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Aquaculture Projects Coordinator

Application review for this position is currently on hold due to university hiring restrictions

MDSG is seeking an Aquaculture Projects Coordinator who will oversee the day-to-day management of the growing MDSG aquaculture portfolio. The coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of the portfolio, including supporting grant applications and organizing grant competitions, developing budgets, monitoring awards, overseeing reporting, and developing project summaries for reporting to NOAA. The coordinator will serve as a liaison to MDSG extension faculty for fisheries and aquaculture as well as support extension and outreach collaborations across the University System of Maryland. The coordinator will also serve on the NOAA Sea Grant supported management team for the recirculating aquaculture salmon network. The coordinator will be expected to synthesize past and current research in aquaculture supported through funding to MDSG and connect MDSG's activities with aquaculture resarch, education, and outreach efforts at the National Sea Grant College program level.

This position will be for one year with the option to renew based on funding, need, and performance. The position is full-time with benefits, Contractual Contingent 2, with an expected salary of $60,000, and the chosen candidate will report to the MDSG Director and Associate Director. Required qualifications for this position include a master's degree in marine or aquatic sciences, policy, management, or a related field.

To apply, please see the listing in full and complete the online application form here


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