WII Dehradun Project Interns Recruitment ~ helpBIOTECH

19 January 2017

WII Dehradun Project Interns Recruitment

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Advt. No. (No. WII/KR/PROJECT/DRONE/2015/018)
 
Recruitment of Project Interns For the WII-NTCA Collaborative Project ‘E-bird Technology for Tiger Conservation: Development and Integration of Un-manned Aerial Vehicles (Drone) as a Surveillance and Monitoring Tool for Protection of Tiger and Capacity Building of Frontline Staff
 
The Wildlife Institute of India (WII) is a premier autonomous Institute under the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Government of India, in the field of wildlife research, training and management. The WII wishes to engage 04 Project Interns for the above-mentioned project for a period of 06 months (extendable) based on application screening followed by an Interview (in person or Skype).
 
Application deadline is 31st January 2017 and selection will be made before 05 February 2017. Other details of the positions are provided below:
 
4 Project Interns*
 
Rs. 8,000/- (consolidated) & 06 months (extendable)
 
Location of Project Site(s) 13 Tiger Reserves, one-each from a state, across India & at the Head Quarters in WII
 
Qualification(s) Project Intern (Engineer): Bachelor/Masters Degree in Technology/Engineering (Aeronautical/ Mechatronics/ Robotic/ Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics & other relevant subjects) from a recognized university/institute. Project Intern (Biologist/Project Management): Bachelor/Masters Masters’ Degree in Science (Wildlife Science/ Botany/ Zoology/ Forestry/Life Science/ Agriculture/ Environmental Sciences/ Biological Sciences/ Veterinary Science/ Geography/ Geoinformatics/ Commerce/ Computer Science & other relevant subjects) from a recognized university/institute.
 
Description of Work(s) Engineer: Support (1) procurement, design and assembling of fixed-wing and rotary-wing UAVs; (2) Fly UAVs and training field staff for implementation at field level. (3) Develop interface technology for telemetry involving VHF/GPS/RFID tools; (4) Develop interface Page 2 of 4 technology and remote data transfer and automated data collection through wireless communication; (5) In-house development and technology transfer to field teams. Biologist/Project Management: Support (1) modelling and mapping human-wildlife conflict areas and identification of vulnerable areas for human-wildlife conflicts; (2) Identification and rationalization of surveillances sites in the context of poaching risks; (3) undertake R&D for animal telemetry based on VHF and RFID using UAV; (4) habitat mapping and wildlife population estimation using UAV; (5) maintenance of equipment; (6) file management and communications.
 
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