Archbold Biological Station employs about 40 personnel, full time and part-time of whom ~60% are science staff, in a series of divisions for scientific programs, administrative support, kitchen, land management and maintenance crews. We provide purposeful jobs, excellent benefits and a caring, varied, and rewarding work environment; many staff have worked with us for twenty to thirty years. We accept unsolicited applications but all Open Positions are posted on the web site. There are additional employment opportunities, with about 15 research and operational positions including ranch crew, at the Buck Island Ranch.
Archbold recruits and trains about 20 undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate research internships annually and has openings for land management and education internship positions.
Archbold welcomes volunteers in any science, education or land management activity.
Archbold is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.
Archbold is seeking a bright and motivated Data Manager to oversee management of data generated by Archbold's ecological research projects. The Data Manager will work with staff to ensure that data is collected, stored and organized accurately and efficiently. Responsibilities include organizing and managing new data tasks and projects, devising and implementing efficient and secure protocols for data organization, and monitoring and trouble-shooting data flow to servers from weather towers, buoys, camera traps, etc. Posting will remain open until June 12, 2023, applications will be reviewed as they are received. Click here for more information and instructions for applying.
We are seeking a valuable addition to our Guest Services and Facilities team to assist with kitchen and housekeeping duties at the Station. This is a full-time, year-round position, typically M-F days, with paid holidays/vacation/sick time and excellent benefits. Pay range $13/$14 per hour based on experience. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until filled. Click here for more information and instructions for applying.
Archbold Biological Station is offering the 2nd Annual David S. Maehr Florida Wildlife Corridor Research Fellowship to catalyze the science needed to effectively and efficiently conserve the Florida Wildlife Corridor and the ecological (e.g., wildlife, water, and ecosystem processes) and societal (e.g., economic, recreational, and cultural) benefits it provides. We are soliciting proposals for creative, innovative science solutions to advance Corridor land conservation. Applications are due August 4, 2023. This award offers a one-time $25,000 grant for a 1-year project and is made possible through generous support of the Bellini Better World Foundation. Click here for more information and instructions for applying.