Senckenberg Ocean Species Alliance - discovery, conservation, fascination, marine biodiversity!
Led by @sigwartae & @TorbenRiehl
🐙 Please R/T 🐙
We are recruiting a Public Engagement Strategist and team leader for our work on taxonomy and conservation of marine biodiversity.
Like those things? Can you be the "translator" between science and media? Come work with us!
Jobs | SOSA Project
🐙 Please R/T 🐙
We are recruiting a public outreach leader for our work on taxonomy and conservation of marine biodiversity.
Like those things? And can you talk to German and international media? Come work with us !
We are currently recruiting a bioinformatics position to work on molluscan genome assemblies. Please RT and apply!
Vote now! Painted snail and shipworm vie for mollusc of the year title
Winner from shortlist of five will have its genome sequenced as scientists raise awareness of species’ amazing roles in nature
@sigwartae @CarolaGreve @geobiodiversity @malacologica
Do you like BIOINFORMATICS?
Would you like to work on molluscan genomics?
We need a clever and infinitely patient person to join our team - please spread the word!
Application deadline 27 Feb
Remember #molluscoftheyear 2021?😍🐌🐙🦑🦪
Together with @senckenberg @malacologica we're launching #molluscoftheyear 2022!
Nominate your favourite #mollusc for free #genome #sequencing! Any living species of mollusc, anywhere in 🌍 is eligible!
Dive deep into ocean diversity! Careers with us in SOSA
We're hiring a project manager to support the new Senckenberg Ocean Species Alliance @oceanspecies_
Are you passionate about ... marine biodiversity? working in an international team? project management skills? (And you speak German)
Fully-funded PhD positions for international students
in marine #biodiversity and #evolution in Frankfurt, Germany @senckenberg
chitons! sea cucumbers! isopods! - application deadline 27 Feb 2022
We're hiring!! 2 weeks left to apply
tenure-track curator of marine invertebrates @Senckenberg in Frankfurt, Germany
We're looking for a specialist researcher on polychaetes, echinoderms, or bryozoans or sponges - could it be you?