A top priority for Turnstone is the quality of our team. The quality of survey results is directly affected by the caliber of our 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.

Because the high standard 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 possible. Experience and attention to detail are required to ensure that protocol and scheduling parameters are met within the framework of environmental variability.

Turnstone is committed to building a diverse team where differences are valued and respected. Women, people of color, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Last Updated: April 22, 2024 
Still hiring for spotted owl surveyor positions. At this time, all of the other positions listed below have been filled, but we are still accepting applications in case of changes to personnel and/or workloads that would require filling additional positions for the 2024 season.