The Alabama Natural Heritage Program is searching for a Research Associate I. This 18 month position will serve as a focal point of a long-term research project on Flattened Musk Turtle biology and conservation. The successful candidate will conduct field studies in the Upper Black Warrior River watershed in north Alabama.
The candidate will be responsible for study design, data collection, management, and analysis. The candidate will serve as a point of contact for state and federal agencies, academic institutions, and, NGO organizations. The candidate will serve as the liaison between field research activities and cooperating investigators.