The following vacancies are available in the marine and coastal environment:
|Marine Science positions
||various dates between |
6 Feb - 13 Mar 2017
|Technical Officer in Ichthyology
||20 Mar 2017|
|THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS WILL BE OPEN UNTIL FILLED AND THEREFORE HAVE NO CLOSING DATE SPECIFIED|
|Postdoctoral position to study Southern Ocean phytoplankton acclimation strategies to changes in trace metal availability
||To commence any time before Jul 2017 |
|Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Coastal Vulnerability and Resilience
||University of the Western Cape
||Initial appointment for 2017|
||SOSF D’Arros Research Centre
||Until position is filled|
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