Forest Monitoring Technician – Bar Harbor, ME

Forest Monitoring Technician
Schoodic Institute
Bar Harbor, ME

The Schoodic Institute located at Acadia National Park is recruiting 3 seasonal Forest Monitoring Technicians to be a part of a field crew that will be collecting forest health data in 15 National Parks throughout the Eastern US. This is a great opportunity to see the eastern forest, from the spruce/fir forests in ME, to the northern hardwoods in New England, and the oak-hickory forests in the mid-Atlantic Region, and to learn about the nation’s Revolutionary and Civil War history and important figures in the nation’s history.

Position Description: Forest Monitoring Technician
Opening Dates: January 29 – February 12, 2024
Organization: Schoodic Institute
Location: Bar Harbor, ME (Field Station first 10 weeks), and Fredericksburg, VA (Field Station second 9 weeks)
Job Type: full-time, temporary position
Vacancies: 3 crew members
Duration: 2 crew members: 19 weeks mid-May to mid-September; 1 crew member: 15 weeks mid-May to mid-August (exact dates TBD)
Compensation: $18.51-$20.64/hour depending on experience, plus meals stipend while on travel (~50% of the time).

Additional Information:

Contact Name: Camilla Seirup
Contact Email:

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