Offres d’emplois

Postdoc Position to Map Global Whale-Ship Co-Occurrence (UW Seattle)
A postdoc position is available in the Abrahms lab at the University of Washington, Seattle to examine whale-ship interactions at a global scale. The initial appointment will be for one year with expectation of reappointment for a second year conditional on performance. The postdoc will be supervised by Dr. Briana Abrahms (abrahms@uw.edu) and work closely with project partners at The Nature Conservancy, Benioff Ocean Initiative, Global Fishing Watch, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 

Poste de chercheur postdoctoralZones d’importance écologique et biologique pour les grands prédateurs dans l’estuaire et le golfe du Saint-Laurent, basé sur 25 ans de données d’inventaire, de biologging et de variables environnementale.

Postdoctoral fellow positionEcologically and biologically significant areas for large predators in the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence based on 25 years of survey, biologging and environmental data.

Two post doc positions available through the Excellence Chair ECOMM
The Excellence Chair Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds and Mammals (ECOMM) is funded by the Région Nouvelle Aquitaine and based at research centres in La Rochelle and Chizé. ECOMM is now opening two, two-year post-doctoral positions.

Bio-logging research engineer position available through the Excellence Chair ECOMM
The Excellence Chair Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds and Mammals (ECOMM), funded by the Région Nouvelle Aquitaine and based at research centres in La Rochelle and Chizé, is opening a two-year research-engineer position.

Postdoc position on penguins in Washington

Poste de chercheur postdoctoral – Zones d’importance écologique et biologique pour les grands prédateurs dans l’estuaire et le golfe du Saint-Laurent, basé sur 25 ans de données d’inventaire, de biologging et de variables environnementale. Postdoctoral fellow position – Ecologically and biologically significant areas for large predators in the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence based on 25 years of survey, biologging and environmental data.