Opportunities for Marine Biologists in HK

Jobs and research funding for marine biologists are pretty thin on the ground, so I am re-posting these job opportunities at HK University of Science & Technology I spotted on scholarshipsDb.com recently:

Faculty Positions at HKUST

Lecturer I/II (Environmental Science Programs)
degree in one of the following areas: marine science, environmental microbiology, conservation biology, food safety and health, with proven ability to teach effectively in English. (Duration: 2 years)

Lecturer I/II
degree in one of the following areas: marine science, environmental microbiology, conservation biology, food safety and health, with proven ability to teach effectively in English. (Duration: 2 years)

Teaching Associate
marine science, environmental microbiology, conservation biology, food safety and health, with proven ability to teach effectively in English. (Duration: 1 year, renewable)

Program Manager
in one of the following areas: marine science, environmental microbiology, conservation biology, food safety and health, with proven ability to teach effectively in English. (Duration: 1 year, renewable)

Research Assistants
Several positions are available in the laboratory of Prof. Qian Pei-yuan in the Division of Life Science for research projects on marine microbial meta-genomics of deepseas environmental samples

You can find the original listing here:
scholarshipsdb.com

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hkmarinelife

I am a ex-marine biologist now working for a regular job, but I am still passionate about marine biology and oceanography. I studied Marine Science and completed a PhD in deep-sea ecology and biodiversity. I fell in love with HK's rich marine environment when I was a child. This blog is my collection of interesting facts, news and articles that celebrate and educate on HK's diverse marine environment.

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