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Aquatic Monitoring Crew Members – Meeker, CO

In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is seeking
stream habitat assessment technicians crew members to assist in the implementation of the aquatic
Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) initiative. The technicians will be trained in partnership with
the National Aquatic Monitoring Center (Utah State University). Interns will serve in a crew of 2 people
(one crew lead mentor and one technician) to assess stream habitat. Technicians will sample streams
and rivers on BLM land using the BLM’s aquatic AIM protocol. Successful applicants will spend 4-8 days
in a row in the field camping and collecting water quality data, stream habitat data, and benthic
macroinvertebrate samples.

For more information, visit the Rocky Mountain Youth Corps Internship page or click here to download a position description.


Aquatic AIM Monitoring Lead and Field Technicians – Multiple Locations in Utah

In partnership with the Utah Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Colorado Natural Heritage Program (CNHP) is seeking experienced field technicians to collect stream monitoring data through BLM’s aquatic Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring (AIM) initiative. Successful applicants will be trained in aquatic AIM sampling protocols by the National Aquatic Monitoring Center of Utah State University and will sample stream habitat for wadeable rivers and streams on BLM lands throughout Utah.

For more information, visit the Colorado Natural Heritage Program’s employment page or click here.

February 5, 2017


Vegetation Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) Team Member – Utah
American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management Utah State Office, is seeking Multiple Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) Interns for 16 weeks to assist BLM field offices in completing this year’s Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) objectives. This opportunity is intended for enthusiastic professionals with a background in rangeland management, botany, biology, conservation, ecology, natural resource management, or a closely related field, with a deep interest in jointly advancing their career goals and the stewardship of Utah’s natural resources through purposeful fieldwork and research. Interns will be on teams of 3 Team Members and 1 Team Lead.
For more information, visit American Conservation Experience

December 20, 2017


Vegetation Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) Team Lead – Utah
Under the direction and supervision of the BLM staff, the AIM teams will monitor areas within various public lands managed by various UT based Field Offices. Range and public land allotments across the assigned areas will be inventoried and/or monitored, focusing on Sage-Grouse populations, as well as overall condition of landscape and resources. The AIM Crew will manage all aspects of landscape monitoring using the Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring methodology.
For more information, visit American Conservation Experience


Ecological Monitoring Field Technicians – multiple locations
In partnership with cooperating agencies, GBI is recruiting Ecological Monitoring Field Technicians to work with agency staff, GBI staff, and GBI Ecological Monitoring Field Technicians. Each Field Lead Technician will work with a team (one Lead and two Technicians) to characterize vegetation using the terrestrial or aquatic AIM protocol, Describing/Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health (D/IIRH), the Habitat Assessment Framework (HAF) protocol, and/or the Proper Functioning Condition (PFC) protocol, for which training will be provided. The particular protocols implemented will vary by location.
For more information, visit Great Basin Institute

November 30, 2017


Ecological Monitoring Field Leads – multiple locations
In partnership with cooperating agencies, GBI is recruiting Ecological Monitoring Field Leads to work with agency staff, GBI staff, and GBI Ecological Monitoring Field Technicians. Each Field Lead will coordinate a field crew (one Lead and two Technicians) to characterize vegetation using the terrestrial or aquatic AIM protocol, Describing/Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health (D/IIRH), the Habitat Assessment Framework (HAF) protocol, and/or the Proper Functioning Condition (PFC) protocol, for which training will be provided. The particular protocols implemented will vary by location.
For more information, visit Great Basin Institute

November 30, 2017


AmeriCorps Ecological Monitoring Field Technicians – multiple locations in Nevada
The Ecological Monitoring program at GBI, which focuses on the conservation of natural resources in the Intermountain West, serves as an excellent professional development opportunity for burgeoning natural resource professionals looking for experience in botanical, soil, and rangeland surveys.

As an element of this program, participants will implement the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) strategy, which is targeted at collecting standardized inventory and long-term ecological data at multiple scales across western public lands.
For more information, visit Great Basin Institute

November 30, 2017


Aquatic Monitoring Crew Leader – Las Cruces, New Mexico
In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Southwest Conservation Corps is seeking stream habitat assessment technicians to assist in the implementation of the aquatic Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) initiative.  Interns will work in a crew of 2 people (one crew lead and one technician) to assess stream habitat.
The crew lead is responsible for: supporting and managing the field crew’s safety and wellbeing, coordinating field logistics and scheduling, managing the crew’s equipment, and completing administrative paperwork and more…For more information, visit Southwest Conservation Corps

November 21,2017


Aquatic Monitoring Crew Member – Las Cruces, New Mexico

In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Southwest Conservation Corps is seeking stream habitat assessment technicians to assist in the implementation of the aquatic Assessment, Inventory, Monitoring (AIM) initiative.  The technicians will be trained in partnership with the National Aquatic Monitoring Center (Utah State University).Interns will work in a crew of 2 people (one crew lead and one technician) to assess stream habitat.For more information, visit Southwest Conservation Corps

November 21,2017


 

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