[Coral-List] Position Announcement: Turks & Caicos

Jim Hendee jim.hendee at noaa.gov
Fri Jul 20 13:37:33 EDT 2007

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Subject: Position Announcement
From: "Eva Augusto" <EAugusto at fieldstudies.org>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 08:32:57 -0400
To: <coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov>
CC: "Steven Newman" <SNewman at fieldstudies.org>

Position Announcement
Resident Lecturer in Marine Resource Management
Center for Marine Resource Studies
Turks & Caicos Islands

Position Summary: The core functions of this residential field position 
are to teach critical, local environmental issues based on a 
challenging, problem-based, interdisciplinary curriculum and lead 
designated components of the Center's Five-Year Research Plan and as 
part of this, oversee and advise the student Directed Research projects 
that relate to these research lines.

Educational Requirements: Ph.D. and university-level teaching experience 
in Marine Resource Management, Stock Assessment, Tropical Fisheries 
Management, or related field.


    * Extensive field research experience, preferably in the fields of 
Fishery Management, Marine Protected Areas, Marine Policy Formulation
    * Demonstrated ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary 
teaching and research team
    * Solid track record of research publications
    * Solid track record of grant writing success
    * Certified SCUBA diver, Divemaster highly preferred
    * Extensive small boat handling experience
    * Current first aid/CPR certification

Preferred Qualifications:

    * Demonstrated experience working in collaboration  with small 
island governments
    * Demonstrated commitment to environmental issues
    * Residential student group management and risk management 
experience highly desirable
    * DAN O2 provider certification

Other Expectations:

    * Willingness to work flexible hours and live on-site at the field 
station with a small team of permanent staff, groups of U.S. 
undergraduate students, and visiting researchers or programs, and 
participate in all center activities.
    * Represent SFS at local and international conferences.

Start Date: As soon as possible

Salary: Salary ranges from $26,000 USD to $29,000 USD depending on 
experience and qualifications, plus excellent benefits, and on-site room 
and board.

TO APPLY:  Email a cover letter and resume outlining relevant experience 
to: The School for Field Studies at jobs at fieldstudies.org. No faxes or 
hard copies will be accepted. SFS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Eva Augusto
HR Generalist
The School For Field Studies
10 Federal Street, Suite 24
Salem, MA  01970 USA
eaugusto at fieldstudies.org
978-741-3567 x107
978-741-3551 (fax)


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