Coastal Waterbird Program Field Assistant
About This Position
Mass Audubon is seeking to fill Field Assistant positions to support the research, monitoring, management, and protection of coastal birds and other natural resources. Field Assistants will be mentored by Mass Audubon staff in the monitoring and management of Piping Plovers, Least and Common Terns, and American Oystercatchers.
Multiple positions based at:
- Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary, Barnstable MA (covering field sites in Cape Cod, Boston, Wareham, and the North Shore)
- Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Dartmouth MA (covering field sites Westport to Dartmouth)
- Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, Wellfleet MA (covering field sites Truro to Chatham)
- Lost Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Nantucket, MA, and Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary, Edgartown MA (covering field sites on the Islands: Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket)
- South Shore Sanctuaries, Marshfield MA (covering field sites from Plymouth to Hull)
- South Beach, Chatham (*note this position requires living in a remote camp setting on a barrier beach)
Further details on specific monitored regions will be discussed at the time of the interview.
How To ApplyTo see full details and apply, please visit ADP Workforce Now.
Please include a cover letter (specify position(s) for which you are applying and dates of availability), resume, and list of three references with your ADP application. Label your resume and cover letter with your first and last name.
In addition, please complete a short cover page questionnaire at https://forms.office.com/r/x3g66rV4ew. Your application will not be processed without completion of the items above. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as interviews will begin in January and positions will be filled by May 8, 2023.