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Faculty, Biology (Marine), Full-Time, Tenure-Track, Fall 2023
Salem State University
The Biology Department at Salem State University invites applications for a full-time, tenure track faculty position in environmental and marine biology to begin in September 2023. Teaching responsibilities may include introductory biology and non-major’s courses, a sophomore-level evolution or ecology course, and upper-level marine biology courses such as marine botany, oceanography, fish biology, aquaculture, etc. The ideal candidate will have expertise in marine biology/ecology as well as the ability to engage students in field experiences.

The biology department educates future scientists in general biology with the options to focus on Biotechnology, Biomedical Sciences, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Marine and Aquaculture, and Environmental Biology. In addition, the department provides general education for scientific reasoning as well as basic anatomy and physiology, microbiology, neuroanatomy for the nursing, athletic training, and occupational therapy departments.

Salem State University values, celebrates and appreciates diversity in all its forms and endeavors to create a space that reflects the campus community population which it serves. Our students come to Salem State University from 38 states and 48 countries and reflect the demographics of the greater Boston community in which we live. We are passionate about providing an experience for them and our fellow staff and faculty, where everyone can feel supported while they explore, learn, and celebrate their identities, similarities, and differences. We welcome you to come celebrate with us and become a member of our community.
OPS Biologist I - Lobster Research Florida Keys
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC/FWRI)
Salary: $22.50 - $24/hour
Closing Date: 03/19/2023

Keys Fisheries Research, Lobster Program

This position is full-time for at least one year, with the potential for continuation given grant funding. The main responsibilities of this position will include field work, data entry, and video analysis needed to support ongoing research. This includes lobster fishery independent and dependent monitoring in the Florida Keys, wet lab maintenance, boat and truck operation, rigorous field work in near and offshore waters, data entry, and the ability to foster and maintain working relationships with industry professionals. Must be able to work autonomously and maintain excellent communication with supervisor.

Duties include but are not limited to:
• Conducting fisheries field sampling year-round in a variety of adverse conditions
o Field work is typically 75% top side (pulling lobster traps, checking juvenile lobster collectors etc.) and 25% scientific diving (lobster collection, habitat and lobster surveys etc.)
o Trailering and running boats up to 25ft
• Processing field samples in the laboratory after collection
o Including working up lobsters for a variety of lobster health parameters (i.e., measuring, drawing blood, dissecting, etc.), maintaining camera and lab equipment, etc.
• Wet Lab activities including animal husbandry
• Running laboratory experiments
• Occasional overnight work to conduct plankton tows or night dives
• Analyzing data from ongoing studies
Preferred Qualifications:
• Master’s degree is preferred but not required
• Experience working with crustaceans or benthic invertebrates
• Boat and trailer maintenance
• AAUS Scientific Diver

Please see link for more details.
Researcher in Seagrass Restoration
University of South Florida
The laboratory of Dr. Susan S. Bell at the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL USA is seeking a Scientific Researcher in Seagrass Biology/Restoration Ecology. The researcher will join a seagrass restoration project being conducted on the west central coast of Florida. This position will be part of a project newly funded in collaboration with Ecosphere Restoration Institute, an NGO, and with a strong field-based component. There is also the opportunity to develop independent research associated with the restoration efforts. Salary is competitive and based upon experience; the position can qualify for benefits. This is a one year position with the potential for additional years depending on funding and performance. Position available May 7, 2023.
DUTIES: The Researcher will be primarily responsible for implementing and conducting field monitoring of seagrass restoration projects established in coastal shallow waters and supervising/mentoring a field team. Additionally, the Researcher is expected to organize and analyze data collection and contribute to report preparation. Some travel to fieldwork is required. Preferred Qualifications for the position include: Ph.D. degree with research experience in coastal ecology; Capable of working from small boats; Strong swimming skills; Demonstrated knowledge of seagrass ecology; and Record of publication in peer-reviewed journals. Researchers with a MS degree and appropriate research experience are also invited to apply.
Link: tam/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_A PP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=33709&Po stingSeq=1
Laboratory/Field Technician
Texas A&M Univ.-Corpus Christi
The Pollack Lab ( at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is hiring a Laboratory Technician to support research related to conservation and restoration of coastal and marine habitats. The laboratory technician will participate in a variety of tasks in the laboratory and field, including benthic sample collection and processing. The technician will be expected to coordinate and provide logistical support for fieldwork, and educational outreach activities. Field and laboratory experience with Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) and other benthic invertebrates is needed.

