Do You Live for Biology? Jobs Roundup: Jobs in Biology

Calling all job seekers with a passion for life sciences! If you’re looking for an opportunity to blossom in this field, keep reading because today we’re highlighting jobs in biology. 

Share your love of biology with the youth of New York! Atmosphere Academy Charter Schools in Bronx are looking for Science Teachers to join their team of lead science educators at Atmosphere. The 6th Grade Physical Science Teacher facilitates students’ development and acquisition of key skills and concepts in physics, chemistry, and other physical science related topics. The 7th Grade Life Science Teacher facilitates students’ development and acquisition of key skills and concepts in biology, ecology, physiology, and other life science-related topics. Moreover, they promote such acquisition across all classrooms through interdisciplinary projects and shared instructional practices.

If you’d like to cultivate your budding career in a literal garden, the San Francisco Botanical Garden Society may have the opportunity for you. They are looking for someone to fill the part-time role of Learning and Engagement Coordinator. SFBGS’s twofold mission is to build communities of support for the Botanical Garden and to cultivate the bond between people and plants. In this newly defined position at an organization in transition, the Coordinator should be flexible, a creative problem solver, an enthusiastic Garden ambassador, and a conscientious team member!

Meld your interest in biology with your computer technology skills as a Software Support Specialist for the American Society for Cell Biology! Located in Maryland, the organization is an inclusive, international community of biologists studying the fundamental unit of life- the cell. The Software Support Specialist will have a broad range of responsibilities including, but not limited to, writing MS SQL queries, developing HTML enabled email, troubleshooting PC issues and writing Crystal Reports.

Looking for an opportunity to grow (professionally)? Join Forest Trends as a Research Assistant! Forest Trends is an international environmental conservation organization based in Washington, D.C. that works to achieve sustainable development and conservation by capturing the value for ecosystem services, and expanding the value of forests and other natural ecosystems to society. The research assistant will work closely with the FTBI team and a research advisor to conduct supervised research on biodiversity mitigation initiatives around the world. The work will span approximately 3 months, from mid-May to mid-August, with the possibility of extension. Exact start and end dates are negotiable, but hurry! Application deadline is April 15th.

Need a change of scenery? Pack your sunscreen, bathing suit and biology degree and head to Guatemala to join Panajachel Colegio Internacional as a Natural Science Teacher! The position requires that the instructor teach a minimum of four classes per day in addition to being involved in many other affairs of the school (i.e. lunch duty, school play, staff meetings, etc.). While the teaching for this position is to be done 100% in English, basic proficiency in Spanish is recommended.

Is biology more of a side hobby to your true passion for engineering? Apply to be the Program Associate for the Science Program at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in California! This organization works to find and support the bold ideas that will create an enduring impact in environmental conservation, science, and patient care.The primary responsibility of this position is to make sure that the systems to manage grants and strategic program workflows are implemented efficiently by the EPiQS team through effective coordination. Candidates with a bachelors or masters degree in science as well a demonstrated interest in biology or other science related research are strongly encouraged to apply.

Don’t see the perfect opportunity here for you? Check out all in biology listed on Idealist here. Happy job hunting!

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