Technologies (CNT) supports federal efforts to research Nonindigenous Aquatic Species (NAS). The NAS Program provides a central repository for spatially referenced biogeographic accounts of introduced aquatic species throughout the United States. The program provides online/real-time queries, spatial data sets, species information, and scientific reports. The data is made available for use by biologists, interagency groups, and the general public.
We are seeking a Researcher IV to assist CNT in performing critical data entry in order to enter a back-log of aquatic plant data, to keep up with the continuing inflow of information, and for technical writing of species fact sheets.
A qualifying individual skilled in aquatic plant and animal identification and ecology, who is familiar with scientific literature on invasive aquatic species, and can write scientific documents will make a strong and necessary addition to the NAS Program. Familiarity with relational databases is also highly desired.
- Enter nonindigenous aquatic species sightings data into an on-line database, following established Standard Operations Procedures (SOP)
- Provide quality control for data entry by verifying entries prior to submission. Enter nonindigenous aquatic species sightings data into an on-line database, following established SOP
- Deliver quality control for data entry by verifying entries prior to submission
- Geo-reference data to latitude/longitude and hydrologic unit codes.
- Perform literature reviews for species distribution information
- Contact state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and other agencies for aquatic species data
- Find and enter museum data and data from other on-line sources
- Write technical accounts of species introductions and biology
- Contact other scientists and biologists to acquire new information on nonindigenous aquatic species
- Perform quality checks on new and existing data in the NAS system
- Complete standard office work such as scanning and organizing documents
- Attend staff meetings related to nonindigenous aquatic species and data management
- Assist with other Center research as appropriate.
- A master’s degree in the study of biology or a closely related field is required
- One (1) to three (3) years of research experience in an environmental science atmosphere is a plus and highly desired
- Ability to work independently and within established guidelines and operational procedures
- Familiar with standard research practices and statistical databases for research data collection and management
- Proficient with MS Office Suite
- Excellent communication skills; both oral and written
- Ability to travel within a reasonable notice as needed to support project research
- Have a clean driving record and active driver’s license
- Must be able to successfully pass a drug screen and federal background check
Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. Government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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