Paid research intern – New Bedford, MA
Organization: Coastal Systems Program
Job Title: Research intern
Location: New Bedford, MA
Hours and Compensation:
Posted On: Jan 7, 2013
Science Based Management for the Restoration and Protection of Massachusetts’ Estuarine Resources…
The Estuaries Project, through the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, School of Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) is providing the scientific and technical support to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for the development and implementation of policies on nitrogen sensitive embayments.
The Coastal Systems Program has opportunities for interns to participate as part of the research effort in summer and throughout the academic year (contingent on funding availability). Research areas include water quality monitoring, nutrient cycling, coastal ecosystems and wetlands ecology.
Interns participate in a wide range of field and laboratory work, including but not limited to nearshore and offshore sampling, citizen-based environmental monitoring, maintenance of long-term experiments in wetlands, sample preparation, and a wide variety of laboratory analytical procedures.
Successful candidates should be capable of working both independently and as part of a team.
To apply for an internship, please send a cover letter, unofficial transcript and resume, including the names of at least three references, to:
Dr. David Schlezinger SMAST 706 South Rodney French Blvd. New Bedford, MA 02744
Cover letters and resumes can also be attached as Word files and emailed to:
dschlezinger – @ – umassd.edu