Position(s) currently open at the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences:
- Faculty Research Assistant, Electrical Engineer – to work with a team of researchers, oceanographers, and technicians to assemble, deploy, recover, and refurbish oceanographic platforms and electronic instruments used in the Endurance Array Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI).
- Faculty Research Assistant, Mooring Operations – oversee and participate in research facility and field operations to assemble, deploy, recover and refurbish oceanographic platforms and instruments used in the Endurance Array Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) with a focus on mooring operations.
- Instructor Pool 2015-2016 – Instructors may be needed to develop and/or teach courses, either on-campus or Ecampus in the following areas: Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Geology, Geographic Information Sciences, Marine Resource Management, and Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences.
- Assistant/Associate Professor, Remote Sensing and Ocean Circulation – to specialize in applying, developing, and improving satellite remote sensing capabilities to study mesoscale and large-scale ocean circulation.
- Assistant Professor, Tracer Oceanographer – to develop and maintain a vigorous, externally funded research program in the observation of trace species in the ocean, and interpretation of distributions in the context of resolving ocean processes.
- Marine Technician Superintendent – to supervise the Marine Technician Group, which provides the installation, maintenance, and operational expertise for sea-going scientific equipment, including all the electronic, communications, and sampling gear used by scientists on Research Vessel (R/V) Oceanus.
- Research Associate (Post Doc) – to work with Principal Investigator (PI) and CEOAS scientists on problems in Ocean Mixing.
- Assistant or Associate Professor, Radiative Transfer / Remote Sensing – to develop and maintain a vigorous, externally funded research program in remote sensing and/or modeling of processes directly linked to the Earth's radiative energy budget.
Last updated 7/29/2015