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Entry Level Natural Resource/Marine Scientist, AECOM (Chelmsford, MA)

AECOM is actively seeking a highly motivated Entry Level Natural Resources/Marine Scientist for employment in the Pocasset, MA office. This position is expected to begin in May 2021.

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Campaign Associate – Save the Orcas, Environment America (Seattle, WA)

We are seeking a Campaign Associate who will spearhead this campaign and work with our experienced team of advocates, researchers, and digital and communications experts. Entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply; we provide training on advocacy and organizing skills, as well as oversight and on-the-ground training by an experienced advocate. Ideal candidates will have leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, an eagerness to learn, and be ready for a challenge. We value organizing experience, including building campus or community groups.

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Marine Education Specialist, University of Southern Mississippi (Ocean Springs, MS)

This position supports the Marine Education Center with the Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute through coordination of a multidisciplinary group of undergraduate students at Tuskegee University, the Ocean Explorers.  The successful applicant will help recruit student interns, coordinate logistical arrangements, manage telepresence and virtual capabilities, maintain records, assist in report-writing, mentor undergraduate students, and travel locally, regionally and nationally.  The position includes significant interaction with project partners from a broad spectrum of audiences, including several institutions of higher education.

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Biological Science Assistant (Shellfish Assessment Sampler), Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (Newport, OR)

The primary responsibility of this position will be to conduct intertidal and subtidal surveys of shellfish populations and habitats in coastal estuaries as a member of the SEACOR (Shellfish and Estuarine Assessment of Coastal Oregon) team. This position will participate in other ecological studies of shellfish populations to address resource management needs (e.g. Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) flights to map eelgrass; acoustic surveys to map bathymetry and habitats), conduct laboratory analyses of SEACOR field samples (e.g. grain size analysis), and help maintain SEACOR field equipment and boats.

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Undergraduate Assistant, UW Program on Climate Change

Undergraduate Assistant Needed in the UW Program on Climate Change Office! This position is best suited to someone interested in learning more climate science and in interacting with the UW and affiliated climate community. 

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Internship in Marine Biodiversity Science, Smithsonian MarineGEO

The Smithsonian Institution’s MarineGEO program seeks to recruit a motivated intern to join our team. The intern will assist with developing an iNaturalist project (https://www.inaturalist.org) to collect and serve to the public information on marine organisms observed at sites in the MarineGEO network.

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Two Openings: Full-time/non-permanent Scientific Technician 2, WA Dpt. of Fish and Wildlife (Seattle, WA)

The Fish Program within the Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking to fill TWO (2) Scientific Technician 2 positions. We are seeking highly motivated and experienced field technicians to collect field data associated with adult salmon in the Lake Washington watershed while promoting the conservation of Washington State’s salmonid populations.

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National Estuarine Research Reserve Education Assistant, Washington Conservation Corps (Bayview, WA)

WCC Individual Placement: Education Assistant
Position summary
The Education Assistant will be located at the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) in Bayview, Wash., which is one of 29 Reserves throughout the country. The Assistant will gain a broad range of experience in educational settings that engage K-12 and public audiences in the field and through programs offered at the Padilla Bay Interpretive Center. 

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Washington Sea Grant Keystone Fellowship (deadline July 29, 2020)

The Fellowship offers first-hand experience working on projects that help us better understand, conserve and utilize Washington’s ocean and coastal resources while building pathways into marine related careers for individuals who are historically underrepresented in those fields.

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Camp Counselor – Temporary, Seattle Aquarium (Seattle, WA)

The Seattle Aquarium is hiring four camp counselors (CCs) to join the summer camp team! CCs carry out the daily procedures of camp while occasionally supporting the lead instructor in administrative tasks. They act as role models and mentors in marine science, conservation and empathy. CCs work with all ages of campers while leading groups of up to 11 (usually 10).

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