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Job Posting: Salmon Watersheds Lab Database Project Manager

September 14, 2017
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The Salmon Watersheds Lab is seeking a candidate with a keen interest in aquatic ecology and conservation research to lead a large-scale database project to completion. The lab has strong focus on dynamics of streams and watersheds, and the conservation and management of Pacific salmon. The successful applicant will organize and be responsible for a large scale historical dataset.  

The initial appointment is for a 6-month, full-time (35hr/week) commitment, with opportunity for extension. The postition is based at the Burnaby campus, salary commensurate with experience.

Educational Qualifications:

  • Minimum BSc in Biology or related field. We will also consider an MLIS or Masters’ degree in archival and records administration, information studies, and/or a library science degree with an emphasis on archives.
  • Valid work permit.   
  • Experience with conducting research, statistical analysis, scientific writing, and planning/logistics are an asset. 

To apply, send a cover letter and CV, including three references, to adminjwm@sfu.ca by October 2nd, 2017

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