Project Manager, Colorado State University – Ecosystem Science & Sustainability Department

Fort Collins, CO

Organization: Colorado State UniversityEcosystem Science & Sustainability Department

Duties: Project manager for a NASA-funded citizen science project on intermittent streams. Manager will organize workshops to recruit citizen scientists, develop and maintain citizen science database, install and maintain streamflow sensors, and assist with GIS and remote sensing data collection and processing. The Ecosystem Science & Sustainability Department is a teaching and research unit of Colorado State University. Faculty include ecologists, watershed scientists, and programmers that teach ecology and watershed science as well as conduct research on international and national issues of ecology and watershed science. The department is one of five academic departments in the Warner College of Natural Resources.

Desired qualifications:
Master’s degree in a related field, experience with installing and maintaining streamflow sensors, experience working with GPS, skills with geospatial data processing including ArcGIS, watershed delineation, and Landsat data. Strong interpersonal skills and strong written and oral communication skills

Start and end dates: March 20th, 2017

Salary/pay: $35,000

Link to more information: See the full list of duties and apply.

Application deadline: March 1, 2017