UW Environmental Career Fair
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Mary Gates Hall Commons, UW Seattle Campus
Hosted by the College of the Environment
Job announcement: Research Scientist 1 to work on the RAM Legacy Stock Assessment Database (See http://ramlegacy.org/ ) and other databases.
Please see job description and apply if you are interested: https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=128660
If it is of interest, and funding remains available, there may be potential to transition into a graduate student role under Prof. Ray Hilborn for the right candidate.
I’m hiring a biologist/senior biologist (see link below) to work with me on various projects including monitoring or some restoration projects and some watershed assessment work. It would be a good position for someone with a masters and some experience. Please forward it to anyone you think would be interested. Hope all is well and Happy New Year.
Phil Roni, Ph.D.
Vacancy for a Professional Officer
Applications are invited for the post of a Professional Officer based at the ICES Secretariat in Copenhagen, Denmark.
ICES is an intergovernmental organization that develops science and advice to support the sustainable use of the oceans. Our network includes more than 4000 scientists from over 350 marine institutes in 20 member countries and beyond.
The Professional Officer will assist with the strengthening of the technical and scientific input to ICES work to provide scientific advice, including the development of new products and deliverables.
The position will be open until December 14 and can be found on TNC’s careers website. Attached is a shorter form of the job description, which can be circulated at will. Below is a brief description of the essential functions, duties, and qualifications for the position:
The Nature Conservancy’s Washington Chapter seeks an Aquatic Ecologist to provide scientific and technical leadership for the Conservancy’s conservation projects in Washington.
Please find the attached vacancy posting for the Region 5 Fish Passage Program Coordinator position at the Northeast Regional Office in Hadley, Massachusetts (Fish Biologist – GS-0482-12/13). This vacancy announcement opened on 11/20/15 on USAJOBS.GOV, and will close on 12/04/15.
A great Coordinator will work collaboratively to integrate strategies across programs, build partnerships, and be part of a high functioning team and fun program.
Assistant Professor in Fisheries Oceanography at Oregon State University
The Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station (COMES) at Oregon State University (OSU) invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor in Fisheries Oceanography. We seek an engaged and enthusiastic colleague to complement the existing strengths at OSU in marine research, teaching, outreach, and service, and be part of our novel Marine Studies Initiative.
Restoration Monitoring Data and Information Specialist
The National Wildlife Refuge Association, in partnership with Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and the USFWS Pacific Region Inventory and Monitoring Program, seeks an individual with strong restoration ecology, database development, and ecological monitoring design skills for an 18-month period to help Refuge staff meet scientific information needs associated with expanding habitat restoration and weed control programming.
We are looking for a highly motivated, hardworking individual who is interested in the development and collaboration with various interest groups to restore priority watersheds. This position works closely with our zone hydrologist as part of a watershed team in achieving program objectives and targets as set forth in approved management plans, programs, and BLIs.
Please fill out and return the attached outreach form if you are interested.
A Fishery Biologist ZP-2 position will be opening in Kodiak, AK with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s RACE Division. This position is with the Groundfish Assessment Program and the biologist will be supporting the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands Bottom Trawl Surveys and other studies on groundfish research. Applications will be open from 10/19/15 until 10/26/15. For more information and application information visit