Florida Sea Grant is seeking applications for two tenure-track extension faculty positions in the areas of seafood and marine economics. Both positions will be housed at the University of Florida and include a 70 percent extension and 30 percent research appointment.
The marine economist will help develop an applied research and extension program to address a wide range of economics issues related to marine resource utilization and management, marine resource-based industries (including but not limited to fisheries, aquaculture, and seafood trade), and the associated natural resources, communities, and consumers in Florida and the Gulf of Mexico/South Atlantic region. The deadline to apply for this position is Feb. 1, 2019.
The seafood specialist will provide extension services and research addressing technical aspects of seafood and aquaculture product safety, quality and nutrition in both domestic and international commerce, as well as stakeholder interests in commerce and regulation from production and processing through food service and retail sectors. The deadline to apply for this position is Feb. 8, 2019.
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