Biological Research AssistantCss Inc.Beaufort, NCAssist team members with chemical analysis of extracted samples for algal toxins via enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), or other designated methods.
Ecosystems ModelerCss Inc.Beaufort, NCStrong background in coastal wetland ecology, wetland biogeochemistry, geomorphology, hydrology, GIS analysis, geospatial or numerical modeling, data visualization, and R programming;
Aquaculture SupportCss Inc.Beaufort, NCThe Aquaculture Support will provide technical support to the NCCOS Coastal Aquaculture team including collection of spatial data from state agencies, supporting research on SAV and shellfish aquaculture interactions.
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Environmental Scientist InternCss Inc.Beaufort, NCThe project is being conducted by NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS), Marine Spatial Ecology Division, Coastal Restoration and Resilience Branch (CRRA) in collaboration with Duke University. Intern
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Administrative SpecialistCss Inc.Charleston, SCCSS is seeking a full-time Administrative Specialist to support NOAA s National Ocean Science in Charleston, SC. The Administrative Specialist will manage the administrative functions of operating an efficient and effective office.
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