If you're looking for a career that makes a difference, Oregon Sea Grant is a great place to start. We periodically offer faculty and staff positions for people with interest, experience and expertise in marine science, marine education and related fields. Some positions are based on the Oregon coast; others at the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis.
Oregon State University is seeking independent contractors in the Charleston-Brookings area to serve as community based researchers for the Fishermen Led Injury Prevention Program (FLIPP). This is a joint research project with OSU's College of Public Health and Humans Sciences and Oregon Sea Grant, with funds from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). A complete description and application forms are available on the Lincoln County Extension website.
For more information, contact Kelsey.Miller@oregonstate.edu
... about careers in the marine sciences, including interviews with leading marine scientists from across the Sea Grant network, visit the Sea Grant Marine Careers site.