Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, a field station of the University of Minnesota, is looking for four to eight technicians to assist in our spring prescribed burn program. The positions could start anywhere from March 16th to April 6th and end around mid-May (start and end dates are weather dependent). This is a 40 hour per week position but the hours are variable, especially on days we burn. There is the possibility of overtime on intense burn weeks. Burn experience is not necessary for this position. We provide on-site training. Housing is available to rent on-site. Pay is $12 per hour. If you have graduated or are not currently enrolled in classes we encourage you to apply.
The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve is an eight square mile tract of land 35 miles north of the Twin Cities. Because of its fortunate location in mid-continent at the triple meeting point of three great biomes of North America, it carries much of the continent’s biological heritage. Cedar Creek is endowed with a diverse mosaic of prairie, savanna, sedge meadows, bogs, open water, forests, and even abandoned agricultural fields. Its large size, great natural diversity, and uniform soil substrate make it ideal for ecosystem studies.
The deadline for application submission is February 10th, 2020.
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- A completed application form (download here)
- A resume (maximum of two pages)
- A cover letter stating why this internship will benefit you
- A transcript (unofficial is acceptable)
- List of 2 references