LGL Limited – St. John's, NL
LGL is accepting applications for a career-oriented, intermediate- or senior-level ornithologist in our St. John’s office. We conduct research and environmental assessments for a wide variety of clients in Canada, the U.S.A., and beyond. The successful candidate will work as a member of our existing office-based team. This is a full-time position with travel and fieldwork requirements.
Qualifications & Experience: The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate abilities and experience consistent with the following minimum qualifications:
- MSc or PhD in a field related to avian ecology
- a strong background in marine bird ecology
- familiarity with the identification and general distribution and ecology of birds of Atlantic Canada
- familiarity with provincial, regional, and federal regulations concerning impact assessment
- solid working knowledge of statistical software such as R, and an ability to apply univariate and multivariate statistical methods to ecological data
- competent writer with strong word-processing skills
- willing and able to travel for work
The ideal candidate has relevant experience:
- working outdoors in the marine and land environments of Atlantic Canada
- completing avifauna inventory, ecological and behavioural projects
- working on projects involving impact assessment and monitoring
- working with a variety of field and office equipment
- using a variety of software packages
- analyzing and interpreting data
- writing reports and/or publications
- writing research proposals
Salary & Benefits: LGL Limited provides competitive salaries and benefits.
Contact: Send via email a cover letter with career goals and objectives, citizenship/residency status, and a full CV with at least two recent professional references to:
Ms. Ruby Martin
PO Box 13248 Station A
388 Kenmount Road
St. John's, NL A1B 4A5
Email any enquiries. No phone calls please.
LGL is an employee-owned, international environmental research and consulting firm with 48 years of experience conducting fish and wildlife research and monitoring projects in North America and around the globe (www.lgl.com).