Applicants sought for USGS/PI-CASC climate project to engage indigenous Pacific Islanders
The U.S. Geological Survey and the Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center
are seeking applications for the "Indigenous Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian
Climate Engagement" research project. The selected participant for the project will
identify indigenous, native Hawaiian, and other marginalized or traditionally under-represented
community groups and locations across the Pacific Islands region in order for PI-CASC
to develop long-term relationships within the context of climate change adaptation
in natural and cultural resource management.
The selected participant will develop, conduct, and synthesize research and traditional ecological knowledge with and for these groups and locations relevant to PI-CASC's mission to provide science and equivalent knowledge basis for wildlife, ecosystems, and people to adapt to a changing climate.
This full-time opportunity can be managed remotely.
Eligibility: Bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree completed in past five years or to be completed by May 2022 in:
Start date: Summer 2022 (flexible)
Duration: One year initially, with possibility of extending for four additional years
Stipend: Starting at $56,000/year
Application deadline: 3 p.m. ET on Friday, April 15 / 5 a.m. on Saturday, April 16 CHST
For more information:
Visit www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/USGS-2022-05 or contact PI-CASC Federal Director and mentor Dr. Mari-Vaughn Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mangilao, Guam 96913
The University of Guam is a U.S. Land Grant and Sea Grant Institution accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission. UOG is an equal opportunity provider and employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion through island wisdom values of inadahi yan inagofli'e: respect, compassion, and community.