Employment at Bird Conservancy of the Rockies
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies conserves birds and their habitats through science, education and land stewardship. The Bird Conservancy employs people who are passionate and knowledgeable about our mission and vision. Whether a scientist, an administrator or an educator, at the Bird Conservancy, you help connect people, birds and land.
Staff members are based in our offices in Brighton or Fort Collins, Colorado, or western Nebraska, or they work remotely from partners’ offices or seasonal housing throughout the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains and northern Mexico.
The Bird Conservancy offers competitive wages and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, paid time off and a retirement plan. Please follow the directions provided in the job announcements below to apply for open positions.
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies is an equal opportunity employer.
Current job openings:
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Avian Field Biologists (4)
Seeking experienced field biologists to conduct point counts throughout the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests in northern Arizona. The position will run from late-April to late-June 2016 (with the possibility for continued employment entering and proofing data).
Positions will be filled as suitable applicants are found.
Bird Bander (Colorado/Western Nebraska)
Experienced bird banders (2) needed for fall migration banding stations in Colorado and Western Nebraska. Position runs late-August – mid-October. Prior banding experience required. B.S. in biology, ecology, zoology, or related field preferred.
Position will be filled as suitable applicants is found.
Private Lands Wildlife Biologist (Jordan, MT)
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies (Bird Conservancy), in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and Montana, Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MTFWP) are looking to hire a Private Lands Wildlife Biologist to work alongside private landowners and partner organization in central Montana.
The Stewardship Director provides strategic vision, guidance, and leadership to the Stewardship Program of Bird Conservancy, leading a team of independent and highly motivated biologists and range ecologists (currently nine positions) implementing proactive, voluntary conservation efforts across private lands of the Great Plains and Intermountain West, benefiting habitat for wildlife. Based in Fort Collins, CO.