Category Archives: Job opportunity

Full-time Fisheries Technician in Santa Cruz, CA

We are currently recruiting a fisheries field technician for spring 2018-June 2019. This position will involve setting up PIT tag arrays, as well as capturing, PIT tagging, and monitoring juvenile steelhead and rainbow trout in the Carmel River. The position will be about 75% field work and 25% field prep/data entry. The position comes with full benefits.

The full job description and application procedure can be found here:
https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=70720

Interested persons are welcome to email me with questions at haley.ohms@noaa.gov

2 Full Time Entry-Level Jobs

VCU Career Services has made us aware of the following entry-level jobs that are available for applications.

Paid Summer Internship: QC Lab Tech, Worthen Industries

Summer 2018 Internship, QC Lab Technician, Worthen Industries

Description:  The intern will be working in the Quality Control Laboratory at Worthen Industries UPACO Adhesives Division. The purpose is to provide a real-world hands-on learning opportunity for students looking to pursue a career in the sciences and laboratory work.

Qualifications: At least 2 semesters of laboratory experience, and a basic understanding of good laboratory practices.

How to Apply:  All interested parties should please email resume and/or a description of qualifications to Dmarshall@worthenind.com

Indivior: Launch Excellence Student Worker

Indivior are looking for a “Launch Excellence Student Worker”.

Please see the job description at the link below for a full description of the roles and responsibilities.

http://www.indivior.com/careers/careers-external-applicants/
Position number: R375

Some highlights of the job advertisement:

Title: Launch Excellence Student Worker

Reports To: Director, Launch Excellence, Behavioral Health

Start Date: May 2018
End Date: August 2018

Hours Per Week: 40
Compensation: $15/hour

Location: Richmond, VA

The Launch Excellence Student Worker will be responsible for supporting the Behavioral Health Launch Excellence team to drive cross-functional collaboration and delivery of a pharmaceutical product into market. The Student Worker will participate meetings with executives spanning marketing, commercial sales, medical, legal, finance, IT, etc. The outcome of the Student assignment will allow the Student Worker to have a strong understanding of pharmaceutical product management, with a broad exposure to a variety of functions within a rapidly growing, patient-focused global pharmaceutical company. This is an awesome opportunity to learn about the pharmaceutical industry end-to-end for a highly motivated and self-driven student seeking a career in marketing, program delivery, analytics, information technology or life sciences. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Field of Study: Business, Science or Technology related field of study

Experience: Junior, Senior or MBA Student

COMPETENCIES/CONDUCT:

In addition to the minimum qualifications, the student worker will demonstrate:

  • PC proficiency, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Self-motivated and driven to complete tasks with minimal supervision
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines/balance multiple tasks at one time
  • Presentation/professionalism

GE Healthcare Lifesciences University Rep Program

Looking to leverage your scientific background with a part-time job?

Would you want to add a GE Internship to your resume?

Are you a current student at VCU and have 10 hours per week to spare?

We would love to talk to you…

At GE Healthcare Life Sciences, we strive to develop breakthrough products that inspire our customers to push the limits of imaginative science.

Minimum Requirements:

  1. College student attending the University (Preferably Masters/PhD student – in the Science department or related area, 2nd or 3rd year).
  2. Strong desire to learn and grow.
  3. Demonstrate the aptitude to learn the technology of GE Lifesciences.
  4. Access to the scientific researchers within the University.
  5. A proven record of working successfully with diverse populations.
  6. A positive attitude and ability to plan and adapt to change.
  7. Ability to collaborate effectively with individuals.
  8. Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

Contact

Carmen Marshall
Phone: 202-306-0515
Email: carmen.marshall@ge.com

View the original internship posting [PDF]

Laboratory-Based Research Assistant

A 12-month Research Assistant position is available to assist in studies of the toxic dinoflagellate responsible for ciguatera fish poisoning. The position is primarily laboratory-based and will include isolating and culturing algae, and basic molecular biology work such as PCR. Other studies are possible, depending on background. The position is open without preference to B.S. and M.S. degree holders, salary will be commensurate with experience. Prior work in either algal culture or molecular biology is strongly preferred, experience with both is a definite plus.

The position is in the Erdner laboratory at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas, TX (http://sites.utexas.edu/erdnerlab/). Questions about the position should be directed to derdner@utexas.edu.

