The individual selected for this position will provide professional research assistance with ongoing programs at the E. W. Shell Fisheries Center, School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences, Auburn University.
Essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:
*Develops or assists in the development of complex project proposals, plans, and protocols.
*Conducts non-routine experiments, investigations and/or studies related to programs and projects in pursuit of new knowledge, techniques and concepts.
*Coordinates or assists logistics of research to include equipment, materials, and labor needs.
*Collects data/samples related to others’ research and in complex cases.
*Records, compiles, processes and analyzes data/samples.
*Documents results and observations in writing as well as presenting results to others.
*May prepare research results for publication or presentation at conferences to include performing literature reviews and writing results and discussions.
*May instruct students and/or supervise others’ research in area of expertise.
*May maintain project budgets and/or coordinate funding.
*Coordinate and maintain equipment, materials, labor and support of facility/lab operations.
*Lead and/or assist in development of plans and protocols required for safety and inspection (IACUC, OHS, etc.).
*Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.