Recent news and events at ABR. 

Fairbanks office is hiring field technicians for wildlife and vegetation work!

ABR, Inc. is seeking field technicians based out of our Fairbanks office to support studies at project locations throughout Alaska. The ideal candidate will have extensive field experience with a preference for good identification skills for birds (waterfowl, shorebirds, passerines), mammals, fish, and Alaska flora. Resistance to motion sickness is required; experience with aerial surveys for birds and/or mammals is a plus. Must be in excellent physical condition and able to work 10-12-hr days, hiking in difficult conditions and carry 14 kg (30 lbs). 

Anchorage office has openings for aquatic ecology/fisheries field technicians!

Our Anchorage office is seeking aquatic ecology technicians to assist with fishery, aquatic ecology, and water quality projects in streams, lakes, and marine waters throughout Alaska.

Anchorage office seeks Field Technicians for vegetation/wetlands work

ABR has openings for field technicians in our Anchorage office to support research projects related to vegetation/wetlands throughout Alaska. These are seasonal positions.

ABR is hiring! Aquatic Ecologist/Fishery Biologist in our Anchorage office.

ABR has an immediate opening for an Aquatic Ecologist/Fishery Biologist to assist with fishery, aquatic ecology, and water quality projects in streams, lakes, and marine waters throughout Alaska. The ideal candidate for this position will have experience or knowledge of fish and macroinvertebrate biology, water quality and/or hydrology studies, and
experience with database management and statistical analyses. Please visit our Careers page to learn more about this position, or download the PDF at the link below. 

Here Comes the Sun to Power ABR

ABR’s commitment to environmental stewardship is reaching new heights—7.6 meters to be exact—in the form of a newly installed solar power system. The installation consists of three 14-panel, pole-mounted arrays on the north side of our main office parking lot. The 265 watt SunSpark solar panels equate to a total array capacity of 11,130 watts using 21 microinverters each. The arrays are manually adjustable for a 45 degree summer angle and an 85 degree winter angle to optimize power generation. Every electron that we produce will be used on site by ABR or will feed into the Golden Valley Electric Association’s (GVEA) grid. By using the power on site, we will save on GVEA’s kilowatt costs, also known as net metering.

ABR's triple bottom line: "Environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic viability"