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The following vacancies are available in the marine and coastal environment:
Field AssistantShark SpottersMuizenberg, Cape Town1/18/2019
Marine Earth Observation ScientistPlymouth Marine LaboratoryPlymouth, UK1/28/2019
Assistant ScientistORIDurban1/31/2019
Associate Senior Lecturer in Physical OceanographyUniversity of GothenburgSweden2/8/2019
Assistant/Associate Professor in Fisheries ManagementSultan Qaboos UniversityMuscat, Oman2/28/2019
Raman Postdoctoral Program (candidates can apply any time during the year)Indian Institute of ScienceBangalore, India3/18/2019
Postdoctoral fellowships in the fields of biological, chemical, and physical oceanography; marine geology; and ocean engineeringMonterey Bay Aquarium Research InstituteMoss Landing, California3/20/2019

 Career Information

  • Careers in the marine environment - This brochure was prepared by Berny Snow and Karen Binning of the African Coelacanth Ecosystem Programme (ACEP), Phase 1.
  • Marine Careers - So you want to work with the sea? An educational resource produced by NPC Sea World Education Centre at uShaka Marine World, Durban
  • Aquatic Bioscience Careers (Please be aware that the file size of this document is 19.8 MB). 
    This book was produced as part of the Department of Science and Technology's Bioscience Month initiatives. The project was implemented through the South African Agency for the Advancement of Science and Technology.
  • Want to be a Marine Scientist? - produced by SAEON Elwandle Node.
  • Career guide on scarce skills in Fisheries - produced by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
  • Interested in a career in the marine sciences? You're in the right place! will introduce you to a wide range of marine career fields and to people working in those fields. In addition, it will give those men and women a chance to tell you what they like and dislike about their careers, what they see for the future in their fields, and much more. Produced by the New Hampshire Sea Grant, a component of NOAA.