Postdoc positions in sediment transport and soil biogeochemistry, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
A couple of postdoc positions are now available at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities and affiliated with St. Anthony Falls Laboratory. There are currently projects related to coastal sediment transport and soil biogeochemistry. The projects will be mainly laboratory based, e.g., flume experiments, microfluidics, and etc.
Interested applicants are welcome to directly send your CV to Dr. Judy Yang (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, click here.
FRF internship opportunity
The U.S. Army Engineer Research Development Center’s Coastal and Hydraulics Lab has a paid student internship opportunity in Duck, North Carolina at the Field Research Facility (FRF) for Summer 2020 (start dates are flexible). The FRF is a coastal observatory which focuses on field measurements of waves, currents and resultant bathymetric change with a particular emphasis on improving our understanding of storm impacts to our coastal environment. Measurements include traditional in-situ wave and current measurements, extensive remote sensing observations (video, lidar, radar), as well as high-resolution bathymetric surveys.
The internship opportunity will focus on exploring the capabilities of a robotic bottom crawling amphibious vehicle to collect measurements in the surf-zone, including waves, currents, and bathymetry as a means to expand our measurement capability. Additionally, the work will also assess the platform’s operational capability in a wide range of environmental conditions. The ideal candidate is a MS/PhD student in robotics (navigation, sensing, system integration, etc.), engineering, or oceanography with robotic experience. Experience with ocean sensors (pressure, acoustic communications/sensing, etc.) or positioning sensors (IMUs, DVLs, LBL, USBL, etc.) along with programing, code development, and data analysis skills are a plus. This opportunity is limited to US citizens. If you are interested, please submit a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript to email@example.com no later than 3 April 2020.
Postdoc in wave studies, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
The Integrative Oceanography Division at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar Employee for the Coastal Data Information Program under the supervision of Dr Eric Terrill and Dr Sophia Merrifield.
They invite applications for a postdoctoral researcher to study the physics of ocean surface wave processes, wave statistics, forecasting, observational methods, hindcast trend analysis; or some combination of these sub disciplines. The applicant will be expected to use modeling tools and observational datasets, primarily in support of collaborative work with the US Army Corps of Engineers. The successful applicant will have skills in oceanography, wave physics, data analysis, ocean wave modeling (e.g. WaveWatchIII), and signal processing.
Initial appointment will be for 12 months, renewable for a second year, subject to performance and availability of funding. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. This is not a tenure-track position. Position can begin as soon as April 2020, and no later than September 2020. Additional information can be found here. To apply: email firstname.lastname@example.org a SINGLE PDF with a cover letter, CV, and contact information for 3 references with the subject: “CDIP postdoc position”
Oregon State University job posting – Nearshore Oceanography Research Support Engineer
Oregon State University is seeking a Nearshore Oceanography Research Support Engineer to work with several Oregon State University faculty members specializing in nearshore ocean fluid dynamics and sediment transport from the dunes through the surfzone. The successful candidate would support a vibrant research program that spans numerical modeling, remote sensing, and field oceanography. Specifically, work will involve supporting the scientific equipment and resources used by the group (faculty, students, and technicians) including HPC servers, disk arrays, scientific codes and databases, laboratory electronics, and field gear for remote and in-water/on-beach measurements. The successful candidate will also assist in supporting field going and large-scale laboratory experiments. The successful candidate will be supported through external research grants generated by the faculty in the group, and the position is expected to be permanent and long-term.
OSU is home to over a dozen faculty members studying nearshore ocean processes and coastal engineering, in the College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) and in the Coastal and Ocean Engineering Program in the College of Engineering. In addition, CEOAS is a leading school in Oceanography, with a broad range of seagoing and terrestrial research. For full consideration, interested applicants should apply by 8 April 2020 at this link. For more information about the position, Oregon State University, CEOAS, and/or Corvallis, OR, please contact Greg Wilson at email@example.com.
Edgewater Resources is a design, engineering and development consultancy focused on marinas and waterfronts worldwide. This position is a critical and valued role for the work we do, which is often fast-paced, interesting and challenging. The ideal candidate will be passionate about maritime projects and will support the firms’ effort to apply sustainable design to natural and made coastal, riverine and aquatic environments. Please sent resume or interest to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Edgewater Resources Job Posting. For more information, click here.
Civil/Coastal Engineer – Project Manager
Edgewater Resources is a design, engineering and development consultancy focused on marinas and waterfronts worldwide. This position is a critical and valued role for the work we do, which is often fast-paced, interesting and challenging. The ideal candidate will be passionate about maritime projects and support the firms’ effort to apply sustainable design to natural and made coastal, riverine and aquatic environments. Please sent resume or interest to email@example.com with the subject line: Edgewater Resources Job Posting. For more information, click here.
California Sea Grant and Delta Stewardship Council Seek social scientist
California Sea Grant and the Delta Stewardship Council are hiring a social scientist to assist with research and outreach on the human dimensions of California water and environmental management and policy issues related to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
This incumbent will be a member of the California Sea Grant extension team, who provide integrated research, outreach, and education to help Californians balance diverse coastal and marine interests and adapt to changing conditions and needs.
This position, based in Sacramento, will serve as a central contributor to advancing collaborative partnerships and catalyzing and implementing social science research to inform management of the delta. The social scientist will serve as a leader in applying quantitative and qualitative social science methods to identified management issues. Apply now.
Washington State Dpt of Ecology seeks Ocean Acidification Senior Scientist (Natural Resource Scientist 4)
The Environmental Assessment Program (EAP) within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill an Ocean Acidification Senior Scientist (Natural Resource Scientist 4) position. This position will be located at the Headquarters Building in Lacey, WA. The Ocean Acidification Senior Scientist position serves as the designated technical expert in the agency on ocean acidification science. The department is seeking applicants who have excellent attention to technical details, possess the ability to work independently and take initiative, are flexible, team-oriented, and have the ability to communicate and work effectively with a diverse audience. For more information, click here.
Entry Level Engineer – Applied Technology & Management, Inc. (ATM)
ATM is seeking a qualified candidate for entry level position for our Marina Team in the West Palm Beach Office. ATM is an engineering and science consulting firm providing coastal, environmental, marine, and water resources engineering services to both public and private clients in the US and internationally. For more info, click here.
Sofar Ocean Techonologies seeking Ocean Circulation Modeling Lead & other positions
Sofar is powered by the dream to build the world’s best ocean data platform. The team’s unique combination of ocean science, technology, and innovation drives us to develop new solutions for ocean exploration and observation. We are a bunch of ocean nerds and keep our offices close to the water (literally). We’re a scrappy startup that values teamwork, transparency, and innovation. We maintain a work atmosphere that’s light-hearted and jovial, but when we need to get something done, we can switch gears and move fast. We are deeply passionate about making ocean data widely available to ocean communities and enthusiasts with powerful tools and visualizations. For more information on the open positions, click here.