Assistant/Associate Professor in Fisheries Management – DL 28 Feb 19

Title:?Assistant/Associate Professor in Fisheries Management
Location:?Muscat, Oman, Sultan Qaboos University, Marine Science and Fisheries department?
Categories:?contract base, renewable?
Salary:?Comprehensive and tax free, free housing and medical, tickets for the family, school subsidies.
Duties:?Develop and teach courses in Fisheries Management and other areas related to his/her expertise including introductory and advanced courses.Supervise undergraduate and post-graduate students.Develop a research program in Fisheries Management and other areas related to his/her expertise. The candidate is expected to work as part of an inter-disciplinary research team and to conduct joint research in his/her field nationally and internationally.Provide community service to the general public and the official institutions through public presentations, field demonstrations, technical training, extension and workshops.?
Selection criteria:Ph.D. in Fisheries or related field, from a reputable university.?An established record of successful grant applications and peer-reviewed research publications in fisheries management, such as stock assessment, fisheries socio-economics, fisheries policy and sustainability.?Significant experience in teaching, particularly developing courses and supervising students.
Application:?Interested candidates are requested to:?
A. Submit an application package including:
1. Cover letter with a statement of interest,
2. Detailed curriculum vitae with the list of publications, and
3. Names and addresses of three referees.
To: Dr. Wenresti Gallardo?Head, Department of Marine Science and FisheriesSultan Qaboos UniversityPhone: (+ 968) 2414 3750, Fax: (+ 968) 2441 3418,Email:; Cc to:
Position will remain open until filled, but applications received before 28th?of February 2019 will receive priority consideration.?The University reserves the right not to make an appointment in any particular case.?
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Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2019 13:42:03 -0500
From: Grace Sowaske <>
Subject: [Coral-List] Live Feeds Researcher – Copepod Production
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Hi All,
We have an opening at the University of Florida’s Tropical Aquaculture lab
for a live feeds researcher specializing in copepods. Please see
description below for details.
Position AvailableLive Feeds Researcher – Copepod Production
Start:  February 2019
Program:  Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Deadline:  January 31, 2019 or as soon as a suitable candidate is identified
Description:  We are currently seeking applicants for a live feeds
researcher position investigating commercial production methods for marine
copepods. The successful applicant will investigate critical gaps in
knowledge regarding system design, husbandry, nutrition, and production
economics for two copepod species. This position may be hired as a
post-doctoral research associate or biologist depending upon qualifications.
Location:  This position will be located at the University of Florida?s
Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory (, a fully equipped
research and extension center located in Ruskin, Florida. The facility
includes 5 greenhouses, 50 earthen ponds, a climate controlled hatchery,
and a full-service disease diagnostic laboratory.
  – M.S. or Ph.D. degree in biology, zoology, marine sciences, aquaculture
  or related discipline
  – Demonstrated research experience and familiarity with marine
  aquaculture, live feed production, and phytoplankton culture is preferred
  – Familiarity with statistical and economic analyses is desirable
  – Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Salary/Benefits:  Commensurate with education and experience
Application: Interested applicants should submit the following documents as
a single pdf or word file via email to Dr. Matthew DiMaggio
by the January 31, 2019 deadline.
  – Cover letter summarizing interest in the position, qualifications and
  – Curriculum Vitae
  – Unofficial academic transcripts
  – Names and contact information of three professional references
Grace Sowaske
(608) 217-6399
via Coral-list