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[Annelida] Fwd: Two marine invertebrate taxonomy/ecologists Washington State Department of Ecology

Geoff Read via annelida%40net.bio.net (by Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz)
Wed Aug 27 06:07:25 EST 2014

Subject: JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Two marine invertebrate taxonomy/ecologist
positions with the Washington State Department of Ecology's Marine Sediment
Monitoring Team


The Marine Sediment Monitoring Team at the Washington State Dept of Ecology
is currently recruiting for two Marine Invertebrate Taxonomist/Ecologist
positions.  One is a half-time position and the other is a full-time
position.  Both will begin with a focus on primary taxonomy of our Puget
Sound benthic invertebrate samples, as well as building our voucher sheet
library and maintaining and improving our Puget Sound reference and voucher
collection.  We are excited to be building this aspect of our program
internally, and hope to find folks with taxonomic backgrounds and skills who
are interested in working in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

Links to both job announcements are here:

Marine Benthic Invertebrate Taxonomist / Ecologist (Natural Resource
Scientist 2) - full time position with benefits

Marine Benthic Ecologist (Natural Resource Scientist 1) - part time (50%)
position with benefits

Both position announcements close on 9/7/14.

Would you please circulate this announcement to interested friends and

You can learn more about our sediment monitoring program at
http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/eap/psamp/.  Anyone with interest can feel
free to call me with questions at the number below.

Thank you very much!

Best regards,

Maggie Dutch
Washington State Department of Ecology Marine Monitoring Unit
300 Desmond Drive, PO Box 47600
Olympia, WA  98504-7600

phone:  360-407-6021, fax:  360-407-6884
e-mail:margaret.dutch from ecy.wa.gov<mailto:mdut461 from ecy.wa.gov>

Marine Sediment Monitoring Team website

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