[Coral-List] Research Technician position at NOAA/AOML

Derek Manzello derek.manzello at noaa.gov
Tue Nov 21 10:52:11 EST 2017

I forgot to include the number for the position announcement. Here it 
is:  P100033283


On 11/16/2017 10:59 AM, Derek Manzello wrote:
> Dear Coral-List,
> The Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies (CIMAS) 
> at the University of Miami invites applications for a Research 
> Associate I to work closely with scientists at RSMAS and NOAA’s 
> Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory’s Ocean Chemistry 
> and Ecosystem Division (AOML/OCED) on the impacts of environmental 
> change (thermal stress and ocean acidification) on coral reef ecosystems.
> The successful candidate’s duties will include, but are not limited to 
> the following: 1) Laboratory analysis and interpretation of carbonate 
> chemistry including pH, total alkalinity, pCO2, and dissolved 
> inorganic carbon, 2) Field work involving SCUBA diving in coral reef 
> environments, 3) Data QC and management for carbonate chemistry, 
> environmental data, and coral reef ecological data, and 4) Maintaining 
> experimental aquaria for lab studies on coral reef organisms.
> Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in marine science or a 
> related field from an accredited university and some research 
> experience gained during education/training or in employment in a 
> research position. They must be highly motivated, organized, and have 
> the ability to adapt to a dynamic lab environment. Strong analytical 
> and laboratory skills are required, along with a proven track record 
> of routinely conducting physically demanding field work. An AAUS SCUBA 
> diving certification is required and experience with small boats is 
> preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who possess a close 
> familiarity with coral reef ecosystems, carbonate chemistry (analysis 
> and interpretation of data), and ocean acidification. Proficiency with 
> computers is preferred, including MS Excel, MS Access, ArcGIS, and 
> image analysis software packages.
> Apply online at: www.miami.edu/careers.  Curriculum Vitae, a letter of 
> interest, and the contact information for 3 persons who can provide 
> letters of recommendation are required.
> For further information, candidates should contact Dr. Derek Manzello 
> (Derek.Manzello at noaa.gov)

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