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Employment Opportunities

BRC offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Please apply electronically to info@biorc.com or mail a resume to BRC, PO Box 1539, Ojai, CA 93024-1539.

Senior Biologist
(Wildlife/Waters)
Senior Biologist (Wildlife/Waters Monitoring), Barstow CA Office

BRC is currently seeking applicants for one or more fulltime senior-level biologist positions to be based in our Barstow, CA offce.  Applicants should have at least 2 years of related experience and possess a solid understanding of the natural resources of southern California (wildlife, plants, habitats, including threatened and endangered species).  Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree in biology or a related professional subject.  We are particularly interested in waters monitors, botanists, and wildlife biologists with direct experience with southern California special-status species.  Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are a must.  Experience with CEQA/NEPA and project management preferred.  Other requirements include having an acceptable driving record, being physically capable of hiking and the rigors of fieldwork, an ability to work independently, and good interpersonal communication skills.  Applicants should currently reside in southern California or be willing to relocate.

Senior Biologist
(Wildlife/Waters)
Senior Biologist (Wildlife/Waters Monitoring), Bakersfield/Fresno CA

BRC is currently seeking applicants for one or more fulltime senior-level biologist positions to be based in our Barstow, CA offce.  Applicants should have at least 2 years of related experience and possess a solid understanding of the natural resources of southern California (wildlife, plants, habitats, including threatened and endangered species).  Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree in biology (MA/MS preferred) or a related professional subject.  We are particularly interested in waters monitors, botanists and wildlife biologists with direct experience with southern California special-status species.  Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are a must.  Experience with CEQA/NEPA and project management preferred.  Other requirements include having an acceptable driving record, being physically capable of hiking and the rigors of fieldwork, an ability to work independently, and good interpersonal communication skills.  Applicants should currently reside in central California or be willing to relocate.

Staff Biologists
Staff Biologists, Ojai CA

BRC is currently hiring entry-level biologists for several positions in our Ojai, CA headquarters. Applicants should have at minimum a degree in biological sciences, excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to take detailed field notes and follow established protocols, skills in map reading and GPS devices, and a willingness to spend long periods of time working outdoors, sometimes in remote areas. A driver’s license and acceptable driving record are required.

Staff Biologists
Staff Biologists, Bakersfield CA

BRC is currently hiring entry-level biologists for several positions in the California Central Valley. Applicants should have at minimum a degree in biological sciences, excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to take detailed field notes and follow established protocols, skills in map reading and GPS devices, and a willingness to spend long periods of time working outdoors, sometimes in remote areas. A driver’s license and acceptable driving record are required.

Biological Technicians:
 
BLM Rookies for Recovery Program

The BLM awarded a contract to BioResource Consultants, Inc., to coordinate a pilot program to place biological technicians in BLM offices or field locations to implement recovery actions for federally listed species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).  The selected technicians will undergo an intensive training led by field researchers and government agency representatives to prepare them for a full-time seasonal position.  Technicians will gain experience in ESA-related science and policy and trained in a suite of management techniques for species recovery.  This program may fund technicians for up to 5-months, depending on project needs and program interest.  There is also an opportunity for field offices to cost-share and leverage the program dollars for a longer tour of duty.

Additionally, technicians will be paired with a designated mentor at their placement station.  The role of the mentor is critical in this program and must be willing to provide guidance and supervision to interns, as well as other duties depending on the needs of the intern and the project.  In addition to supervisory duties, mentors will also serve as regular points of contact with the Recovery Technician Program Coordinator.

For more information on specific opportunities and locations click here to open the BLM Positions page.

Send response to info@biorc.com and use keyword "BLM" and "Reference Number" from the BLM Positions page to apply for specific opportunities.