The position is posting # 18-03-21-01-4222 at the University of Texas. To apply:

https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/180321014222

Plant Disease Ecology Field Assistants

The Mitchell lab at UNC-CH is seeking two full-time field assistants to help conduct research in plant disease ecology in the summer and fall of 2018. Assistants will work on a grant-funded project examining the role of the plant microbiome in pathogen transmission. Most work will be done in the field, but the position will also include work in the lab. Work will include collecting data and plant samples in the field, processing plant samples for lab assays, and culturing fungal pathogens from infected plant material.

Required Qualifications:
a) A valid driver’s license and personal mode of transportation to an off-campus field site
b) Willingness and ability to work early mornings and outdoors in summer heat, inclement weather, and around insects.
c) Ability to work well independently and with a team, pay attention to detail, and maintain exceptional communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:
a) Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field
b) Experience conducting field research in ecology
c) Experience with biological laboratory procedures such as pipetting and culturing

Special Physical and Mental Requirements (ADA considerations):
Capacity and willingness to conduct outdoor field work during the daytime hours of summer. Field work will involve long periods of time spent positioning to observe vegetation and will be performed in all weather conditions that do not pose a danger to persons.

Hourly rate: $12.20/hr – Housing not provided.

Start Date: First assistant hired May 14th, second assistant hired June 14th.

Job Duration: 5 – 6 months.

To apply for this position, please visit http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/137278 and be prepared to provide a one-page cover letter, a resume, and contact information for two people who can serve as references.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

Timmons Group Environmental Intern Summer 2018

Timmons Group’s Environmental Department is looking for two eager students (Grad or Undergrad) in the environmental field to serve as interns for the summer of 2018.  Environmental Interns will gain experience working on many projects that will be underway during the summer.  Typical work includes wetland delineations, pond management, environmental site assessments, stream restoration, environmental permitting, etc.  This is a PAID position.  Interns are required to work 32 hours/week, Monday-Thursday.  Interested candidates must be okay with working long days in the field if needed.  A typical work day is from 7:30am-4:30pm, though field work often requires earlier mornings (~6am) and longer days.  Former interns are in an ideal position to obtain a full time position upon graduation.

 

The positions are not posted anywhere online.  Interested students should send their resumes and a brief cover letter to brian.breissinger@timmons.com as soon as possible to be considered.

Forest Field Technician

The Gough Forest Ecology Lab (http://www.people.vcu.edu/~cmgough/) at Virginia Commonwealth University seeks paid undergraduate research technicians for the summer 2018 field season. Technicians will contribute to National Science Foundation supported research at the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS) aimed at advancing understanding of disturbance effects on forest growth and carbon cycling (http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1655095&HistoricalAwards=false). Summer residence at the Field Station in Pellston, Michigan is required (https://lsa.umich.edu/umbs). Our lab team and the UMBS community are highly collaborative, with all members expected to enthusiastically participate in group field research activities and lab gatherings.

Applicants should submit a 1-page cover letter describing how this position is aligned with their interests, and a curriculum vita with GPA and references included by February 15 to Chris Gough, cmgough@vcu.edu.

Frog Tutoring – Job Opportunity

All Frog Tutoring tutors will meet with assigned students to provide one-on-one private tutoring for subject matters in their areas of expertise. Tutors are to serve as a guide and coach to assist their students to become a successful, independent learner while integrating effective study and learning strategies to maximize the student’s potential for academic progress. Ultimately, it is the tutor’s responsibility to motivate students to want to learn, achieve, and be self-motivated.

Why Work For Frog Tutoring?

  1. Flexibility
  2. Tutors will choose which grade levels and subjects to tutor.
  3. Tutors will create their own work schedule.
  4. As long as tutors work the minimum amount of hours a week, they can work as many hours as they like.
  5. Driving Compensation Depending on the distance, tutors will be compensated for driving over a certain mileage.
  6. Bonuses Tutors who constantly receive high tutor rankings will be eligible for periodic bonuses
  7. Incentives & Acknowledgement (Hard work does not go unnoticed!!!)
  8. Tutor of the month: Every month the Regional Coordinator from each region will submit one tutor to be selected as the tutor of the month. This tutor will have their name and photo posted on the corporate page of the website as well as our Facebook page. Not only will they receive public acknowledgement and a certificate, the tutor of the month will receive “special prize” which will vary each month.
  9. Tutor Referral Program during our “busy” season
  10. During times when there is a high need for tutors, current tutors will receive a bonus for every person referred and hired that are qualified to tutor in high demand subjects.

If this position interests you, please apply online at: www.frogtutoring.com/become-a-tutor