The Reichert lab in the Department of Integrative Biology at Oklahoma State University is searching for a temporary (5 month) full-time research technician to assist with our studies of frog bioacoustics. The position will run from March 15 (or as soon as possible thereafter) until August 15, 2019.
The primary duties will be field work involving audio recordings and behavioral tests in local populations of gray treefrogs. The technician will be involved in field collection efforts, behavioral monitoring, data collection and management and construction and maintenance of experimental equipment. Being comfortable with and able for work in the field at night is essential.
Preferred qualifications include:
A bachelor’s degree in biology or related area of study.
Experience working with some or all of the following: animal behavior, amphibian monitoring and marking, bioacoustics techniques & software, data management, field research
Reliability, flexibility and motivation to work both alone and as a team under sometimes difficult field conditions.
The position will be based at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. Salary is paid hourly at $12.50/hr.
To apply, please send the following to Dr. Michael Reichert at email@example.com:
CV listing relevant experience, a brief statement of interests and qualifications, unofficial copies of academic transcripts and names and contact information for two references.
For more information about the research group, see https://reichertlab.com/