Jobs & Funds

The 2023 Call for SCOR Working Groups is open!

The Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Secretariat invites proposals for new working groups.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Dartmouth College, USA

The Dartmouth College invites applications for a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship atto study mercury cycling and bioaccumulation in coastal waters.

PhD opportunity on Southern Ocean elemental biogeochemistry, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia

The candidate will join a research team on a 59-day voyage (‘MISO’ project) of the Marine National Facility’s Research Vessel ‘Investigator’ in early 2024.

Research Associate, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences seeks a Research Associate to manage and conduct research in the trace metal biogeochemistry laboratory.

PhD position: “Trace element cycling across Southern Ocean fronts and in coastal East Antarctica”, NIOZ, The Netherlands

The Department of Ocean Systems (OCS) at the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research is looking for a PhD candidate with a background in marine (biogeo)chemistry or a related field.

Postdoctoral Research F​ellowship in Mercury Biogeochemistry, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

The Dept. Earth Sciences, Stellenbosch University in collaboration with SAWS-South Africa and MIO-France seeks applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in mercury biogeochemistry of the Southern Ocean.

Assistant Professor (tenure track) in Chemical Oceanography, Louisiana State University, USA

The Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences in the College of the Coast and Environment at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position.

NF-POGO Centre of Excellence at the Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany – Scholarship for 10 month training

It provides world class education and training in the field of observational oceanography.

PhD opportunity on atmospheric ocean iron fertilisation, University of Tasmania, Australia

The successful applicant will join an active team within IMAS/AAPP that are working on important aspects of marine trace element biogeochemistry.

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