The non-profit Hawai‘i Endangered Bird Conservation Program is seeking a Coordinator to supervise the field team releasing and tracking ‘alalā on Hawai‘i Island.
This Coordinator will supervise a small field team of five staff. The team releases, tracks, and observes ‘alalā in native forest near Mountain View, Hawai‘i Island. This position will oversee daily operations, logistics, and scheduling.
All interested candidates are encouraged to apply! The successful candidate will enjoy spending time in the forest, as well as communicating frequently with staff and partners.
This is a permanent, full-time, salary position with an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, prescription drugs, vision, life insurance, annual leave, sick leave, retirement, as well as other optional insurance.
To apply and for more details, go to the following website and click on "RESEARCH COORDINATOR - RECOVERY ECOLOGY / HAWAII ". The online application will close on Friday, September 21, 2018.