We are looking to identify a qualified candidate as soon as possible, therefore applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The position will remain open until filled. Please see the position listing here:

Environmental Consultant
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
The primary responsibility of this position is to provide expertise in the fields of marine and estuarine biology, ecology, and geomorphology in order to evaluate the effects of activities such as beach nourishment, inlet management, and navigational dredging on marine and beach habitats. The incumbent of this position is expected to maintain an expertise in science through reading scientific literature and participating in research projects, in the statutes, rules, and policies related to this program, pursuant to Chapters 120, 161, 253, 258, 373, and 403, Florida Statutes. The ability to resolve conflicts and propose appropriate agency action, according to these statutes and rules is required. Additionally, this position will assist in the development of a resource database to assist in evaluation of the potential for adverse impacts to coastal ecosystems associated with projects that require Joint Coastal Permits (JCP), Environmental Resources Permits (ERP), Beach Management Agreements (BMA), or Environmental Management Agreements (EMA).
Provides training for staff on coastal resources, hardbottom identification tools, and impact assessment techniques.
Serves as an expert consult for the biological review of coastal projects being processed by the Beaches Inlets, and Ports program or other programs upon their request. Evaluates and prepares written reports, as needed, addressing the impacts of proposed projects on water quality and biological resources for the cases of incompliance. Develops recommendations to minimize impacts and to offset any unavoidable impacts.
Conducts impact assessments of biological monitoring reports
Serves as expert for impact assessment during project planning and feasibility phase.
Inspects project sites (as appropriate) from the land, air, and water (including SCUBA dives) to observe coastal conditions. Conducts on-site inspections to evaluate coastal resources, as well as the potential for impacts to biological resources.

Post-Doctoral Researcher/Assistant Research Scientist
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
The Pollack Lab ( at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is recruiting a post-doc to lead and support research related to conservation and restoration of coastal and marine habitats. Our lab's interest includes examining the response of organisms to changing environmental conditions. Our research has a strong field-based component and is supported by laboratory analyses and statistical approaches. We develop tools, including benefit-cost analyses and restoration suitability indices, to support natural resource management decision-making. We examine the proficiency of restored habitats in replacing lost ecological functions, including water filtration, provision of nursery and feeding habitat for fish and invertebrates, shoreline stabilization, and enhancement of biodiversity.

We are seeking an individual to join a fun and hardworking team focused on providing science to support resource management and conservation efforts and improve sustainability of coastal ecosystems. The position involves investigating a range of conservation and restoration-related topics on other coastal habitats, including the restoration of intertidal cyanobacteria mats and oyster reefs. Candidates should have experience in estuarine ecology, marine ecology, habitat restoration or related fields. Job responsibilities may include developing manuscripts for publication, leading project teams, and preparing grant proposals. The candidate needs to work well both independently and in a team environment. A successful candidate will need to have field, laboratory, statistical analysis and writing experiences.

We are looking to identify a qualified candidate as soon as possible, therefore applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Competitive applicants should contact with a short cover letter and CV.
Summer Internship - Indian River Lagoon Seagrasses
St. Johns River Water Management District
This is a paid internship position. The intern will be collecting and analyzing data on seagrass reproduction in the Indian River Lagoon, expanding our knowledge of seagrass recruitment and recovery.
Intertidal Biological Monitoring Technician in the Byrnes Lab
UMass Boston
The Byrnes lab at UMass Boston seeks multiple summer technicians for work on biological monitoring of urban rocky shorelines in the Boston Harbor Islands in collaboration with the Stone Living Lab. The Stone Living Lab ( is a multi-investigator effort to evaluate the effects of green shoreline protections. Technicians will assist in the monitoring efforts with either on the rocky seawalls and shorelines of Boston or at multiple cobble berm shoreline protection structures from June 1 - Aug 31st. Duties include, but are not limited to, conducting algal and invertebrate surveys in the intertidal, boat and dive tending, ROV operations, species identification, and data entry. We hope to hire at least one technician who will also be able to perform SCUBA surveys (see qualifications below) as part of the team, but this is not required for applying.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will need to be able to work as part of a field research team, with solid communication skills. Candidates should have familiarity with marine environments - either a degree or working towards a degree with a marine science focus - have a strong attention to detail, and confidence to handle difficult field conditions in collaboration with a supervisor. The seasonal technician should be able to spend long periods of time outdoors, be able to lift 50 lbs., and is expected to work 40 hrs a week, Monday to Friday, with the exception of holidays. Some early morning hours or working through weekends will be required due to tidal schedules, with concomitant time off. Scientific diving certification is required for candidates interested in conducting SCUBA surveys.

