Reynolds Creek Collaborative Science and Outreach Coordinator, Biological Sciences (TEMP)

Job Description

The Reynolds Creek Collaborative Science and Outreach Coordinator will serve as the primary point of contact for university research collaborators to facilitate execution and documentation of collaborative research experimentation, servicing of field monitoring programs, and conducting outreach activities associated with Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed (RCEW) and Critical Zone Observatory (RC-CZO). The coordinator will work under the direction of the Reynolds Creek Research Coordination Committee as a liaison between Idaho State University and the USDA-ARS, Northwest Watershed Research Center (NWRC). Key responsibilities include: 

Science Project Coordination

  • Coordinates with RCEW Watershed Manager on all collaborator field support needs and visits to the watershed
  • Organizes, schedules, and facilitates meetings of collaborative research groups and projects
  • Contributes to development of collaborative research proposals related to organizing field assistance, timelines, RCEW operational budget, and ARS resources needed for research support
  • Aids in identifying appropriate NWRC Scientists willing/able to serve as a ARS collaborator on RCEW collaborative projects

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