Benthic Invertebrate Researcher; Saltwater Inc.

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.

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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.

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The Borman Research Assistantship in Estuarine and Natural Resource Science Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (2021-2022) 

This funding opportunity is open to graduate students or advanced undergraduates who are interested in conducting research  on the science and/or management of coastal and estuarine ecosystems. Proposals for research that investigates any aspect  of estuarine science or coastal zone management and policy will be considered. If awarded, the assistantship will be in the  form of a contract with the student totaling $6,000, provisioned over a 12-18 month period. A final report (or thesis) and  public seminar are required at the conclusion of the funded project. 

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College of the Environment Diversity Courses for Undergrads

All UW undergraduate students need to complete at least 3 credits of a Diversity (DIV) course to meet university degree requirements. If you are interested in exploring environmental science and studies courses which meet this, the College of the Environment has a single page listing all the offered courses with details on availability, instructor and content.

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Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship opportunities with NMFS

NMFS West Coast Region has partnered with the Ray Diversity Fellowship to offer four, 2-year paid fellowships to people from underrepresented communities who have recently earned their undergraduate degree.

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Northeast Fisheries Science Center Contract Staff Positions

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.

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US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Region 10 Internships

This morning, the U.S. EPA Region 10 opened applications for their newly launched internship program. Students should review the eligibility and required documents carefully and apply as soon as possible.  Applications must be submitted prior to 9:00 PM Pacific on February 3, 2021.  The job announcement is limited to 250 applications and may close before February 3, 2021 if the limit is reached.

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Spring Internships at COASST

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The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a citizen science program based at the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, is looking for 3-4 undergraduate students to assist with data entry and management; volunteer recruitment, training, and communication; and program outreach.

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Job for current UW students: Program Assistant, College of the Environment Dean’s Office

The College of the Environment Academic Affairs office is hiring for one to two part-time program assistants.

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Ecological Society of America (ESA) 2021 Student & Careers Resource Symposium

The ESA Student Section is hosting the 2021 Student & Careers Resource Symposium in the week of January 25th, 2021. The symposium will be a five-day event with sessions each day. This event is free to attend for everyone.

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