Position Opening: Coastal Science Education Coordinator
The San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) is seeking a qualified and motivated individual to lead and coordinate the NERR’s Education Program.
The successful candidate will develop and lead educational programs that connect people to science and the estuary. The position requires leadership, creativity, networking, and collaboration to develop and sustain broadly distributed educational programs; create relevant and useful educational resources; assess program outcomes; coordinate and mentor volunteers and interns; establish and meet program goals; and write grant proposals to enhance support for the full scope of program goals and objectives. The Reserve’s sites are tied to culturally diverse communities and partner organizations and are located on ancestral land and waters of the Coast Miwok and Southern Patwin peoples. Culturally appropriate and relevant educational outreach and relationship building in these communities, and in collaboration with the SF Bay NERR’s partner organizations, is an expectation for the program and the position.
For more information and to apply view the full announcement.
Fellowship Opportunity: Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship
The Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship is new two-year fellowship program that will place one graduate student at each of the 29 national estuarine research reserves. The call for applications for the 2022-2024 Cohort is expected to go out in the summer of 2021 with a fellowship start date of Fall 2022.
Eligible applicants must be admitted to or enrolled in a full-time graduate program working to obtain a master’s or doctoral degree. Applicants must have at least two years remaining in their academic course of study to apply. Pending congressional appropriations, NOAA anticipates an annual budget for each student of $34,000 stipend and $7,000 for professional development travel, and an annual budget for each reserve of approximately $7,000 to support equipment and supplies for the fellow’s research.
For more information visit the NOAA Davidson Fellowship website and their FAQ section.