• Postdoctoral Investigator - Biology

    Job ID
    2019-1086
    Category
    Science/Research
    Type
    temporary
  • Job Summary

    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is currently searching for a Postdoctoral Investigator to join the Biology Department. This is a temporary, full-time, exempt position, and is eligible for benefits

    Essential Functions

    Applications are invited for one Postdoctoral Investigator position in coupled biological-physical modeling and ecological data analysis to join an active research team at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI). The successful candidate will contribute to the understanding of underlying mechanisms linking physical forcings with biological productivity and population dynamics. The position will be based at WHOI.


    The position is full time and available for a period of one year initially, but renewable for up to three years depending on performance and funding availability. Online application forms should be submitted with a cover letter and full curriculum vitae including a list of three references. Additionally, please email a copy of your letter of interest and CV to Dr. Rubao Ji (rji@whoi.edu).

     

    NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    As deemed necessary by supervisor

    Education & Experience

    Applicants must have a PhD in oceanography. Preference will be given to an applicant who has strong quantitative skills with direct research experience in physical-biological coupled numerical modeling in aquatic systems and analyzing large modeling and observation data sets. A strong background in physical oceanography and/or biological oceanography is desirable. Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Informal inquiries may be made by emailing Dr. Rubao Ji (rji@whoi.edu).

     

    Physical Requirements

    Physical duties for this position include but are not limited to the ability to work around others. This position is mostly sedentary by nature.

     

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