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WII jobs for JRF /Junior Project Fellow/Junior Technical Assistant /SRF in Dehradun. Last Date to apply: 07 Jul 2017

JRF /Junior Project Fellow/Junior Technical Assistant /SRF
WII
WII
Last Date 07 Jul 2017

WII - Job Details

Date of posting: 14 Jun 17
JRF /Junior Project Fellow/Junior Technical Assistant /SRF  job recruitment in Wildlife Institute of India (WII)

1.Project Title: Spatial Ecology of Himalayan Torrent Frog Nanorana vicina in response to Habitat dynamics.

Junior Research Fellow /1 Post

Essential Qualification: Master’s degree in Wildlife Biology / Zoology/ Forestry/ Environmental Science/ Life Sciences with 60% aggregated marks and above from a recognized university. Desirable Qualification Field Experience in Herpetological research and handling herpetofauna.

2.Project Title :Atlas of colonial nesting waterbirds in the east coast states of India

Junior Technical Assistant /01Post

Essential Qualification: Bachelors’ Degree in any discipline with 60% aggregated marks and above from a recognized university. Desirable Qualification Good command over written and spoken English, Interest to carry out both desk based and field based research.

3.Project Title: Study on Ecology and Migratory Patterns of Golden Mahseer (Tor putitora) in River Ganga using Radio Telemetry Techniques.

Junior Research Fellow /01Post

Essential Qualification: Masters Degree in Zoology/ Fishery Science/ Wildlife Biology/ Wildlife Science/ Environmental Science/Life Sciences with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University. Desirable Qualification Experience in Aquatic Ecology, River Ecology, Aquatic habitat assessment, Fish Biology and Telemetry techniques.

4.Project Title: Assessment and monitoring of climate change effects on wildlife species and ecosystems for developing adaptation and mitigation strategies in the Indian Himalayan region Position (Number)

Junior Project Fellow-Bird/ 01 Post

Essential Qualification Master’s degree in Wildlife Sciences/ Zoology/ Forestry/ Environmental Sciences or Management/ Life Sciences/ Biodiversity and Conservation/ with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University. Desirable Qualification Prior experience and interest in field data collection for birds and their habitats. Data analysis and interpretation skills. Science writing and communication skills.

5.Project Title: Human-wildlife conflict resolution mechanism in the Indian Himalayan region: Risk assessment, prediction, and management through research and community engagement Position (Number)

Junior Project Fellow-HWC /03 Posts

Essential Qualification Master’s degree in Wildlife Sciences/ Zoology/ Forestry/ Environmental Sciences or Management/ Life Sciences/ Biodiversity and Conservation with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University. Desirable Qualification Experience /interest in: field data collection for mammals; abundance estimation and analysis; behavioural studies. Remote sensing & GIS. Human dimensions of wildlife management, working with communities to reduce conflicts.

6.Project Title: Spatio-temporal and Thermal Ecology of Indian Python (Python molurus molurus Linn.1758) in Moyar River Valley, Tamil Nadu Position (Number)

Junior Research Fellow / 01 Post

Essential Qualification Master’s degree in Wildlife Biology/Zoology/ Forestry/Botany/Environmental Science/ Life Sciences/Geo-Informatics or any comparable discipline with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University.

Desirable Qualification 1. Research experience in radio-telemetry, vegetation quantification, animal census techniques and handling herpetofauna; understanding of Tamil language. 2. Keen desire to carryout fieldwork with minimum logistics support in remote areas. Interest in scientific work, high motivation, very good organizational skills and interest to work in interdisciplinary team. 3. Analytical, scientific communication and working experience in GIS.

7.Project Title: Panthera tigris genome: Implications in forensics and conservation. Phase II –DNA profiling of tiger populations from southern, eastern and northeast India

Junior Project Fellow / 01Post

Essential Qualification: Master’s in Wildlife Science/Biological Sciences/Environmental Sciences/ Environmental Management/Biotechnology or any comparable discipline with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University .

Desirable Qualification :Experience in using molecular tools in wildlife research and GIS knowledge

8.Project Title :Assessment and monitoring of Climate change effects on wildlife species and ecosystems for developing adaptation and mitigation strategies in the Indian Himalayan region.

Junior Project Fellow-Human Ecology /01Post

Essential Qualification :Master’s Degree in Wildlife Sciences/ Forestry/ Environmental Sciences or Management/ Life Sciences/ Biodiversity and Conservation/ Natural Resource Management with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University.

Desirable Qualification Prior experience and/or interest in field data collection/ questionnaire surveys for natural resource dependency by local communities, socioeconomic surveys, human-wildlife conflict or interface issues, evaluation of ecosystem services Data analysis and interpretation skills, working with local communities Science writing and communication skills

9. Project Title: Dissemination and evaluation of technologies through networking of various institutes and organization of mountain ecosystem

Senior Research Fellow /01Post

Essential Qualification Masters’ in Wildlife Sciences/Zoology/Life Sciences/Forestry/Environmental Management or any other subject related to biodiversity and conservation with a minimum aggregate score of 60%.

Desirable Qualification:Minimum of two years research experience preferably in conducting socio-economic and research monitoring work.  Proficiency in using computers and good writing skill in English language.

10.Project Title :Understanding the Amur falcon Falco amurensis, their stop-over sites in Nagaland and their migratory routes for better conservation planning .

Junior Research Fellow /01Post

Essential Qualification Masters’ Degree in Wildlife Science/Zoology/Botany /Life Science/ Biological Sciences/ Environmental Sciences/Biotechnology or any comparable discipline with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized University. Desirable Qualification :Candidates with prior experience of working on birds, or have carried out field surveys involving population estimation and or ecological studies on other wildlife species.

Age/Pay Scale

Junior Research Fellow :28 years

Pay Scale : Rs. 25,000

Senior Research Fellow :32 yrs

Pay Scale :Rs. 28,000

Junior Project Fellow: 30 years

Pay Scale : Rs. 25,000

Junior Technical Assistant :26 years

Pay Scale :Rs.16000

Junior Project Fellow-HWC: 30 years

Pay Scale :Rs.16000

Hiring Process : Written-test

Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF

About WII

Established in 1982, Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is an internationally acclaimed Institution, which offers training program, academic courses and advisory in wildlife research and management. The Institute is actively engaged in research across the breadth of the country on biodiversity related issues. The Institute's idyllic campus that has been carefully developed to create state of the art infrastructure encourages scholarly work.
JRF / Field Assistant
M.Pham, 12th Pass (HSE), BSc, MSc

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