Sea Education Association Marine Ecology/Oceanography Faculty in Falmouth, Massachusetts

Sea Education Association (SEA), invites applications for a full-time 9-month faculty position at the assistant or associate professor level in Marine Ecology/Oceanography. We are a non-profit educational institution located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, teaching innovative, rigorous, and interdisciplinary oceanography and environmental science SEA Semester programs on our campus in Woods Hole, and aboard our state-of-the-art sailing research vessels, SSV Corwith Cramer and SSV Robert C. Seamans in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and Pacific. These undergraduate semester courses consist of intensive classroom instruction complemented by a 4-7 week research cruise to execute independent student research. Teaching responsibilities include two semester programs and selected seminars or academic support projects each year. The position is a renewable appointment for nine months of work over a twelve-month period, involving up to 14 weeks per year at sea in the role of Chief Scientist with the remaining 25 weeks of work based in Woods Hole (Falmouth), MA. The successful candidate will pursue a professional agenda of innovative interdisciplinary teaching, excellent scholarship and possess the desire to join and contribute to a deeply committed educational community. Successful applicants will be expected to teach courses on a variety of topics including marine ecology, marine biology, oceanography, and oceanographic field methods. Climate change and marine biodiversity are important components of many of our programs. The candidate will also supervise independent research projects carried out at sea. A Ph.D. in marine science, oceanography, or marine biology is required with extensive field experience desired. Research interests in coral reef ecosystems preferred. A review of applications will begin July 15, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled.