The Bureau of Reclamation is hiring two Fish Biologists for their Columbia-Cascades Area Office in Yakima, WA. Reclamation is seeking a career professional looking for an opportunity to capitalize on his or her expertise as a Fish Biologist. Make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment.
Here is an opportunity to join a great organization with excellent growth potential!
Sound Salmon Solutions is seeking to hire two seasonal Habitat Restoration Technicians for the upcoming field season. In this position, the technicians will
implement field-based restoration efforts both independently, as a team and under the supervision of SSS staff Habitat Specialist, Habitat Coordinator, Program
Manager and any project partners to improve water quality, habitat quality and quantity. For more information about Sound Salmon Solutions and the work that they
do, visit: www.soundsalmonsolutions.org and www.facebook.com/soundsalmonsolutions
For full details of the position requirements, please visit: http://www.soundsalmonsolutions.org/employment/
Application deadline is December 1, 2016.
SAFS Professor Julia Parrish is featured on Huffington Post:
‘The puffins were not supposed to be there. Though the birds are a common sight on the Alaskan island of St. Paul, they typically fly the coop before October, heading south to overwinter.
But a few bedraggled birds had been discovered on the wind-swept, rocky shoreline of the North Pacific island during the first week of October.
2017 Ocean Science Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program
Students in our REU program can choose to conduct research in Monterey Bay in the following areas (the list of research topics within each area is not exhaustive):
Marine Biology and Ecology (includes population ecology, kelp forest ecology, marine landscape ecology, marine microbiology, population genetics, ecophysiology and biomechanics)
We want to make sure UW students know about the new Science Exploration Alternative Spring Break programs in the Yakama Nation. We want to build a team diverse in strengths and experiences, and always seek representational leadership. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Both programs are for-credit opportunities.
Visit the Science ASB website page Here
The online application is Here
Deadline: Wednesday, November 30th
If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
The Division of Marine Science and Conservation, part of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, invites applications for a full time tenure track faculty position, based at the Duke Marine Laboratory on the North Carolina coast. We seek to recruit and retain a diverse workforce to maintain the excellence of the University, and offer students varied perspectives, ways of knowing, and learning.
Faculty Position in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Rochester
The Department of Biology at the University of Rochester invites applications for a faculty position (open rank) in evolution or ecology. We are seeking candidates that extend our program in Evolution, Ecology, Genetics, and Genomics. Candidates working with systems and/or approaches not currently represented in our group are particularly encouraged to apply.
New for Winter 2017
The Writing Minor is designed to provide students with concentrated study of and practice in writing, language, and rhetoric. The Minor is most appropriate for students entering writing-intensive careers such as journalism, business, law, publishing, editing, education, and public relations or for students interested in enhancing their writing, analytic and communication skills.
Now Hiring: Aquaculture Specialist
California Sea Grant is seeking a resourceful, innovative scientist with a background in marine or estuarine aquaculture (freshwater expertise considered). The Aquaculture Specialist will provide research-based information and leadership in topical areas related to aquaculture husbandry, nutrition, genetics, diseases, systems design, or policy.
Reporting to the CASG Extension Director, the Aquaculture Specialist will be based at the California State University’s Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML); however the Specialist will be a full-time employee of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.
SAFS Prof. Tim Essington is featured in UW Today:
‘Two University of Washington professors are leading an effort to help U.S. fisheries consider the larger marine environment, rather than just a single species, when managing a fishery.
Tim Essington, a UW professor of aquatic and fishery sciences, and Phil Levin, a UW professor of practice and lead scientist at The Nature Conservancy, head a taskforce convened by the Lenfest Ocean Program to guide managers on implementing ecosystem-based fisheries management.