[Coral-List] Molecular Biologist/Biochemist Position, Immediate Opening
Cheryl.Woodley at noaa.gov
Fri Feb 4 17:02:22 EST 2005
Please pass this contract scientist position announcement along to
anyone you think may be interested.
*Molecular Biologist/Biochemist Position*
A contract scientist position is available to assist in scientific
and technical oversight of a multi-disciplinary research program
using molecular, genetic and biochemical approaches for assessing
the health status of marine organisms. The focus of the work will be
on scleractinian corals and their associated microbial communities.
The research may be conducted collaboratively with investigators
from academic, state and other federal institutions. The work
location is at the NOAA National Ocean Service, Center for Coastal
Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR), Charleston,
SC. *Qualifications*: Masters Degree with three years of research
experience or Ph.D. Degree in Cellular/Molecular Biology,
Biochemistry, or other relevant discipline. The candidate must
demonstrate technical competency in advanced genomics or proteomics.
Experience in developing, planning, and implementing research
projects, as well as communication and interpersonal skills, is also
required. Experience in working with invertebrate systems is
desirable. *Salary*: $50,541 p.a. and includes health benefits.
*Submit resume* and three references via mail or fax (843) 762-8737
to Dr. Cheryl Woodley, NOS/CCEHBR, Hollings Marine Laboratory, 331
Fort Johnson Road, Charleston, SC 29412. Please note that e-mail
applications will not be accepted. *Closing Date*: Applications must
be received by *February 25, 2005*. Position is to be filled on or
about March 11, 2005. Inquiries may be made to Dr. Cheryl Woodley at
(843) 762-8811 or cheryl.woodley@ noaa.gov
Cheryl Woodley, Ph.D.
Coral Health and Disease Program
Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research
Hollings Marine Laboratory
331 Fort Johnson Rd
Charleston, SC 29412
cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov
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