Serve as the primary technical resource within the following areas: coastal processes and hazards (including impacts of climate change on coastal systems), shoreline erosion and erosion management, coastal flooding and mitigation planning, coastal structures and engineering, marine facilities design, as well as operation and management for New York Sea Grant and Cornell Cooperative Extension. Plan and conduct extension education programs in coastal processes and hazards; develop significant new subject matter materials, tools and programs such as curricula and extension education publications, websites, and other technology based extension mechanisms. Seek, obtain, manage and administer external funding for applied research and extension activities related to subject matter areas. Keep current in area of professional expertise. Primary geographic area responsibility includes Sea Grant's Marine District (Long Island, New York City and Hudson Valley).
Marine District Coastal Processes and Hazards Specialist
Stony Brook, New York
Full Time - Three year appointment with possible extension
Monday, February 27, 2017