Salary: $10,00 for the summer non-benefitted.

Application: Please send a cover letter and CV to with the subject line SLL Summer Technician. Applications will be considered up to end of day Wednesday May 11th.

For further information or questions, contact
Link: None
Post Doc
The Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut seeks a Postdoctoral Research Associate with expertise in spatial data analysis, benthic habitat mapping, coastal zone management, and/or marine spatial planning to synthesize existing data (e.g., acoustics, bathymetry, faunal assemblages) and develop dynamic spatial models and data products that will support the management of marine resources in the Long Island Sound.

The Postdoctoral Research Associate will be supervised by Dr. Catherine Matassa at UConn Avery Point ( and work with an interdisciplinary team of coastal scientists from UConn, the University of New Haven, and USGS. They will have the opportunity to engage directly with government agencies, NGOs, and other stakeholders (e.g., offshore wind, fisheries) participating in the two-year project via workshops, field campaigns, and development of decision support tools.
Two positions on the ecology of Caribbean Sargassum accumulations - Cruz-Rivera Lab
Morgan State University
Two NASA-funded Ph.D. positions are available in the lab of Edwin Cruz-Rivera at Morgan State University (MSU). These students will join an active group of researchers and fellow students conducting multidisciplinary research on the emerging environmental problems posed by Sargassum golden tides. Summer travel to the Caribbean for sampling and training activities is expected. Candidates from underrepresented groups in STEM are strongly encouraged to apply.

Ph.D. position 1 – small scale circulation and Sargassum landings: The selected candidate will engage in research linking sub-mesoscale circulation features to incidence of Sargassum accumulations for the Virgin Islands. The student will collaborate with investigators at both the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) and Dr. Roy Armstrong’s group at the University of Puerto Rico.

Ph.D. position 2 – Sargassum decomposition and nutrient cycling: The selected candidate will focus on the role of Sargassum golden tides in coastal nutrient fluxes, especially at the sediment-water interface. The student will collaborate with investigators at both MSU and UVI.

Please send a CV or résumé, three recommendation letters, pertinent unofficial transcripts, and a statement (1-2 pages) highlighting which position you are interested in, relevant experience and skills, and how the position will further your future career goals. Send these materials as a single PDF to:
Edwin Cruz-Rivera
Associate Professor
Department of Biology and Bioenvironmental Science Program
Morgan State University
(I will be happy to discuss further details with you at the Benthics)

Candidates must also apply to MSU's Bioenvironmental Sciences PhD program through Morgan State’s School of Graduate Studies. The link is here:
Coral Microbiology Postdoc Position
Smithsonian Marine Station
We are searching for a Postdoctoral Researcher to work toward the enhancement of coral thermotolerance and disease resistance using probiotic bacteria. As a postdoctoral researcher at the Smithsonian Marine Station (SMS) you will be working with the large, multidisciplinary X-REEFS (neXt generation Reef Engineering to Enhance Future Structures) team, funded by the DARPA Reefense Program to “develop self-healing, hybrid biological, and engineered reef-mimicking structures to mitigate the coastal flooding.” Specifically, you will be working to develop novel techniques for enhancing the adaptive capacity and long-term resilience of corals using probiotic bacteria. This research group is at the forefront of research investigating the development of probiotics to treat stony coral tissue loss disease currently devastating reefs in Florida and the Caribbean and seeks to expand our research into enhanced thermotolerance as well.

