9 de octubre de 2004


The Alaska SeaLife Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to marine research, rehabilitation and public education is seeking candidates for
a: Research Support Technician

This position supports a wide range of field research activities and provides logistical assistance aimed at studies of Steller Seal Lions in Alaska. The R.S.T. reports directly to the Field Coordinator of the Steller Sea Lion Research Program.

Primary responsibilities: Ability to interface with researchers, biologists, and agency officials in order to assist in the coordination of field studies and provide accurate and timely information to supervisory personnel. Assist with the procurement, inventory, and maintenance of equipment and supplies to be used in research projects. Assist in gathering information required for budgeting and ensure that appropriate record keeping is maintained including sample and equipment tracking records and database management. Become proficient in ASLC vessel operation, engine trouble-shooting, and perform boat-based support. Assist in health monitoring and care of research animals.

Requirements include: A 4-year degree from an accredited college or university in a field or specialty area that relates to maritime technology, marine biology, fisheries, wildlife science, ecology or a closely related field. A minimum of 2 years experience in support of programmatic functions and/or research is also required.

Additional training or licensing may be required or requested of the incumbent in order to meet certain programmatic needs.

This is a year round, full-time position. Competitive wage and benefits package. Position is located in Seward, Alaska.
Apply by: October 15, 2004 Start date: ~ November 15, 2004
Send resume, application (downloadable at web site), & references to: Human Resources, Alaska SeaLife Center, PO Box 1329, Seward, AK 99664-1329. Or e-mail The ASLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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