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Quantitative Ecologist & Modeler

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Job Details
Job Order Number
Company Name
Noble Research Institute, LLC.
Physical Address
2510 Sam Noble Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401
Job Description

Quantitative Ecologist & Modeler

Job Locations: US-OK-Ardmore
Job ID: 2019-1612

  1. of Openings: 1
    Classification: Full-Time Regular
    Field of Research: Ecology, Range Management, and Statistics
    Education: MS in related field

The Noble Research Institute, LLC is seeking a Quantitative Ecologist & Modeler to develop applied outcomes such as maps, calculators, and decision support tools for natural resource management in the areas of range, wildlife and land stewardship. Research will be in the Range and Wildlife Ecology group under the direction of Dr. Stephen Webb.

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled

The successful applicant will be responsible for designing and implementation of experiments across Noble ranches, and in collaboration with private landowners, universities, and research institutes. The primary duties and assignments will be to perform research related to animal behavior, spatial ecology of wildlife, range management practices, and ecosystem/biodiversity monitoring. Other duties of the position will include, but are not limited to, statistical analysis and modeling of ecological processes, grant writing, presentation of research findings in oral and written formats, participation in education events and workshops, and collection and management of research data.

Master degree in biological, ecological, agricultural, natural resources, statistical/mathematical or other closely related field and a minimum of 2 years of experience in statistical analyses, modeling, and statistical programming for research and/or decision support tools are required. Alternatively, a PhD in related field and no experience would be considered.

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