Employment

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Marine Ecology Internship

The Steneck lab is looking for a summer intern interested in lobster biology and marine ecology.  The successful candidate will assist in a study of the American lobster along the coast of Maine.  The project is multifaceted but may involve some mix of scuba diving (for certified scuba divers), small boat operations, data analyses and […]

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Microbial Ecology Summer Interns

Prof. Rich is seeking undergraduate summer interns to work on microbial ecology projects at the Darling Marine Center (DMC), on the mid-coast of Maine. The summer intern will be working on studies of the microbial nitrogen cycle in the marine environment at field sites near the DMC. The student will assist in field sampling (SCUBA […]

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SEANET Summer Internships at DMC

The University of Maine’s Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (SEANET) is seeking 3 interns to work as a team at the Darling Marine Center (DMC) on various projects related to marine foodweb ecology, coastal oceanography and interactions with aquaculture in Maine estuaries. Full-time internships are available for 3 months, starting May 16th through August 24th (start and end dates are […]

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SMS Faculty Search: Assistant Professor of Chemical Oceanography

Assistant Professor of Chemical Oceanography (id:51940) School of Marine Sciences University of Maine Apply via the UMaine Hiretouch website. Review of applications will begin January 14, 2019 The University of Maine invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the broad field of Chemical Oceanography, a nine-month (academic year) position with teaching and research responsibilities, […]

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Darling Marine Center seeks a Full Time Chef

Full-Time, 12 month position starts July 9, 2018. 40 hours/per week with some overtime. Variable/flexible schedule for food service that runs 3 meals/day over 7 days/week. The Food Service Technician CL2 performs a variety of tasks in a food service operation related to the coordination, preparation and delivery of food and dining services to University students, staff, […]

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Apply Now for Marine Science Internships at DMC

Despite the February chill, the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center in Walpole is gearing up for a busy summer field season. Applications are now being accepted from undergraduate students for positions posted online at dmc.umaine.edu. Each summer, undergraduate students at the DMC conduct basic and applied marine research in, on, under, and beside the […]

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Internship: Larval lobster survival in changing ocean waters

Description: We are seeking an undergraduate or recent graduate to assist in marine science research projects this summer at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center (DMC). The internship is supported by NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program, the Northeast Sea Grant Consortium and UMaine student research funds.  This collaboration among scientists at UMaine, Bigelow Laboratory and […]

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Rich Lab seeks Ph.D. or Master’s student – microbial nitrogen cycle

The Rich lab is recruiting graduate students and postdocs to work on research projects in microbial ecology and biogeochemistry at the Darling Marine Center, the University of Maine’s field-marine station in Walpole, Maine. Research in the Rich lab falls into three categories: Microbial nitrogen cycling in coastal marine sediments, denitrification at hydrothermal vents, and seasonal […]

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Position Available for Dual Degree Master’s Student

The Leslie Lab is recruiting a graduate student through UMaine’s School of Marine Sciences. The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary team investigating the human and environmental dimensions of coastal sustainability. The research project centers on select midcoast and downeast Maine fishing communities and will leverage both natural and social science approaches. The successful candidate […]

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Seeking Ph.D. student for SEANET coastal modeling project

We seek applicants for a PhD student in coastal modeling to be filled Fall 2016 or Spring 2017. Project details: The National Science Foundation funded Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (https://umaine.edu/epscor/seanet/) is looking for a student to join a team of researchers developing and implementing Gulf of Maine estuarine-coastal models to examine the carrying capacity of […]

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