Cybertracker Evaluators are independent contractors sanctioned to deliver Cybertracker Evaluations and award Certificates by the North American Cybertracker Committee, and by extension, the International CyberTracker Standards Committee. A combination of superb wildlife tracking skills, a depth of personal field experience and excellent communications skills make our Evaluators successful at providing rigorous evaluations along with quality educational experiences throughout the evaluation process.
Each evaluator has met a rigorous set of standards and undergone substantial training (see below). Evaluators also have significant personal and professional experience in fields related to wildlife tracking, such as wildlife and conservation biology, hunting or wildlife related law enforcement, or outdoor and environmental education.
Currently, we are not actively seeking new evaluators, except for individuals that: 1) help our organization reach out to new audiences, 2) help us better serve new geographic regions currently underrepresented by our current evaluators, 3) add to the cultural diversity, professional expertise and credentials of our team, and 4) have made significant contributions to the field of wildlife tracking or related professions.
The duration of the training process is typically 1-2 years and does not guarantee a role as an Evaluator. The process aims to both offer the skills needed for the position of Evaluator as well as the time needed to gauge the trainee’s fit for the role.Individuals that are interested in becoming an evaluator are encouraged to talk with current evaluators to learn more about the process. Additional information is provided below.