The project includes archaeology, iso- and bio-geochemistry, fisheries, marine science, marine mammal science, and toxicology. The postdoctoral position will focus on analyses and publications of stable isotopes, both bulk and compound-specific. The ideal candidate will have a passion for working with an interdisciplinary team, a background in isotope ecology (including the use of compound specific amino acid analyses), preferably with knowledge of historical ecology, paleoecology, and/or archaeology.

Individuals with a strong background in one discipline with a desire to become more interdisciplinary are welcome to apply. Applicants should have excellent interpersonal communication skills and be intrinsically motivated, dynamic, and able to function in a highly collaborative research environment where interdisciplinary research development and dissemination of new information to community and science audiences are key goals. Leadership in stable isotope analyses and subsequent first-author manuscripts and laboratory skills are expected and required.

Application review will begin 10 October 2022 with an anticipated start date of January 2023 or to be negotiated

Contact Nicole Misarti at if interested.

Read more about the project here.