Employment

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Founded in 1987 by the late David Packard, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) is a non-profit, private oceanographic research institute, uniquely dedicated to the development of state-of-the-art equipment, instrumentation, systems and methods for scientific research in the deep waters of the ocean. Located in Moss Landing, California, the heart of the nation’s largest marine sanctuary, MBARI places a balanced emphasis on science and engineering, with established programs in remotely operated vehicle (ROV) and autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) technology, ocean physics, chemistry, geology, biology, and social science, as well as information management and ocean instrumentation research and development.

MBARI is now in search of highly motivated individuals to become a part of its mission. Please refer to each position announcement at left for instructions on how to apply.

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

MBARI is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. MBARI considers all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or covered veteran status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

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MBARI Welcomes Diversity

Current openings

Deep-sea squat lobster (Galatheidae) on a bubblegum coral (Paragorgia sp.)

Research Specialist

MBARI is seeking a highly motivated individual with broad experience and training in marine biology, ecology, and oceanography to assist and collaborate on research and development projects concerning nearshore to deep-sea biology and ecology.
A SOCCOM float in the Southern Ocean.
SOCCOM is a National Science Foundation-sponored program to outfit a fleet of drifters in the Southern Ocean with sensors to monitor temperature, salinity, pH, nitrate, and oxygen down to depths of 2,000 meters.

Research Technician

The primary task of this position is to manage the processing of SOCCOM (Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observation and Modeling Program) profiling float data.