Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management | University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa

Author: Kirsten Oleson

GA in fisheries economics or living marine resource management (NOAA)

GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP

Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management

University of Hawaii at Manoa

and

Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

NOAA Fisheries

Job Description:

To assist project investigators to conduct economic research related to fisheries economics or marine living resource management.  Main duties include database management (data entry, data quality control, graphic presentations, etc.) and in-person interview with fishermen.   

Minimum Qualifications:

Enrolled in a graduate program at UH with research interests in natural economics and environment science such as Natural Resources and Environmental Management (NREM) or Economics Department; Would be able to work outside of UH campus at least 8 hours a week; US Citizen.   

Desirable Qualifications:

Good database management skills (such in ACCESS, R, or Oracle) and in-person communication skills; Possess a valid driver’s license.

Duration:

Begin immediately and renewable annually pending satisfactory performance and availability of funds.

To Apply:

Send resume, contact information of two professional references and a cover letter demonstrating how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications to Kirsten Oleson koleson@hawaii.edu. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. 

Post doc in ocean acidification vulnerability

The post-doc will join an interdisciplinary team of ecological modelers, oceanographers, social scientists and economists on a NOAA Ocean Acidification Program-funded project assessing vulnerability of Hawaiiʻs people to future ocean acidification impacts.

The ideal candidate will have a PhD (ABD will be considered) in environmental economics, background in modeling and non-market valuation of ecosystem services, knowledge of vulnerability/resiliency theory, good data management skills, solid writing and oral communication skills, and ability to work well with others.

For more details and to apply see HireNet. Or you can go to hirenethawaii.com and enter job # 1588914

Questions? email me! koleson@hawaii.edu

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