PI level position open for GO-SHIP NOAA/PMEL

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NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) in Seattle WA is seeking a Research Oceanographer to serve as a principal investigator in the Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP). The primary responsibilities of the incumbent will be managing the physical oceanographic portion of the NOAA/PMEL GO-SHIP program, ensuring high-quality CTD/O2 measurements on NOAA GO-SHIP cruises, serving as chief or co-chief scientist on some of those cruises, and publishing oceanographic analyses using GO-SHIP data in refereed scientific journals. The position will also afford opportunities for multi-disciplinary oceanographic research (e.g., involving transient tracers or biogeochemistry) in GO-SHIP, the Argo program, or possibly other oceanographic observation programs.

The MAP and DE announcements for one Research Oceanographer, ZP-1360-3/4 position have been posted. The announcements will open for 14 days; they are set to open on 1/6/2021 and close on 1/19/2021.

Job Announcement # (MAP): OAR-PMEL-2021-0005

Job Announcement # (DE/CR): OAR-PMEL-2021-0006