POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS WITH ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE CANADA, BASED AT THE CANADIAN RIVERS INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
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EcoAnalysts, Inc. seeks to hire a talented Chironomidae Taxonomist to be part of a successful team of aquatic scientists. In this position, the successful candidate will be required to process Chironomidae samples. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate experience and knowledge of identifying Chironomidae. Duties include identification of samples in a production environment and data summarization for reporting to clients in addition to related laboratory needs.
EcoAnalysts, Inc. seeks to hire a talented Algae Taxonomist who enjoys algae taxonomy and who wants to be part of a successful team of aquatic scientists. In this position, the successful candidate will be required to process both Diatom and Soft Algae samples. Preference will be given to those who demonstrate experience and knowledge of both types and associated laboratory experience including diatom cleaning and slide preparation, soft algal sample handling/treatment and pigment analysis.
Academic Advisor - the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) 12-month, fixed term position. This position will review application materials and advise undergraduate Fisheries and Wildlife majors primarily enrolled through Oregon State University’s (OSU’s) Ecampus. Assistance with student recruitment and retention efforts.
Employer: Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Bureau of Water
Location: Topeka, Kansas
Closing Date: June 2, 2021
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Biology teaches biological concepts and research methods to biology and medical technology majors and prepares them for professional careers and/or advanced study. We also introduce non-biology majors to basic biological knowledge and its applications to our society. We prepare graduate students for professional careers and/or further graduate study.
The River Basin Center and the Wenger Lab at the University of Georgia are seeking motivated and enthusiastic applicants for a temporary field, laboratory and office technician position. The technician will be involved with a variety of projects that focus on freshwater fish conservation and ecology in the Upper Coosa River basin as well as the potential for other aquatic ecology projects. The technician will interact with multiple principal investigators, research professionals, and graduate students.
John Morse, EPT Course (Year 31!) Documentary
For 30 years Dr. John Morse has taught Aquatic Entomology at Highlands Field Station in North Carolina. This summer will be year 31.
We want to make a short documentary to tell John’s story and capture the adventure. Mayflies, Stoneflies, Caddisflies, Biomonitoring, Trout Fishing, Conservation, Endangered Species, Entomology, Students, Fun, Enjoyment, Science, Taxonomy, Catchin’ Bugs in a Creek—this documentary will have it all!