Scope of Work:
Establish screening methods to identify probiotic bacterial isolates that impart disease resistance and/or thermotolerance to adult and newly settled corals. Isolate bacterial strains from corals and screen them for probiotic activity. Perform controlled ex situ experiments using probiotics identified during the screening process on multiple coral species, focusing on increased disease resistance and thermotolerance as metrics. Deploy treated recruits and/or adults to the field (nurseries and/or structures), monitor survivorship and growth, compare with same-genotype controls. Test efficacy over time using temperature or disease challenge.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Marine Science, Marine Chemistry
Coastal Carolina University
The Department of Marine Science within the Gupta College of Science at Coastal Carolina University invites applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor of marine chemistry beginning in August 2023 with potential for renewal for up to one academic year. Applicants with expertise in marine chemistry or related aquatic chemistry are encouraged to apply. Teaching responsibilities will include introductory marine science courses and an upper-level undergraduate marine chemistry lecture and laboratory course.

The Department of Marine Science is committed to collaborative, interdisciplinary research and education as one of CCU’s largest undergraduate departments. We seek a highly motivated individual with a commitment to undergraduate and graduate education that embraces the teacher-scholar model and provides active learning experiences in classroom, field, and laboratory settings. This position will support existing degrees in Marine Science and a new B.S. in Marine Coastal Environmental Science beginning in August 2023.
A Ph.D. in marine chemistry, marine science, or related aquatic chemistry by August 2023 and previous teaching experience are required. Post-doctoral experience is preferred.

Coastal Carolina University (CCU) is rapidly expanding and building upon a historic emphasis in interdisciplinary marine science (marine biology, marine geology, marine chemistry, and physical oceanography).

Interested candidates should submit: a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, a statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for three (3) professional references electronically at: Review of application materials will begin May 22, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Coastal Carolina University is an EO/AA employer.
Posting Number: F00349P

Research Assistant (Grand Isle Oyster Hatchery)
Louisiana Sea Grant
This position is responsible for the hatchery production of oyster larvae and seed at the Oyster Hatchery station in Grand Isle, LA. Research Associate will be asked to help develop and lead a water quality monitoring program for the hatchery. Occasionally, the research associate will be involved in research projects. Research projects may focus on water quality, broodstock conditioning and spawning, oyster restoration, and multi-trophic aquaculture. The research associate at may travel for conferences and other work related meetings.

This is a grant-funded, non-tenure track position located at SG OYS Hatchery Operation Center in Grand Isle, Louisiana. Work schedule varies from week to week. Work hours are equivalent to 40 hours per week. Schedule will include some weekend work during production season. Must be able to live on or near Grand Isle. Due to the nature and/or position responsibilities, this position shall be subject to alcohol/drug testing in accordance with University Policy Statement 67.

Job Responsibilities:
The research associate will be required to support hatchery operations in all facets, including: collecting, maintaining, and cleaning broodstock oysters, supporting activities in larvae rearing (cleaning larval rearing tanks, sorting larvae and performing larval counts, maintaining algal cultures, cleaning and inoculating tanks, operating various laboratory equipment), collecting samples and processing data, accurately determining counts of oyster seed, assisting in oyster farm & cage maintenance, maintaining various gear types, removing fouling organisms, and other basic laboratory skills. Other duties as assigned. (90%)

Research associate will be involved in providing support on any research projects being conducted at the hatchery or in the field. This includes reading scientific papers from peer-reviewed journals and manuals from other hatcheries across the United States. (10%)
Ph.D. Assistantship in Seagrass Restoration Ecology
The University of Southern Mississippi
Ph.D. Assistantship in Seagrass Restoration Ecology Available!

A Ph.D. Graduate Assistantship is available to study seagrass restoration ecology. The student will be advised by Dr. Kelly Darnell and will be based at USM’s Gulf Coast Research Laboratory in Ocean Springs, MS. A background in marine science and experience working from small boats and in seagrass are preferred, but not required. The position will begin in Spring 2024 and includes a competitive stipend, tuition, and benefits.

The student will be part of USM’s Division of Coastal Sciences, which is a research and graduate education unit within USM’s School of Ocean Science and Engineering. USM is committed to the principles of shared communal engagement among people who represent diverse backgrounds, identities, beliefs, experiences, and goals. Students from underrepresented groups in marine science are especially encouraged to apply.

