Job opportunity: research assistant, Ocean Acidification Community of Practice coordinator, University of Calgary

Application Deadline:: July 31, 2020

Position Overview: The Department of Geography in the Faculty of Arts invites applications for a Research Assistant. This Full-time Fixed Term position is for approximately 19 months (based on length of grant funding), with the possibility of extension.

This position reports to the Principal Investigator, and will support the activities of the Canadian Ocean Acidification Community of Practice, a MEOPAR initiative. The Research Assistant will ideally be located in Calgary, although a remote location outside of the Province of Alberta may be considered (which would necessitate an independent contractor arrangement). Applicants who are located in Calgary (or intend to relocate) as well as those interested in working outside of the Province of Alberta are both encouraged to respond to this job posting.

Qualifications / Requirements: Undergraduate or Graduate (preferred) degree in marine science, including social science
Research experience in a field related to ocean acidification or climate change; existing connections to the Canadian ocean acidification research community is an asset
Strong organizational and communication skills, initiative, writing ability, and the ability to work independently
Experience with data management, research outreach, and/or communications would be an asset

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