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    This position is with the Pest Management Research Unit in Sidney, MT. You will develop and implement ecologically based strategies, technologies, and products for the sustainable management of insects, pests, and weeds in crops and rangeland.

    Research scientists have open-ended promotion potential and the grade is limited only by demonstrated ability to perform research of recognized importance to science and technology. Final grade level may be determined by a peer review panel.

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    • Perform leading research in habitat management approaches that promote pollinator resources.
    • Share information regarding the agro-economic and environmental factors associated with pollinator resource issues of the region with government officials, scientific and academic communities, national or international scientific organizations, etc.
    • Process and share information to develop knowledge of bio- diversity and cultural management strategies to improve profitability and environmental quality in low agricultural-input plant communities while providing high quality pollinator habitat.
    • Prepare written work products based on diverse economic and environmental factors associated with pollinator issues research to be reviewed and/or published in professional articles, publications, and technical abstracts.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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