[Coral-List] Marine Ecology faculty positions - CIEE Research Station Bonaire
CIEE Research Station Bonaire
cieebonaire at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 13:31:58 EDT 2012
The deadline for the following two faculty positions at the CIEE Research
Station in Bonaire has been extended to July 5th, 2012.
1. Tropical Marine Conservation Biology faculty
2. Coral Reef Ecology faculty
The CIEE Tropical Marine Ecology and Conservation program in Bonaire is a
study abroad program for upper level, undergraduate students. The program
provides an excellent academic opportunity for undergraduates by
integrating field ecology methods and student independent research projects
into the curriculum (17 semester credit hours).
During the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters, the faculty will teach
either Tropical Marine Conservation Biology or Coral Reef Ecology and
co-teach Independent Research and Marine Ecology Field Research
the summer 2013 program, the faculty will co-teach Marine Ecology Field
Research Methods and Tropical Ecology of the Southern Caribbean.
The minimum qualifications for the faculty positions are: a PhD in Biology
with an emphasis in marine ecology or biology (ABD applications will be
accepted); scientific diving experience and a comprehensive dive physical
(AAUS); broad field experience in marine ecology and excellent writing and
analytical skills; current certifications in First Aid, CPR, DAN Oxygen
Rescue; DAN dive insurance. The time committment is from 11 August 2012
through 13 July 2013 with a break over the Christmas holidays 2012 and in
May 2013. Compensation will be based on experience and includes RT air
To apply, email a cover letter detailing your experience with undergraduate
teaching, scientific diving and research and a CV with contact information
for 3 references to info at cieebonaire.org and type the name of the position
that you are applying for in the subject line (Coral Reef Ecology faculty
or Conservation Biology faculty). For more information about the semester
program in Bonaire go to www.cieebonaire.org.
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