Coastal Community Resilience & Adaptation Specialist
Alaska Sea Grant is recruiting applicants for a coastal community resilience and adaptation specialist. The research assistant professor position is open to candidates with a master’s degree or higher in a broad range of sciences or community planning, with experience in a field such as coastal hazards, coastal engineering, community planning, and rural development.
The search committee is looking for a new faculty member who will integrate into the current Alaska SeaGrant Marine Advisory Program, bringing knowledge and skills in areas such as community hazard mitigation, economic resilience, and climate change adaptation planning. The position is funded by Alaska Sea Grant, Alaska Center for Climate Assessment, Alaska Ocean Observing System, and NOAA.
The new specialist will be based at the Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program office in Anchorage. A more detailed description and instructions on how to apply are available here.
Applicant review begins October 26, 2015.