Research opportunity: Engage with Indigenous Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians

Aerial view of Mānoa coast
Mānoa Ahupua’a

The U.S. Geological Survey and the Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center are seeking applications for a research opportunity relative to developing long-term relationships within the context of climate change adaptation in natural and cultural resource management.

The selected participant will develop, conduct, and synthesize research and traditional ecological knowledge with and for indigenous Pacific islanders and native Hawaiians relevant to PI-CASC’s mission to provide science and equivalent knowledge basis for wildlife, ecosystems, and people to adapt to a changing climate.

This full-time opportunity can be managed remotely. Applicants must have a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree in related fields, or must be pursuing one of these with anticipated graduation in May 2022. The degree of relevance must have been conferred in the past five years.

The deadline to apply for this opportunity is 3 p.m. April 15, 2022 (EST). For more information, please visit the job announcement page or contact PI-CASC Federal Director and mentor Dr. Mari-Vaughn Johnson at mvjohnson(at)