By Emily GaglianoA health care tech who specializes in audio visual technology is seeking a position that requires the kind of skills that a veterinarian has to use to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate wildlife.
The position is one that requires “sound judgment, sound judgement ability, and the ability to communicate effectively,” said John T. Brown, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy.
Brown says the position will require a “sound, analytical approach to wildlife management and conservation.”
“As an audio visual technician you will be responsible for identifying, describing, analyzing, and visualizing the sounds, movements, and movements of wildlife to the benefit of all involved,” he said in a press release.
Brown, a licensed veterinarian with 30 years of experience, has spent years studying and training wildlife and veterinary technicians to become one of the nation’s most sought-after health care workers.
He says he’s a “big believer in the role of the technician in healthcare.”
“The technician is responsible for providing a sound judgment, judgment ability, sound judgment ability and the capability to communicate easily with the public and other healthcare professionals,” Brown wrote in a recent blog post.
“The ability to use the digital tools and tools that are available to you is an essential part of your role and this is where you need to excel.”
The Nature Conservancies mission is to preserve, protect, and manage nature and the world around us through wildlife conservation.
The organization also advocates for “sound management, wildlife education, and science education.”
In addition to teaching the field of audio visual tech, the nonprofit focuses on providing “academic opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students and students of advanced degrees in wildlife science and related fields.”
Brown also offers an internship program and is seeking candidates for a postdoctoral position.
He’s also seeking applicants to work with wildlife to produce a video series of educational content for the organization.
The Nature Conservation Society is seeking applications for the position at The Nature Conservation Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
The position opens Jan. 1.
The video series is expected to be released within the next six months.