Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Employment Opportunities

Coastal Change Geologists

Coastal Change Geologists

Apply now to participate in the planning and executing of complex studies and investigations concerning geologic processes that affect coastal change and the resulting natural  hazards.

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Mendenhall Research Fellowship

Mendenhall Research Fellowship

The Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program provides Fellows research experiences that enhance their scientific stature and credentials.  Announcements for Round 18 coming early fall 2019

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Coastal and Marine Science

Coastal and Marine Science

As part of the national USGS program in coastal and marine science, we work in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans; in the Gulf of Mexico; and in myriad estuaries and inland waterways, including the Great Lakes.

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Join the Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center team! 

The Center is part of the USGS Coastal/Marine Hazards and Resources Program, which is the primary federal marine geology and physical science research program. The Center's staff of 100 provides scientific information that contributes to decisions by other federal agencies, state and local entities, private organizations, industry, and the public about hazards, resource use, and protection.

 

 

 

 

Employment Opportunities

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Interdisciplinary Geographer/Geologist Coastal & Shelf Geology We seek a team member to join ongoing and new investigations of coastal wetland responses to sea level rise, climate change, and to management. Focus will be on geographic and time series data analysis to understand and predict biogeochemical, ecological and physical change. Application  Deadline
October 11, 2019
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution  Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering
Biology
Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry
Geology & Geophysics
Physical Oceanography
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution offers several types of postdoctoral awards. A term appointment to the position of Postdoctoral Scholar, Fellow, or Investigator may be offered to an individual who has completed the requirements for a Ph.D. degree.  Application Deadline 
October 15, 2019
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Predicting responses to sea level rise and restoration in diked salt marshes Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program We seek a postdoctoral fellow to conduct basic and applied research that addresses the consequences of management actions in coastal wetlands, in the context of accelerating sea level rise. Application Deadline
 January 6, 2020
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Using ocean bottom seismograph (OBS) data for natural hazard studies Mendenhall Research Fellowship Program This Mendenhall project provides an opportunity to conduct independent innovative research on three passive seismology data sets collected by the OBS and to participate in the collection of new data sets. Application Deadline
January 6, 2020
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Research Geologist Coastal & Shelf Geology   Coming soon!  
Engineering Technician Seafloor Mapping    Coming soon!  
Geographer Coastal Change   Coming soon!  
Physical Scientist Aerial Imaging and Mapping    Coming soon!  
Research Geologist Sediment Transport   Coming soon!  
Research Oceanographer Sediment Transport      
Research Geologist Energy & Geohazards Mendenhall Research Fellowship  Announcements for Round 18 coming fall 2019 Learn More
Research Oceanographer Sediment Transport Mendenhall Research Fellowship Geoinformatics  Announcements for Round 18 coming fall 2019 Learn More
Research Oceanographer Sediment Transport Mendenhall Research Fellowship Coastal Change Announcements for Round 18 coming fall 2019 Learn More
Research Chemist Environmental  Geoscience Land Carbon Coming soon!  
Research Physical Scientist Environmental  Geoscience Land Carbon Coming soon!  
Distribution Facilities Specialist Facilities   Coming soon!