The Gulf Research Program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine is seeking a strategic and visionary leader to serve as its Executive Director. The position is responsible for fulfilling the vision, defining the strategic direction, and leading the development of our multi-dimensional program.
Delaware Sea Grant, housed within the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, is currently seeking applications for our Marine Education Specialist position. The position is open until filled, but for best consideration, please submit materials prior to August 10, 2018.
We have an opening for a teacher of marine science at Walton High School in DeFuniak Springs, Florida. Our county has twenty-six miles of beautiful gulf coast beaches, complete with dune lakes too. There are plenty of local resources to bolster your curriculum! See the job posting or contact principal Janet Currid at 850-892-1270.
Public perception of aquaculture is a significant barrier to marine aquaculture development in the United States. Contractor support is required to help communicate NOAA’s expanding role in aquaculture and help decrease the public perception barrier to expanding aquaculture. Please Note: This position is contingent upon contract award.
Restore America’s Estuaries is excited to partner with CITGO to provide grants to organizations and groups interested in hosting National Estuaries Week events in the Gulf of Mexico region. These grants are intended to provide groups with funding to host new events, or to increase the impact of existing events, in celebration of National Estuaries Week.
The School Programs Coordinator is directly responsible for the creation, implementation, execution and volunteer training of school-based programs at Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC). This individual will liaise with the Palm Beach County School District and coordinate successful educational programming both on campus and off campus.
THIBODAUX, LA – In order to help local residents identify invasive plants and help control their spread, the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program (BTNEP) recently published a new residents’ guide titled Managing Invasive Plants. The publication identifies potentially damaging invasive plants and gives residents information on biological control, chemical control with herbicides, and techniques for manual or mechanical control.
The person in this position is responsible for writing contracts and sub-award; developing conservation and restoration project scopes through collaboration with RESTORE Act Representatives, NOAA, Federal and State Agencies, non-profits and other entities; developing monitoring plans, data collection and reporting; and working with sub-awardees and maintaining quality control for the deliverables of the Program. The deadline to apply is July 13, 2018.
The Student Conservation Association is recruiting young adults (18+) to participate in a six-month paid position this fall. Crew members will be removing non-native plant species, restoring shoreline, testing water quality, and rebuilding boardwalks and trails in coastal Alabama.
The primary responsibility of the Environmental and Conservation Program Manager is to facilitate opportunities for corps members to develop work skills, provide leadership experience, increase their community involvement, improve their knowledge of the environment and gain valuable teaching and public speaking skills.