The Ocean Technology Research Program at Mote Marine Laboratory is seeking a full-time, Staff Scientist / Program Manager. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled or December 31, 2019. Click for full announcement.
The successful candidate should have a PhD, DSc, or equivalent in oceanography, marine science or engineering with experience in sensor and instrumentation development and deployment for the marine environment. Experience in interdisciplinary research, biogeochemical measurements and instrumentation, optics, autonomous instrument platforms, robotics, and/or ocean observing systems with strong engineering background will be advantageous.
The successful candidate must have demonstrated capability to conceive, design and implement instrumentation or devices intended for application in their field of study. Hands-on experience with mechanical, electrical, optical or computer technology will be a rated metric in the selection process. US citizen status is required.
Interested applicants should submit a single electronic file in pdf format including, 1) a cover letter, 2) full resume or CV with complete publications list (accepted, in press, and in review), 3) a statement of research interests, and 4) the names and contact information for three references to HumanResources@mote.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled or December 31, 2019.
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