Interested students can talk with Kelly Darnell at BEM or send a copy of their CV, unofficial transcripts, and contact information for three professional references to Kelly Darnell (kelly.darnell@usm)
OPS- Research Associate with FWC Lobster Program
Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute
Keys Fisheries Research, Lobster Program

For more details and application link please email:

This position is full-time for at least one year, with the potential for continuation given grant funding. The main responsibilities of this position will include field work, data entry, and video analysis needed to support ongoing research. This includes lobster fishery independent and dependent monitoring in the Florida Keys, wet lab maintenance, boat and truck operation, rigorous field work in near and offshore waters, independent research, and the ability to foster and maintain working relationships with industry professionals. Must be able to work autonomously and maintain excellent communication with supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications:
• A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in one of the biological sciences
• Open-Water Diving Certification
• Ability to perform strenuous field duties in adverse conditions, travel as necessary to conduct field sampling, collect and analyze biological and/or fisheries data, prepare technical reports and communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships
• Maintain a valid drivers license
• Boat operation and trailering experience

Preferred Qualifications:
• Masters degree is preferred but not required; experience or willingness to learn is essential, as is a desire to contribute to the science — with the potential to develop and run their own research projects that align with the FWC mission
• Experience working with crustaceans or benthic invertebrates
• Boat and trailer maintenance
• AAUS Scientific Diver

• Salary $23.50/hr
• State of Florida 401(a) FICA Alternative Plan- mandatory
• Workers’ Compensation- mandatory
• Reemployment Assistance (Unemployment Compensation)- mandatory
• Participation in state group insurance (
Link: None
Engagement Coordinator (marine debris and more)
Louisiana Sea Grant
The Engagement Coordinator will coordinate education and outreach efforts on issues like marine debris, invasive species, fisheries, and wetland health in support of the Education & Engagement Unit in Louisiana Sea Grant (LASG). The goal is to efficiently and effectively advance environmental literacy and workforce development priorities and to foster/maintain strong partnerships with state organizations. The coordinator will supervise technical and student activities in LASG to provide support across the various research, communications, and extension units of LASG to meet priorities as defined in the LASG Strategic Plan. BS or MS preferred
post doc, VR & data visualization
University of New Hampshire
VR Data Visualization in the fields of Space Science and Ocean Mapping

The UNH Space Science Center (SSC), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping Joint Hydrographic Center (CCOM/JHC), and Data Visualization Research Lab (DVRL) are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to develop visualizations of electromagnetic field and bathymetric data in virtual reality. Specific tasks include:

· Design VR environments in Unity, augmenting prior art from the CCOM/JHC DVRL on interactive point-cloud manipulation and flow visualization.

· Support local manipulation of streaming data from cloud-based bathymetric data processing algorithms

· Implement and visualize reconstructions of electromagnetic field measurements

· Implement combined grid reconstructions, guidance statistics, and source point visualizations

· Incorporate interactive features for the user, particularly with free-space manipulation tools (e.g., pairs of 6-DOF controllers)

In addition, this project contains a public outreach component and will support NASA press releases. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will work with local K-12 schools to showcase science in VR as well as with the NASA Science Visualization Studio (SVS) to create visualizations for press release articles regarding the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission.

Questions regarding visualization components can be directed to DVRL’s Director, Thomas Butkiewicz ( Questions regarding bathymetric data processing components should be directed to CCOM’s Associate Director, Brian Calder ( Questions regarding the electromagnetic field reconstructions, public outreach, or press releases should be sent to SSC Professor Matthew Argall (

