The Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority (www.sccwrp.org), an inter-governmental research agency, announces a full-time position for a Coastal Ecologist/Geomorphologist.
The successful candidate will work with SCCWRP staff and other academic and agency research partners on evaluation of climate change, sea level rise and other anthropogenic stressors on estuaries, coastal wetlands and nearshore habitats. The position involves focused research on the interaction between physical responses to climate change and other stressors, and the associated effects on biological communities in wetlands and other coastal environments. The successful candidate will also help facilitate application of research findings to address management needs related to the effects of sea level rise on coastal ecosystems.
The position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, the ability to work with a broad range of managers and stakeholders, the ability to work independently, and a commitment to excellence. The preferred candidate will possess a Ph.D. in the physical or biological sciences (e.g.. ecology, biology, coastal geomorphology, oceanography). Master’s candidates with at least 5 years of direct experience and documented ability to conduct independent research will also be considered. Candidates must have strong quantitative skills, experience with advanced multivariate analysis and/or modeling, and a proven ability to publish.
Salary range is $60,000-$70,000, depending on qualifications and experience, and includes a full benefits package. Interested parties should submit a cover letter, resume and three references to:
Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
3535 Harbor Blvd., Suite 110
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Electronic submissions are preferred; please use the email address email@example.com.
The expected start date for the position is spring 2017. Applications will be considered until the position is filled. SCCWRP is an equal opportunity employer.
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