Review of applicants will commence immediately and continue as applications are received until the position is filled. A start date of July 2014 is expected.
Please send: 1) a cover letter describing your suitability for the position; 2) a copy of your CV; and 3) contact details for 2 academic/professional referees (please do not send letters of reference). Applications sent by email are preferred. For enquiries and/or submission of applications, contact:
Dr. Andrew Peters
Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, 17 Biological Station, St. George’s GE01, Bermuda
T: 441-297-1880 ext. 240
Duties & Responsibilities
The main duties of the technician will include: 1) Maintenance and operation of atmospheric sampling and monitoring equipment; 2) Preparation and analysis of samples; 3) Operation of analytical equipment; 4) Data analysis and management. Other duties will be assigned by the Principal Investigator to ensure the successful functioning of the programs. The successful applicant will be required to acquire Bermuda light truck and scooter driving licenses.
The Environmental Quality Program and Tudor Hill Marine Atmospheric Observatory are dynamic and varied programs that often function in response to operational needs at short notice. The ideal candidate will therefore need to be flexible, reliable and conscientious and possess good personal organization skills. Some physical activity, including servicing instrumentation on a 23 m walk-up tower and lifting heavy loads, is required. This position would suit a recent graduate.
Email your CV, cover letter, and references to:
Dr. Andrew Peters firstname.lastname@example.org