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Job Description: 

(flexible depending on student’s experience):

  • Assist with daily maintenance of the marine lab,
  • Learn proper aquatic animal husbandry techniques 
  • Provide daily care to the organisms in the lab
  • Some weekend shifts requires

We are also looking for engineering and computer science students to help develop more capable systems.

We are upgrading the laboratories systems and will be looking to develop data platforms to monitor water quality and schedules. 

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Special Skills: 
Strong interest in learning about marine science
Willingness to work hard, sometimes in wet, unfavorable conditions
Ability to take initiative and work independently
Willingness to work morning shifts a plus
Academic Major Preferred: 
Marine Biology/Biology/Environmental Science
Computer Science
Department Information
Contact Name: 
Brad Bourque, Dr. Andrew Rhyne
CEED Wetlab, MNS 108
Phone Number: 
Starting Date: 
August 24th, 2013