Job Opportunity: Field & Maintenance Technician

The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation seeks a Field & Maintenance technician to oversee day-to-day operations at HBRF facilities.

The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation (HBRF) works to support the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study in Woodstock, NH. For more than half a century at the 8,000-acre Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, long-term studies of air, water, soils, plants, and animals have revealed the causes and consequences of acid rain; the effects of lead, salt, and nitrogen pollution in streams and lakes; and the environmental drivers affecting migratory songbirds. Established in 1993, HBRF provides housing and logistical support to scientists and connects the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study with diverse stakeholder groups across New England. HBRF synthesizes and presents scientific information with real-world, practical applications in mind. HBRF products include K-12 math and science lessons, guided forest tours, professional development for teachers, undergraduate field schools, community dialogue events, and policy-relevant briefings and bulletins.

Established in 1993, HBRF provides housing and logistical support to scientists and connects the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study with diverse stakeholder groups across New England. HBRF synthesizes and presents scientific information with real-world, practical applications in mind. HBRF products include K-12 math and science lessons, guided forest tours, professional development for teachers, undergraduate field schools, community dialogue events, and policy-relevant briefings and bulletins.

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