Austin, Texas — In a postdoc position, you’ll be able to work in marine biology, oceanography, or oceanography-related fields and gain a deeper understanding of marine biology and the marine environment.
There’s also an opportunity for a postdoctoral fellowship.
These positions are available in a variety of fields, including biology, microbiology, plant and microbial ecology, and ecology.
The following career paths are available to postdocs, with more available in the coming weeks.
Postdocs are required to have completed at least one year of postdoctoral work in an accredited laboratory in a science-related field (listed below) before applying for this job.
Postdoc marine scientists are also eligible to apply to the U.S. Marine Mammal Program and the U,S.
Army Corps of Engineers National Marine Fisheries Service.
For more information on how to apply, see the jobs page.
For the first time in our history, we’re asking postdocs to be involved in the science community.
To learn more about how we’re creating a new marine science workforce, read our blog post, “The Next Wave of Marine Science.”
You’ll need a college degree to apply for the Marine Science Job Board, which is available online for undergraduate students, postdocs and graduate students.
The deadline to apply is February 19, 2019.
A $50,000 award will be given to the best and brightest students in the field of marine science in the first round of application.
Students who complete the initial application process will be selected for a second round of applications in 2019.
For those who don’t apply, you can still participate in the application process by visiting the job board website, selecting the category you want to work, and clicking on “apply now.”
Please note that this position is not a competitive one.
To apply, email [email protected] marine.org.
To get more information about our marine sciences and marine science career opportunities, visit the careers page.