Please see below and share the link to a new internship opportunity in our Shellfish Licensing and Certification section for 2 Environmental Specialists. These positions will be for 3 months (mid-June to mid-Sept) and the recruitment will close on April 25. It’s a great chance to get out in the field!Read more
Assist in removal of marine debris (primarily derelict fishing gear and plastics) from the Northwest Hawaiian Islands (French Frigate Shoals).
Our work: Our crew of 9 employees and volunteers will be conducting cleanup operations at Tern Island, French Frigate Shoals. For 10 days, our crew will be camping on Tern Island and cleaning up the above-mentioned types of debris.
Great new resources that are definitely relevant to Marine Biology undergraduates via the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences.Read more
Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs seeks a Program Manager to coordinate and implement all aspects of the organization’s work, including the Ocean Awareness Contest and related educational programming.Read more
The Communications Specialist, who will be supervised by New York Sea Grant’s Communications Manager, will assist with the program’s website re-design and maintenance, including keeping content fresh and updated, and incorporating latest technology and other communications techniques.Read more
My name is Natalie Knops and I am the program director for the National Student Leadership Conference’s Marine Biology program which will be held at the University of Washington this summer. The NSLC offers pre-college summer programs for high school students facilitated by current undergraduates. Our program’s main focus is on developing leadership capacity within ambitious young adults while introducing the wide array of career possibilities within marine biology. I am looking to hire several rising seniors, juniors, and sophomores to serve as Team Advisors and Assistant Team Advisors for our program. The position is paid/full-time.Read more
The position of Biological Technician provides critical support for the organization by assisting science staff with project reporting tasks, literature reviews, data management and summaries, fieldwork, and administrative related tasks such as expense tracking, travel arrangements, equipment procurement, vehicle maintenance, and other office activities to promote an efficient workflow. This position is office based with occasional fieldwork.Read more
We are recruiting for a qualified scientist to work as a benthic invertebrate researcher on a federal contract we are bidding. This position is full-time, based in Seattle, WA, and will start in May 2021. Our ideal job candidate will be experienced in identifying benthic invertebrates, self-motivated with strong analytical skills, resourceful, organized, adept at creative problem-solving, and a team player who excels in a dynamic environment.Read more
Project Assistant (Junior Specialist); Marine Science Institute, University of California Santa Barbara
The Marine Science Institute is seeking a qualified Junior Specialist in marine science to work with the California Sea Grant Extension Program and collaborating researchers on a marine biotoxin and fisheries project. This work aims to identify factors influencing biotoxin impacts on fished species, particularly crustaceans.Read more
The NEFSC Cooperative Research Branch is hiring several new contract staff to support the Branch’s research initiatives. We would appreciate any assistance in circulating these announcements to recruit a diverse and skilled pool of candidates. Some positions may be filled soon so interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.Read more