The student will provide technical, communication, and administrative support to the Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center in St Paul, MN (remote work will be considered). The student will be responsible for: 1) supporting the evaluation of climate change in Species Status Assessments and other plans, 2) conducting searches for peer-reviewed information on climate impacts and adaptation, 3) developing summaries, reports, and presentations, 4) providing general center support (e.g., database management, reporting, and logistics).
Requirements: Students must be at least 18 years of age, enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program (Wildlife, Biology, Ecology, Natural Resource Science and Management, or related field), and should have completed a minimum 2 years of undergraduate education. Experience with literature review, synthesis, science communication, and professional communication is essential. Students must also have access to a computer (not provided). Recent graduates (less than one year) may also apply.
- Hourly Rate: $17.99—$36.88 (depends on educational status)
- Schedule: 20 hrs per week (schedule is negotiable); maximum of 1200 hours
- Term: January 2023 to December 2023
- Agency: U.S. Geological Survey
To apply: Email a cover letter, transcript, and resume/C.V. (including email, address, and phone number) to Olivia LeDee (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 30th.