Did you take intro to parasitology and can identify parasites? Want to visit Senegal?
The Wood Lab is looking for a full time, temporary, Lab Tech 1, starting in January 2017. This position will work mostly in Seattle, with a few weeks in Senegal.
STEM Tutoring LLC, a small innovative tutoring agency based in Bellevue, is searching for MATH, BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY and PHYSICS tutors for high school students. At STEM Tutoring, our primary focus is connecting well with students, knowing that if a student enjoys their time with us, we can make significant progress helping them develop, not only academically, but socially and emotionally as well.
Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences – Assistant Professor (AA20205)
Organization: College of the Environment, Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Title : Assistant Professor
Search Number : AA20205
As a part of the College of the Environment at the University of Washington (http://coenv.uw.edu), the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (SAFS) invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor (0116) position (100% FTE, 9 months/year, multi-year) in polar marine or freshwater ecology as part of its continuing commitment to research and education on Earth’s high-latitude regions through the Future of Ice Initiative (http://ice.uw.edu).
UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management is inviting applications for a tenure-track position in Freshwater Ecology and Conservation. The department has recently grown in the area of freshwater science with recent hires in hydrology and freshwater science & management, so this position offers an exciting opportunity for the right individual.
Please help us get the word out by forwarding this email or the web link below to your advanced PhD students, postdocs, and early-career faculty.
Please let interested folks know that there are three positions open in the Groundfish Assessment Program, 2 located in Seattle and 1 in Kodiak.
The MAP and DE announcements for three Fish Biologist, ZP-0482-2 FPL 3 positions have been posted. The announcements will open on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 and close on Monday, September 19, 2016. These are competitive, permanent positions open for both Federal (MAP) and non-Federal (DE) candidates.
Department of Biological Sciences
Competition No. – A106129981
Closing Date – Nov 10, 2016
We invite applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Fish Conservation Biology. We are interested in applications from excellent candidates who study any aspect of fish conservation, using any taxonomic group(s), at any level(s) of organization. Use of empirical and/or theoretical approaches in the field or the lab are all welcomed.
Director of the Salish Sea Research Center – F/T
OPENING DATE: August 10, 2016
REVIEW DATE: September 2, 2016
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled
START DATE: As soon as possible
LOCATION: NWIC Main Campus
SALARY: $58,000 – $62,000 Max DOE
SUPERVISOR: Vice President, Campus Development and Administrative Services
Position Description: Environmental Science Center Salmon Naturalist
The Environmental Science Center (ESC) is a non-profit organization, offering quality, experiential environmental education programs at local beaches, streams, forested areas, and in classrooms throughout South King County. We are currently hiring Naturalists for our fall 2016 Salmon Heroes Program, to take place at Normandy Park Cove in Burien and along the Cedar River at the Renton Community Center.
School of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
Washington State University
The School of Biological Sciences at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, invites applications for a full-time, permanent, tenure-track faculty position in behavioral ecology. This position is to be filled at the Assistant Professor level and will begin in August of 2017.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking a fisheries biologist to lead a monitoring program evaluating genetic and ecological interactions between hatchery and wild steelhead in Puget Sound. Responsibilities include strategic long-term research planning, designing and implementing new field surveys, supporting ongoing population monitoring work, and communicating research results to natural resource managers, fishery scientists, and stakeholders. The successful candidate will shape the future of WDFW’s research program supporting adaptive management of steelhead hatcheries in Puget Sound.