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Coastal Mendocino Extension Fellowship

University of California

Job Description

California Sea Grant and the City of Fort Bragg are partnering to host a 24-month Coastal Mendocino Extension Fellowship. The fellow will help to inform the development of the Noyo Harbor Blue Economy Visioning, Resiliency and Implementation Plan. This will include collecting data, conducting analyses and integrating this information into planning. The fellow will also help coordinate and conduct community engagement to share information and solicit input on science results and planning concepts. The position will be physically based in Fort Bragg, CA and the fellow will be part of the City of Fort Bragg special projects team. The fellow will also be a member of the California Sea Grant extension team and jointly mentored by a team of four California Sea Grant Extension Specialists. Applications may be submitted by a graduate who has completed their degree (Masters, Ph.D., or J.D) ideally in a cross-cutting social and natural science field such as coastal/marine resource policy and management, economics, fisheries/aquaculture, oceanography, coastal or marine ecology or biology, civil or coastal engineering, natural resource management, environmental science and/or conservation, human ecology, or coastal land use policy or law at any accredited U.S. institution of higher education. The Fellow must complete all degree requirements before starting the fellowship.

Eligibility & Requirements

Resume/curriculum vitae (not to exceed two pages using 12-point font). A personal education and career goal statement that emphasizes the applicant's abilities and interest in coastal science and management. The applicant should identify their specific interest in blue economy plan development and community resilience and include any relevant experience. This can include research and/or professional experience with working waterfronts, climate hazards and adaptation, aquaculture/fisheries, or the integration of socio-economic knowledge into resource management and decision making processes (1,000 words or less). Two to three professional references, including one from someone who is most familiar with the applicant’s academic career

Academic Level

Postdoctoral Scholar.


Engineering. Life Sciences.


California Sea Grant
City of Fort Bragg

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