The Texas Sea Grant College Program is dedicated to the understanding, wise use and stewardship of the state’s coastal and marine resources. It is part of a network of 33 university-based programs in coastal and Great Lakes states that operate as a partnership between the state governments and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Texas Sea Grant is located at Texas A&M University and is part of the College of Geosciences. Texas Sea Grant focuses on three primary, interconnected activities: research, outreach and education.
The Program Manager, under direction, supports the Texas Sea Grant College Program to plan, organize, direct, and manage extension activities associated with the Resilient Communities and Economies (RCE) strategic focus area. The Program Manager will lead the development and implementation of education, outreach, and engagement programs that support communities with planning and risk assessment, disaster preparedness and recovery, resilience design and project implementation, and long-standing economic and social inequities.
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The Sea Grant Science Outreach Program is seeking a Texas-based extension specialist to join the team. The interdisciplinary Gulf-wide team members bring peer-reviewed oil spill and ecosystem science findings to people with a vested interest in a healthy marine environment through extension publications and public science seminars. The ideal candidate will have a strong grounding in a field such as biology, fisheries, ecosystem science, or natural resource economics and a proven ability to share science with audiences of all backgrounds and abilities. Based in Corpus Christi, the position requires travel throughout the Gulf region and beyond, in addition to strong writing and public speaking skills. To learn more about the other team members, read the team’s publications, or watch videos of past seminars, or visit the website at gulfseagrant.org/oilspilloutreach. For the full job description and to apply, visit tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com.
The Texas Sea Grant College Program, based at Texas A&M University in College Station, is in search of a new senior associate director. This person would serve as member of the Texas Sea Grant leadership team. The person would provide leadership and direction for the management and administration of strategic planning and provide implementation and evaluation across the entire organization.
The senior associate director will set the program’s long-term vision, manage its sponsored programs portfolio and oversee program facilities. Additionally, they will lead program data collection and will lead reporting for NOAA’s programmatic evaluations. The senior associate director will manage the extension program, its outreach projects and secure its funding. Furthermore, they will be responsible for building professional relationships with public agencies, private industry and non-governmental organizations.
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