Graduate positions and jobs in fisheries, aquaculture and aquatic sciences.
|American Fisheries Society Jobs Board|
|TAMU Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Jobs Board|
Graduate Research Assistants — M.S.
EMPLOYER: Clemson University, Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation
LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina
Two graduate research assistants will participate in a field- and laboratory-intensive project aimed at understanding habitat-specific growth and productivity in southern flounder populations along the Gulf of Mexico. Using a combination of otolith chemistry, stable isotope, and gene expression analysis of field collected samples, this work seeks to quantify habitat-specific growth, sex ratios, and recruitment to the commercial and recreational fisheries.
Associate Researcher — Aquaculture
EMPLOYER: University of Wisconsin — Green Bay
LOCATION: Green Bay, Wisconsin
The primary role of this position is to assist with the design and implementation of an indoor yellow perch rearing facility that will serve as the baseline nutrient source for locally grown produce. Candidates will possess a completed Ph.D. degree in aquaculture, aquatic ecology or fisheries ecology, or related field by the time of employment. The candidate should minimally have working knowledge and extensive experience in fish early life history, fish husbandry and fish health.
EMPLOYER: US Fish and Wildlife Service
LOCATION: Carterville, Illinois
The US Fish and Wildlife Service is filling numerous temporary Biological Technician positions (GS-5) in Region 3 (https://www.fws.gov/midwest/). While these positions might work on a variety of projects, some are likely to be located in Carterville, IL to work on projects related to Asian carp monitoring and control in the Ohio and Illinois Rivers, habitat restoration, pallid sturgeon recovery efforts, among others. Recent graduates, Bachelor’s degree or similar level of school/experience, are encourages to apply. For further questions contact David Glover at 618-997-6869; 105 or 618-579-4872.