A top priority for Turnstone is the quality of our team. The quality of survey results is directly affected by the quality of the field crews with the best work being performed by skilled field crews with extensive training and experience in surveying, orienteering and working in a wide variety of terrain.
Since the quality and accuracy of our work helps determine long-term land-use and natural-resource management policies for our clients, we focus on hiring and retaining the best people. Experience and attention to detail are required to ensure that protocol-scheduling parameters are met within the framework of environmental variability. We have also developed an internship program with Oregon State University to continue to improve the quality and diversity of potential crew members.
Marbled Murrelet Surveyors
Northern Spotted Owl Surveyors (Although we have filled all current owl surveyor positions at this time, we are still accepting applications in anticipation of potential changes in workload and/or personnel)