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Louisiana Sea Grant’s Job Postings

  • Accounting Coordinator
    This position is responsible for the auditing and reconciliation for state and federal grant funds along with funding from private sector sponsors, state appropriations, revenue, and LSU Foundation.
  • Assistant/Associate Professor
    The School of Plant Environmental and Soil Sciences and the Louisiana Sea Grant Program seek applicants for a 12-month tenure track position in coastal and inland water quality (70% extension, 25% research, 5% teaching). Through the cooperative extension service this position requires working closely with a diverse community, including background, education, resource access, and experience, and as such the applicant should demonstrate their approach to developing a successful extension program for this diverse working group.
  • Programmatic Services Support
    Louisiana Sea Grant (LSG), through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), intends to administer a subaward contract for Programmatic Services in support of the Better Bycatch Reduction Project. LSG is requesting letters of interest from qualified firms, preferably in a Gulf of Mexico state.
  • Research Associate 4
    The Research Associate 4 will work in the Transboundary Aquatic and Coastal Ecology lab in the Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences and with Louisiana Sea Grant to apply advanced knowledge in all research aspects of the Proof of Concept Testing and BRD vs. BRD testing. This includes: trips on the vessels as well as all research design, data input, data management, data analysis, communication of messaging resulting from the research component, research report summaries, and updates to NOAA and the working group as required.
  • Research Associate Specialist
    This position will involve research related to improving fish quality through cold chain management and packaging. The ideal candidate will be experienced in working in the field and working in laboratory setting. The individual filling this position will be responsible for managing all laboratory and field activities including inventory and procurement of supplies, as well as supervise undergraduate student workers. The RA will be responsible for coordinating research studies, sample collection, managing, preparation, and analyses. Statistical analysis also will be expected. The position involves supporting and working with faculty, graduate students, as well as state, federal, non-governmental organization, and industry collaborators. Sporadic travel to collect samples within Louisiana is expected, including overnight stays, and occasional weekend work may be required.

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