Field research assistant required to help radio-track civets throughout Singapore primarily in the Central Catchment. This data is for a study investigating factors affecting the translocation of native civet species in Singapore.
Period: 02 Jan 2014 – 20 Feb 2014.
- Record the telemetry signals from translocated radio collared civets on weekday mornings (1 to 3 sites to be visited each day depending on where the animals are located).
- Aid in collection of data on travel and location of civets
- NUS student or affiliate
- Responsible and able to work independently under strenuous field conditions.
- Familiar with locations around the central catchment parks and other wooded areas in Singapore.
- Able to travel independently to various study sites. Ownership or access to a vehicle required. Some travel will be on dirt roads.
- Excellent physical condition. Able to walk and hike long distances. Good hearing.
- Knowledge of use of a compass a plus.
- Able to commit to 5 days of work 8 hour days from 02 Jan 2014 through to 20 Feb 2014
- Work will decline to one day per week until June or July.
Interested applicants, please email your CV to Christina.Colon@kbcc.cuny.edu.
Christina P. Colon, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences
Kingsborough Community College