The mission of the UCI is to serve the public interest as a forum for scientific and policy research, education and collaboration, which fosters the application of the best available science and information to support healthy and productive coastal ecosystems and an ecologically sustainable and economically vibrant future for coastal communities. The UCI was established in September 2005 as one of Monmouth University’s “Centers of Distinction”. The UCI builds on the University’s growing strengths in environmental science, business and economics, and public policy and collaboration with the Kislak Real Estate Institute and Polling Institute. The UCI supports collaborative and interdisciplinary research and educational programs, as well as extramural partnerships with universities, community colleges, public and private sector groups and individuals with expertise in coastal and ocean related issues.
The Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island is seeking applications for a tenure-track Associate or Full Professor to serve as Director of the Coastal Resources Center. This faculty position will be an academic year appointment with an expected start date of September, 2017.
The Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island is seeking applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor specializing in autonomous vehicle systems and data processing in the fields of ocean observation and marine robotics. The new faculty position will be an academic year appointment with an expected start date of September, 2017.
The Graduate School of Oceanography at the University of Rhode Island is seeking applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor specializing in Biological Oceanography.
The JIMAR PacIOOS Data Applications Specialist is a new full-time, exciting position supporting data management functions for JIMAR (at PIFSC) and PacIOOS. This includes designing, developing, and implementing new applications to make it easier for both employees and external stakeholders to more easily access information from both organizations. Our stakeholders rely on timely, reliable, accurate ocean and fisheries data and information to support their decision-making. This position will help make this possible by providing database support, coordinating data management tools and applications, and developing and implementing new ways to make data easy-to-access.
EMSO ERIC, the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and Water-Column Observatory European Research Infrastructure Consortium, seeks a Director General (DG) who will lead this newly formalised organisation through its initiation and first years. The European Multidisciplinary Seafloor and water-column Observatory (EMSO) is a research infrastructure at fixed-point monitoring nodes connecting European marine research facilities: from the Arctic, through the North Atlantic, to the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
The Department of Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry (MC&G) at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (www.whoi.edu/main/mcg) invites exceptional candidates to apply for a tenure‐track or tenured scientific‐staff position (Assistant, Associate and Senior Scientist) to complement and expand existing programs on the chemistry of the ocean and its interactions with the Earth as a whole. Core departmental strengths include: biogeochemistry and organic geochemistry; microbial ecology and molecular biology; carbon, nutrient, and trace element cycling; air‐sea exchange; coastal, estuarine, wetland and river geochemistry & biogeochemistry; sediment geochemistry; fluid‐rock interactions; igneous geochemistry; noble gas geochemistry; and isotope systematics.
The American Institute of Physics is seeking a Science Policy Analyst. The successful candidate will actively monitor and analyze developments in federal science legislation, budgets, leadership, and related matters, for FYI, an authoritative news and resource center for federal science policy. Under the guidance of the Director of Science Policy, write, edit, and publish content for multiple FYI products as part of an editorial team. Make contributions to the development of a growing suite of new and existing FYI products. Work to grow the visibility and readership of FYI in the national physical sciences community and in Washington, D.C.
The Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) at the University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Associate position. This will be a collaborative project with investigators from NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center (John Walter, Mandy Karnauskas, Skyler Sagarese) in Miami, FL and the Southeast Regional Office (SERO) in St. Petersburg, FL (Nick Farmer).
The Physical Oceanography Department at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (http://www.whoi.edu/main/PO) invites applications for a tenure track position on our scientific staff. The successful candidate will join a collaborative group of scientists who address a wide range of fundamental problems in ocean and climate dynamics, as well as interdisciplinary research questions, using observations, modeling, theory, and laboratory experiments.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) seeks a Research Engineer who will work as a Principal Investigator (PI) to advance collaborative projects in science and engineering. Desired focal areas include the definition and development of technology to observe and measure biological systems in the ocean. The development of novel analytical methods that advance and synthesize our understanding of the interplay between physical and biological processes in marine ecosystems is also of interest.
Applications are now being accepted for the position of Extension Program Leader with the Texas Sea Grant College Program, a non-academic center within the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University. Texas Sea Grant is a partnership between the State of Texas and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).