Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) are advertising to fill two fisheries technician positions at their Inuvik location (Northwest Territories); one term position, and one indeterminate. These are exciting opportunities for individuals who have an interest in working in Canada’s western Arctic on various field-based programs focused on fish and marine mammals, and delivered in partnership with co-management partners, communities, and harvesters. The job posting can be found here, and has a closing date of January 4, 2019.
Postdoctoral Fellow Positions Available at University of Toronto ScarboroughOctober 31, 2018
Postdoctoral Fellow Positions Available Mandrak Lab University of Toronto Scarborough Fish Community Change in Space and Time The Mandrak lab, University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow to conduct research on quantifying changes in fish communities along an urban to rural to forest gradient. The research will be conducted at three scales. A global analysis will be conducted at a watershed scale using existing data with emphasis on testing hypotheses related to invasive species as part of a new Global Urban Biological Invasion Consortium. A national analysis will be conducted at the watershed level comparing distributions between 1973 and the present. A regional analysis will […]
Job opportunity with the Pacific Salmon Commission (Vancouver, BC)October 22, 2018
The Pacific Salmon Commission is looking to hire a new data technician to work in its Vancouver office. Applications due Nov. 7, 2018. Follow the link below for a pdf with more detail about the job including how to apply. PSC data technician job ad
Summer Field Assistants NeededApril 18, 2018
Positions: Two Arctic Field Research Assistants Duration: ~August 6 to ~ August 27, 2018 Location: Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories Stipend: $2,100 for the three-week duration. All costs related to travel, food and accommodations are additionally covered. Description: Our study area is in a unique region of northern Canada, where Canada’s first all-season highway connection to the Arctic Ocean has just opened to the public. This August, our research team will be collecting fish population data in lakes between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk, NWT. The research program is a joint effort led by Dr. Derek Gray (Wilfrid Laurier) and Dr. Sapna Sharma (York University) investigating the effects of climate change on […]