The Spatial Ecologist will conduct scientific analyses and apply knowledge and skills in data management, geoprocessing, and spatial analysis, landscape ecology, climate science, ornithology, conservation biology, environmental and/or climate justice, and cartography to develop products such as reports or scientific publications. This role will assemble and prepare relevant datasets for analysis and generate spatial and quantitative data products. The Spatial Ecologist will also contribute to and/or lead the process of publishing Audubon science products including, but not limited to, datasets, peer-reviewed articles, and reports. This position participates in cross-functional teams, particularly with the spatial conservation planning and quantitative science teams and across the broader Conservation Division within which science is located.
Pay: $60,000 – $70,000 / year