We tag every company profile based on location, industry, and job/internship types offered. Pick a keyword below to find similar employers:
Posted by Willy Franzen on April 15, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Research Assistant II||Woods Hole, MA|
|Assistant or Associate Scientist||Woods Hole, MA|
|Research Associate III||Woods Hole, MA|
|Engineering Assistant II||Woods Hole, MA|
|Engineering Assistant III (2 openings)||Woods Hole, MA|
|Postdoctoral Investigator||Woods Hole, MA|
|Chief Development Officer||Woods Hole, MA|
|Senior Officer, Conservation Enforcement||Washington, DC|
|Security Guard (2 openings)||Woods Hole, MA|
|Security Guard||Woods Hole, MA|
100 years ago today the Titanic sank. It wasn’t the world’s first transportation disaster, nor was it the last, but it’s the one that continues to captivate people. As a kid I was absolutely fascinated by the story of the Titanic–the unsinkable ship that sank. I had a few books on the topic that I read over and over again. I learned about Alvin, the deep sea submersible, and Jason Jr., the underwater robot, and how they were used to explore the Titanic once it was discovered in 1985 (by essentially dragging video cameras just above the ocean floor). The discovery and expeditions were partially done by teams from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, which is a Woods Hole, MA based “non-profit research and higher education facility dedicated to the study of all aspects of marine science and engineering and to the education of marine researchers.” If it has to do with ocean science and exploration, there’s an extremely good chance that the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is on top of it.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution focuses its research on a number of areas including Climate & Ocean, Coastal Science, Hazards, Ocean Chemistry, Ocean Circulation, Ocean Life, Ocean Resources & Policy, Polar Research, Pollution, Seafloor & Below, Tools & Technology, and Underwater Archaeology. They employ all kinds of scientists to work on a vast array of programs and projects. If you have any interest at all in oceanography, you need to take some to browse the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution website. It’s well designed and packed with information. After that, the next step is to check out their Jobs page. While they don’t have anything that is tailor made for a new grad, the Engineering Assistant positions are worth checking out. There’s also a Information Systems Associate II/III position that could be a fit. Finally, they have Scientist and Postdoc positions that might interest you if you’ve gone well beyond undergrad in terms of education.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
Are you fascinated by the Titanic?