Are you a proactive research leader and skilled manager, experienced in aquaculture and able to seek, plan and implement collaborative research projects? If so, here’s your opportunity to represent the University of Guelph, Office of Research as the resource person for the private, public and research communities.
Reporting to the Director, Research Facilities Management and OMAFRA / U of G Agreement, and with support of the Aquaculture Program Coordinator, the Manager, Alma Aquaculture Research Station (AARS), is the primary point of contact between researchers and the research station in regard to enabling and facilitating the conduct of faculty-led aquaculture-based research trials and programs at this station. As such, the incumbent must have an excellent understanding of research principles, approaches and procedures, and be able to plan how research activities and trials can be implemented effectively within the quasi-commercial operational paradigm of the research station. As well as being an information and resource person for the private, public and research communities, the manager proactively seeks opportunities for projects between the AARS and industry and other private sector partners.
The mandate as Manager of the Alma Aquaculture Research Station calls for a master’s degree in Fisheries/Aquatic Science, plus a minimum of 5 years’ hands-on aquaculture experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
To view a detailed posting for the role of Manager, Alma Aquaculture Research Station, including application instructions, please go to our website at www.uoguelph.ca/jobs, or view the link below.
Applications, quoting Hiring #2017 0512, must be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Closing date: November 16, 2017.