Sea Education Association (SEA), www.sea.edu invites applications for  
permanent full-time 9-month faculty
positions at the assistant or associate professor level in Marine  
Environmental Sciences and Social Sciences. SEA a non-profit  
educational institution located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, SEA  
offers innovative undergraduate programs (SEA Semester®) which combine  
marine sciences, leadership training, history and policy in an  
interdisciplinary study of the ocean and its relation to society. The  
program include rigorous social science, oceanography and  
environmental science programs on our campus in Woods Hole, and aboard  
state-of-the-art sailing research vessels, SSV Corwith Cramer and SSV  
Robert C. Seamans in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The  
undergraduate semester courses consist of intensive classroom  
instruction complemented by a 4-7 week research cruise to execute  
independent student research.

Marine Environmental Science Faculty Position
Teaching responsibilities include two semester courses and selected  
seminar programs each year with up to 14 weeks at sea in the role of  
Chief Scientist. The position is based in Woods Hole (Falmouth), MA.  
The successful candidate will pursue a professional agenda of  
innovative interdisciplinary teaching and excellent scholarship, and  
possess the desire to join and contribute to a deeply committed  
educational community. Successful applicants will be expected to teach  
courses on a variety of topics including oceanography, marine  
environmental history, climate change, biodiversity, marine biology,  
marine ecology, oceanographic methods, and also supervise independent  
research projects. A Ph.D. in a natural science is required with  
extensive field experience desired.

A review of applications will begin February 15, 2015, and will  
continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a  
cover letter, curriculum vitae, one-page statement of teaching  
philosophy, and the names and contact information for three  
professional references. E-mail materials to scientistsearch@sea.edu.  
Questions about this position may also be sent to this email address.

Social Sciences Faculty Member
SEA is seeking social science candidates who possess strong training  
in public policy and history and particularly welcome applicants with  
significant experiences or training in: Anthropology; Policy History;  
Maritime History; and Atlantic, Caribbean, or Pacific Studies. The  
successful candidate will have the desire to join and contribute to a  
deeply committed educational community and to pursue a professional  
agenda of innovative interdisciplinary teaching and excellent  
scholarship, working in a team with a marine scientist/oceanographer  
and nautical science instructor/licensed captain for 12 weeks on shore  
and at sea. A Ph.D. in a relevant field is required.

The position is a renewable appointment for nine months of work over a  
twelve-month period, involving approximately 14 weeks per year sea  
service with the remaining 25 weeks of work based in Woods Hole  
(Falmouth), MA. A review of applications will begin on February 1,  
2015, and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants  
should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, one-page statement of  
teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information for three  
professional references. Email materials to MSSearch@sea.edu.  
Questions about this position may also be sent to this email
address.

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