3-year, full-time Project Engineer Position at the Euro-Argo ERIC, Plouzané (Brest), France
DEADLINE: Sunday, 17 February 2019
The Euro-Argo ERIC office is looking for a Project Engineer, with a background in marine sciences and experience/training in European projects management, to work on the Euro-Argo RISE H2020 project starting in January 2019. This is a fixed-term position for up to 45 months, based in Plouzané (Brest), France.
Deadline for application: 17 February 2019. Starting date as soon as possible.
5-year, full-time Director of the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS), Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
DEADLINE: Monday, 11 March 2019
The Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is looking for a new Director. The Director of IMOS leads the development of long-term strategy in consultation with the IMOS Board and the marine and climate science community. In addition, the Director manages and negotiates high-level strategic relationships with universities, research institutes, governments, marine industries and independent collaborators, actively promotes the use of IMOS data streams and sits on national and international committees. The Director enhances organisational strength and financial viability and drives a positive, inclusive and high-performing team culture.The position is based at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, part of the University of Tasmania, on the Hobart Waterfront. The initial contract term is five years.
2-year, full-time or part-time Senior Research Associate in Ocean Biogeochemistry, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
DEADLINE: Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Applications are invited for the post of Senior Research Associate (SRA) to undertake research on the ocean carbon sink and downward carbon transport in sub-polar waters of the Southern Ocean. The SRA will work with Dorothee Bakker on the consortium project CUSTARD (Carbon Uptake and Seasonal Traits of Antarctic Remineralisation Depth, https://roses.ac.uk/custard/, 2018-2022). CUSTARD is part of the National Environment Research Council (NERC) RoSES (Role of the Southern Ocean in the Earth System, https://roses.ac.uk/) research programme. The research will be based within the Centre for Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (COAS) at UEA, in Norwich, United Kingdom. It will be carried out in collaboration with CUSTARD scientists and project partners, and where appropriate with other RoSES scientists. Expected salary is £33,199 per annum, pro rata. This post is available from 1 May 2019 on a full time or part-time 0.8FTE basis for a fixed term period of 2 years (or longer for part-time).
Closing date: 12 March 2019.
Executive Director for the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR), Newark, DE, USA
DEADLINE: Monday, 01 April 2019
The Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) is now accepting applications for its next Executive Director, following the retirement of its current Executive Director in boreal fall 2019. The new SCOR Executive Director will be based in United States; the SCOR Secretariat is currently located at the University of Delaware. The position requires international travel. The starting annual salary will be competitive and will depend on qualifications, salary history, and experience of the successful applicant. Interviews will take place at the University of Delaware during the week of 10‐14 June 2019. For more information on duties and requirements, please see the announcement.
The application deadline is 1 April 2019.
5-year, full-time Executive Secretary, North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), Sydney, BC, Canada
DEADLINE: Saturday, 15 June 2019
Applications are invited for a five-year appointment to the position of Executive Secretary of the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES), based in Sidney, British Columbia, Canada. PICES is an international scientific organization, established by an inter-governmental Convention in 1992 (http://www.pices.int/about/convention.aspx). The Executive Secretary is the Organization’s chief administrative officer and must be impartial in promoting and coordinating the interests of all Contracting Parties. The Executive Secretary is responsible for the management of the Organization’s office, staff, and budget, which is presently over CAD $2 million. The term of office is for five years, subject to demonstrated performance during the first two years of the term (probationary period). The term of office may be renewed at the discretion of Council. The current salary range is CAD $125,900 – $148,100 plus a lump sum annual performance award of up to 12% of base salary. Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The applicant should indicate in their letter a suitable starting date; however, the starting date can be no later than May 1, 2020. Applications and letters of reference must be in English and marked “Personal and Confidential”.
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