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Fwd: [ocean-color] Position open - phytoplankton physiologist/ecologist - USF

Dear colleagues:

 This position is still open and we welcome applications from top-notch young scientists who can address marine phytoplankton physiology/ecology (in a broad sense of the oceanographic discipline).

 [NOTE - THE DATES IN THE ANNOUNCEMENT REMAIN OPEN AND FLEXIBLE!! IGNORE THE DATES.]


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https://employment.usf.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=180922



Posting Title:

Phytoplankton Physiologist/Ecologist  




Department Number/Name:

0-2500-000 College of Marine Science  



College/Division:

College of Marine Science  



Location of Position/Campus:

USF St. Petersburg  





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Salary Plan:

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Hiring Salary/Salary Range:

Salary is negotiable and competitive.  




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