Associate Research Scientist (Programme Support)

IAEA Environmental Laboratories

Closing date: 3 December 2017. Position open for US citizens.

This position is part of an IOC-UNESCO/IAEA- collaboration to support Global Ocean Acidification Observation  Network (GOA-ON).

Under supervision of the Head of the Radioecology Laboratory, the Associate Research Scientist (Programme Support) is: (1) a technical specialist assisting in planning and implementing of all GOA-ON activities, (2) a network facilitator promoting global integration and coordination for the GOA-ON, and (3) a communicator preparing and presenting results to the broader community through reports and scientific publications. For more information visit: IAEA Website

 

Monday, November 20, 2017
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Ocean Acidification Research Assistantship

University of Alaska-Fairbanks

Position: Research Assistantship (Ph.D. in Marine Biology)- at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

One Ph.D. student is sought to study the physiological impacts of increased pCO2 on clam species that are of subsistence importance to Alaska Native communities. Taking an integrative approach, this project includes biochemical, microscopy and carbonate chemistry analyses with the opportunities for seasonal field work in Kachemak Bay, Alaska.

Thursday, November 9, 2017
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Natural Resource Specialist 2 (Ocean Acidification Assistand Project Leader)

Fish division of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

This position is in the Marine Resources Program (MRP) administered by the Fish division of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) located in Newport, Oregon. For more information on this position visit: Natural Resource Specialist 2.

Monday, October 23, 2017
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Ocean and Coastal Acidification Web Manager and Collaboration Facilitator

Northeastern Regional Association for Coastal Ocean Observing Systems (NERACOOS)

The OCA Web Manager and Collaboration Facilitator will be responsible for maintaining the content of the ocean acidification collaboration website. They will also be responsible for maintaining workspace tools used by collaboration teams to effectively coordinate activities and communicate domestically and internationally. The qualified candidate will ensure a current and attractive website that highlights activities and issues related to ocean acidification that are of interest to a range of stakeholders. S/he will also work to build the number of users of the collaboration website and to guide current users to fully utilize the website capacities. Administratively, the candidate will employ web-based tools to coordinate implementation team meetings, maintain a calendar of events, keep and maintain mailing lists, and manage documents through the website to ensure smooth and ongoing communication within and between collaboration teams. The OCA Web Manager and Collaboration Facilitator will be responsible for reporting on website activities to the community and general public through website content and other means.
Monday, September 11, 2017

Oceanographer

Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission

The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission has an open position for an oceanographer. This position will focus primarily on changing ocean conditions and associated impacts to species of interest, specifically as they relate to tribal ocean fishery resources. The species of interest include all marine species of importance to the coastal tribes that includes, but not limited to the following: flatfish, rockfish, halibut, groundfish (e.g., sablefish, lingcod and Pacific whiting), and forage fish (e.g., sardine and smelt) as well as the base of food web that these species depend upon. The incumbent will work under the direction of the coastal tribe’s fishery managers and their pertinent technical staff to support their marine science needs. This position will participate within international, federal, state and inter-tribal forums as well as scientific collaboratives as requested by the coastal tribes to observe, analyze, and report on the impacts of changing ocean condition related to treaty resources and ocean fishery management. This position will keep the coastal tribes informed on the current state of knowledge with changing ocean conditions and work with technical staff and partner researchers to conduct novel research in understanding how changing ocean conditions will impact treaty resources. The position will apply for grant funding, write grant reports, and publish scientific literature that will benefit the interests and concerns of the coastal tribes.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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