[Coral-List] Research Technician - Marine Fisheries Ecology, Auburn University, Alabama

Mark A. Albins kamokoi55 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 17:43:59 EST 2015

*Research Technician - Marine Fisheries Ecology*

*Auburn University, Alabama*

*Responsibilities:*To assist in investigations of the ecology, movement, 
habitat use, age structure, fecundity, and nursery habitats of marine 
fishes in the northeast Gulf of Mexico. Responsibilities include 
preparing for and conducting surveys of marine fishes using SCUBA visual 
counts, trap nets, gill nets, hook & line, hydroacoustics, and 
ultrasonic telemetry.Responsibilities also include laboratory analysis 
of fish otoliths, gonads, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, and video transects.

*Qualifications:*Must be capable and willing to lift heavy gear, work 
long hours, and play a vital role in an energetic team of researchers. 
Must have SCUBA diving experience and be capable of working aboard 
research vessels during frequent offshore trips (5-10 d per month, 10 to 
100 km). Previous offshore experience preferred. Completed B.S., or 
B.A., in biology or related science preferred. Advanced or Rescue Diver 
certifications preferred.

*Location: *Fairhope, AL*
Closing Date: *open until filled.

*Starting Date: *Feb 2015, but flexible.

*Ending Date:*Current funding for this position runs until December 2015.

*Contact:*For consideration, send a single PDF document including a 
letter of interest, curriculum vitae, unofficial copies of your college 
transcripts, and your GRE scores (if available) to Dr. Mark A. Albins – 
mark.albins at auburn.edu

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