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Subject: Job ad
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Date:Tue, 1 Apr 2008 11:05:48 -0400
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Position: Laboratory Manager/Research Technician
                Marine Fisheries Ecology

Location:  Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory

Responsibilities:  The lab manager will work collaboratively on  
multiple field, laboratory, and data synthesis projects related to  
marine fisheries ecology.  Projects include hypoxia effects on upper  
trophic levels in estuarine and offshore ecosystems, predator-prey  
interactions in estuarine environments, and movement/habitat use of  
juvenile estuarine and nearshore fishes.  The successful candidate  
will also contribute to the analysis of long-term fishery datasets in  
support of these projects as well as  manuscript preparation.  This is  
an excellent opportunity to collaborate with multiple people using a  
variety of investigative approaches in marine and estuarine  
ecosystems, including providing guidance to undergraduate and graduate  
students, and seasonal technicians.  The FSU Coastal and Marine Lab is  
a growing community of researchers whose interests include marine and  
estuarine ecology, fisheries, and resource management and conservation.

Qualifications: M.S. degree or B.S. degree and appropriate work  
experience in ecology, fisheries, or another aspect of environmental  
science.  Experience working from research vessels and small boats  
using standard fisheries sampling and processing techniques is  
preferred.  Facility with data analysis software, GIS, and/or database  
management is strongly desired.  The successful candidate should be  
enthusiastic and able to work reliably and independently.

Salary: Start date is flexible but expected by summer 2008.  Salary  
range is $27,000 to 34,000 commensurate with qualifications and  
experience.  The position is based at the Florida State University  
Coastal and Marine Lab in St. Teresa, Florida.

Closing date: Review of applications will begin on May 1, 2008 and  
continue until the position is filled.

Contact:  Electronic submission is strongly encouraged.  Send a cover  
letter describing your interest in the position, resume, and contact  
information for three references to:

Dr. Kevin Craig
Florida State University Coastal and Marine Laboratory
3618 Highway 98
St. Teresa, FL  32358-2702
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http://www.marinelab.fsu.edu


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