This is a two-year appointment.
College of Charleston
The Department of Biology at the College of Charleston invites applications for a renewable one-year visiting position in Biology at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2023. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in biology or a related field and a strong commitment to teaching. Primary teaching responsibilities may include lecture sections of introductory biology and a sophomore-level general and/or marine biodiversity, ecology and conservation course. The typical semester load is 12 contact hours, where laboratories count as 3 contact hours. We are especially interested in candidates with previous teaching experience. While this is primarily a teaching position, we are also interested in candidates who can bring an ongoing research program to the department.
The College of Charleston, located in Charleston, SC, is a public liberal arts and sciences institution of 11,000 students, with MS programs in Marine Biology and Environmental Studies, and a commitment to excellence in teaching and research. Satellite facilities include the 850+ acre Stono Preserve located 18 miles west of campus and the College of Charleston Marine Laboratory which is eight miles south of campus. Charleston is surrounded by extensive natural areas including Francis Marion National Forest, the ACE Basin, and barrier islands, and there are ample opportunities to collaborate with researchers at neighboring research institutions including: the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), the Citadel, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, University of South Carolina (USC), Clemson Coastal Research and Education Center, and USDA Vegetable Laboratory. Information about the department is available at See for more information.
Natural Science: Lecturer, Non-Tenure-Track, College of General Studies, Boston University. (Fall 2023)
Boston University
1 year position w/ the possibility of renewal for an additional 2 years. Unionized position with a starting salary of $70K. You will be joining a small faculty of 7 biologists and 2 physicists who teach in a team system with colleagues in the humanities & social sciences. We actively seek to diversify our faculty, recognizing that diversity of experience deepens the intellectual endeavor & nurtures intellectual & social skills that allow skillful engagement across social, cultural, & philosophical differences.
The assignment is teaching an introductory biology course focusing on
population/community ecology & evolution (including humans) in the fall & a human ecology course w/ an interdisciplinary capstone project in the spring. We have a vibrant undergraduate research program via our Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning that pairs students w/ faculty interests.
We seek exceptional scholars w/ a Ph.D. in biology; teaching experience at the college level required. Applications require: 1) cover letter describing your teaching & research interests & how those fit w/in our interdisciplinary mission, 2) CV, 3) 3 current letters of recommendation, 4) statement of teaching philosophy & how you would develop pedagogies that encourage full participation of students, 5) a statement of research interests focused on undergraduates, 6) a writing sample. Please send materials electronically to Dr. Kari Lavalli, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, College of General Studies, Boston University. Deadline for receipt of all materials is May 31, 2023. Initial interviews will be by Zoom, followed by in-person interviews.
Modelling the efficacy of constructed wetlands for hydrology and water quality outcomes in tropical catchments
James Cook University
We are offering a PhD candidature in the field of floodplain hydrology and coastal water quality modeling based in the Centre for Tropical Water and Aquatic Ecosystem Research (TropWATER). The successful PhD candidate will be focused on delivering coastal wetland restoration outcomes in blue carbon, water quality and biodiversity, and assist government advance towards Great Barrier Reef water quality targets.
Methodologies: Computer hydrology and water quality modeling platforms; Field work to deploy and maintain loggers and sensors; Working with broad range of end users; Communication of results to government and scientist colleagues.
Essential: BSc Honors Class I or M.Sc. (or equivalent); Excellent computer programming, communication, and organisational skills; Forward thinking, innovation and creativity are encouraged ; Extensive field work experience with deployment and management of water loggers and autosamplers
Desirable: experience with nutrient cycling and processes in tropical locations; field work experience and ability to maintain and calibrate scientific equipment • demonstrated publication record in the field in high impact journals; basic skills and experience with presentations and workshops with end users.
Scholarship: JCU-level stipend of $28,597 per annum for 3 years, full-time study.
Application: Send your CV, a copy of your academic record, and a 2-page cover letter outlining your research goals and experience relevant to the research topic by 04/30/23
Conditions of Scholarship: Successful enrolment as a James Cook University PhD candidate; Application for alternative scholarship funding, including the JCU Postgraduate Research Scholarship, in each year of candidature. Should such an application be successful and that scholarship is of lesser value to the AITHM Scholarship, the scholarship holder will receive the balance of the AITHM Scholarship.
Digital Communications Specialist
Lynker, NOAA
Lynker, a contractor to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is currently seeking to hire a talented individual to serve as a Digital Communications Specialist for the Office of Response and Restoration's (ORR - ) Marine Debris Program (MDP - ), a program within the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) National Ocean Service.
Southeast Regional Marine Debris Coordinator
Lynker, NOAA
Lynker is currently seeking to hire a talented individual to serve as a Southeast Regional Marine Debris Coordinator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) Marine Debris Program (MDP). This individual will work with NOAA's Marine Debris Program (MDP) ( ), which is headquartered in NOAA's Silver Spring, Maryland offices.
Great Lakes Regional Marine Debris Coordinator
Lynker, NOAA
Lynker is currently seeking to hire a talented individual to serve as a Great Lakes Regional Marine Debris Coordinator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) Marine Debris Program (MDP). This individual will work with NOAA's Marine Debris Program (MDP) (, which is headquartered in NOAA's Silver Spring, Maryland offices.
ALFA Eminent Fellowship- MS Position
Troy University Biology Department
Masters thesis student to work in meiofauna lab. Salary $18,000 per year, 20 hrs/week. Graduate tuition paid. Position opening either August 1 2023 or January 1, 2024. Email
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