WII Project Biologists/Engineers Walk Ins for E-bird Technology for Tiger Conservation ~ helpBIOTECH

18 May 2017

WII Project Biologists/Engineers Walk Ins for E-bird Technology for Tiger Conservation

Agriculture conference 2017 Clini India


(No. WII/KR/PROJECT/DRONE/2015/018) 

Recruitment of Project Engineers and Project Biologists by WALK-IN INTERVIEW For the WII-NTCA Collaborative Project ‘E-bird Technology for Tiger Conservation: Development and Integration of Un-manned Aerial Vehicles 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 

03 Project Biologists and 

03 Project Engineers 

for the project ‘‘E-bird Technology for Tiger Conservation: Development and Integration of Un-manned Aerial Vehicles as a Surveillance and Monitoring Tool for Protection of Tiger and Capacity Building of Frontline Staff” for a period of 01 year (extendable) through Walk-In Interview on 31st May 2017 at WII. The EQ, DQ and other details of the positions are provided below: 

1 Positions & Emoluments 

03 – Project Biologist 

(Fellowship: Rs. 25,000 + HRA/Month) 

 03 – Project Engineer (Fellowship: Rs. 25,000 + HRA/Month) 

2 Location of Project Site(s) 13 Tiger Reserves, one-each from a state, across India 

3 Essential Qualification(s) (EQ) Project Engineer: Graduate Degree in Professional Course in Technology/Engineering (Aeronautical/ Robotic/ Mechatronics/ Mechanical/ Electrical/ Electronics & other relevant subjects) from a recognized university/institute. Project Biologist: Masters’ Degree in Science (Wildlife Science/ Botany/ Zoology/ Forestry/ Life Science/ Agriculture/ Environmental Sciences/ Biological Sciences/ Veterinary Science Geography/ Geoinformatics) from a recognized university/institute. 

Desirable Qualification(s) (DQ) Project Engineer: Experience/interest in (a) Design and development of UAVs; (b) Robotic engineering; (c) Shortrange and long-range telecommunications; (d) Working with autopilots; (f) Repair & maintenance of fixed wing and rotary wing aerial systems/drones. 

Project Biologist: Experience/interest in (a) Humanwildlife conflict mapping, (b) Spatial analysis and modelling using Remote Sensing and GIS tools; (c) Radio-telemetry; (d) Camera trapping and analyses; (e) Population estimation techniques. 

5 Description of Work(s) Project Engineer: Procurement, design and assembling of fixed-wing and rotary-wing UAVs; Fly UAVs and training field staff for implementation at field level. Develop interface technology for telemetry involving VHF/GPS/RFID tools; Develop interface technology and remote data transfer and automated data collection through wireless communication; In-house development and technology transfer to field teams. Project Biologist: Modelling and mapping humanwildlife conflict areas and identification of vulnerable areas for human-wildlife conflicts; Identification and rationalization of surveillances sites in the context of poaching risks; undertake R&D for animal telemetry based on VHF and RFID using UAV; habitat mapping and wildlife population estimation using UAV. 

6 Age Limit Shall not be more than 28 years. The upper age limit may be relaxed up to 5 years as per Government of India rules. 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Which place this Interview, i mean in Deharadun or somewhere.

helpBIOTECH Team said...

Deharadun

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