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Lead Biologist – Wildlife Preservation Canada’s Native Pollinator Initiative
The Lead Biologist will provide overall coordination for Wildlife Preservation Canada’s (WPC’s) Native Pollinator Initiative, which currently includes conservation breeding programs for native bumble bees in Ontario and Taylor’s checkerspot butterfly in British Columbia as well as monitoring, research and citizen science components in Ontario and Alberta, and an active role in multi-partner collaborations such as The Lead Biologist will work closely with administrative staff, and with project coordinators and biologists at multiple project sites across Canada to ensure delivery of WPC’s pollinator conservation projects. A primary role of the Lead Biologist position will be to build on WPC’s strengths and experience with pollinator husbandry, field research, and citizen science to identify and develop new WPC-led projects for native pollinator conservation across Canada.  Given the nature of the work, a flexible schedule is required, and some weekend and holiday work will be necessary.
Please apply ASAP as the position will be filled as soon as a suitable candidate is found (applications will not be considered after June 24, 2018). 
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