The Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources is seeking applicants for two positions. A Human Dimensions Specialist and a Supervisory Human Dimensions Specialist.
The purpose of these positions is to contribute to the conducting of research on the human dimensions of invasive animal impacts, wildlife disease impacts and other aspects of human-wildlife conflicts. Successful applicants will work collaboratively with numerous researchers at the USDA APHIS National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) in Fort Collins, Colorado, and the Colorado State University Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources in order to accomplish research and outreach objectives. These positions were created to meet the demands associated with Human Dimensions research at the National Wildlife Research Center, as part of the cooperative agreement with the Human Dimensions of Natural Resources. The overall objectives of these positions are to conduct qualitative and quantitative research, including surveys and interviews of stakeholders and decision-makers, in connection with human dimensions issues related to invasive animals and wildlife damage. The Supervisory HD Specialist will supervise two HD Specialists as part of that position’s duties. A more specific description of these positions and instructions for application may be accessed via the links below.
Both positions will officially close on 11/28/2022.
Human Dimensions Specialist
Supervisory Human Dimensions Specialist
Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Warner College of Natural Resources
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1480