WCC Individual Placement – Restoration Hatchery Technician: PSRF is pleased to serve as a sponsor for the Washington Conservation Corps AmeriCorps Individual Placement (WCC IP) program. The WCC IP will serve as a technician at the Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research and Restoration that PSRF operates at NOAA’s Manchester Research Station on the Kitsap Peninsula. In this position, the WCC IP will assist with all aspects of hatchery production, with a focus on restoration and research programs for Olympia oysters (Ostrea lurida) and pinto abalone (Haliotis kamtschatkana). Tasks include animal husbandry, microalgae culture, data collection and management, facilities maintenance and field work. To a lesser degree, the technician will assist with PSRF’s propagation of bull and sugar kelp at the Chew Center. Read the position description here, and apply by July 25th, 2022. Please share far and wide!
If you’re looking for other opportunities, perhaps some of these pique your interest:
- Summer internships: We will not be able to host a paid summer internship in 2022, but hope to do so in 2023. Check back in Spring 2023!
- Longer-term internships: We also are pleased to host a 6-month to 1-year internship through NOAA’s Veterans Conservation Corps (VCC). Look for us to post the VCC position on a rolling basis.
- Graduate students: PSRF has had many fruitful collaborations with graduate students over the years. Please reach out to us if you have research ideas that fit into any of our program areas.
Thank you so much for exploring ways to join our team!