The four Sea Grant College Programs of the Gulf of Mexico are pleased to release this announcement for four non-tenured track, 12-month, two-year limited term, grant funded positions related to a new oil spill science outreach program.
The department is looking for applicants in all fields of observational/field-oriented ocean chemistry that complement existing strengths. The candidate should have a PhD degree, postdoctoral experience and a research track record that is exceptional for his/her career stage.
MBARI seeks a Principal Investigator (PI) to develop and direct a small team working in the general area of the fate and impacts of ocean greenhouse gases.
The Communications Manager will assist in setting and guiding the strategy for Schmidt Ocean Institute’s program communications, public relations messaging, and outreach programs to consistently articulate our mission as a public benefit ocean research facility operator.
RCUH is seeking a seagoing physical oceanographic researcher experienced in data collection, quality control, management, and analysis using oceanographic instrumentation.
The NSF is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Program Director in the Directorate for Geosciences (GEO), Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE), Marine Geology and Geophysics (MGG) Program, Arlington, VA.
Duke University, one of the world’s finest research universities and a leader in interdisciplinary innovation and global engagement, seeks a Dean of the Nicholas School of the Environment.
Schmidt Ocean Institute is currently seeking highly experienced candidates for the position of Port Engineer.
This position is an Administrator III in the California State University Management Personnel Plan (MPP), reporting to the Dean of the College of Science & Engineering.
The University of Southern Mississippi invites applicants for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track faculty position as an assistant professor of physical oceanography in the Department of Marine Science at the Stennis Space Center to begin in fall 2014.