2021-2022 Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia (OAH) Fellowship
This fellowship position will support DEQ’s activities related to Oregon’s Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia policy, particularly focusing on collaboration with other federal and state agencies and academia by assisting with the convening and facilitation of a scientific technical workgroup. The OAH Fellowship will place one fellow with an anticipated start-date of November 15, 2021. This is a full time, one-year opportunity with the possibility for extension. This position is based in Portland or Salem, OR (both remote and in-office working are possibilities depending on the State and DEQ’s policy at the time of the fellowship).
Eligibility & Award:
Open to individuals that are pursuing or have recently completed a post-graduate degree (Masters, PhD, or other related professional degrees) from any university or college (US or international) with interest and experience in coastal policy. Preference will be given to those who will have completed their degree by the start of the fellowship—as a full-time position, the full benefits of this opportunity may be achieved most effectively post-graduation. The fellowship will pay up to $42,000 for the year, in monthly stipend payments. Applicants must be eligible to work in the US without additional sponsorship prior to the start of this fellowship. Must declare intent to apply (via email to email@example.com
) at least one week before deadline.