WI-DNR Lakes-L Blog Update Job Notice

Associate Outreach Specialist, full time, for an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) project.

Hello AIS Friends,

The Center for Limnology is beginning a search for candidates for a new position working with AIS. I would greatly appreciate if you could spread the word about this position by posting it on your list serves and any other means you have of sharing this information. Here is a quick summary and a URL for the official position description.

The UW Madison Center for Limnology Trout Lake Station (TLS) is currently looking for an Associate Outreach Specialist, full time, for an Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) project. The core function of the work is to assist the TLS and the WI DNR Statewide and NOR Region

(Rhinelander) Lakes Partnership Team with activities designed to learn about and combat AIS. The successful candidate will be involved in AIS and other lake program activities such as AIS education, outreach, prevention and monitoring; aquatic plant sampling, data entry and data evaluation; site visits, presentations and coordination of lake community and citizen issues; evaluation of lake planning and AIS grants; lakes technical assistance and long-term trends water quality sampling. To review position description and application procedures please go to

http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/pvl/pv_063522.html

Thanks.Susan

Susan E. Knight

University of Wisconsin Trout Lake Station Wisconsin DNR 10810 County Hwy N Boulder Junction, WI 54512

phone: (715)356-9494 fax: (715)356-6866

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