Michigan Sea Grant (MSG) is searching for an outgoing and self-motivated individual to serve as Communications Program Leader working out of the office in Ann Arbor, MI. The Leader will direct activities of the communications area of MSG. MSG is one of 33 university-based programs committed to the protection and sustainable use of the nation’s marine and Great Lakes resources through research, education, and outreach. The Leader will develop and coordinate the program’s communications strategy, conduct project planning and management, allocate resources, supervise a two-member communications staff, and work cooperatively with communications colleagues at Michigan State University, other Great Lakes Sea Grant programs, and the National Sea Grant Office.
SNRE is seeking an experienced Recruiting and Admissions professional to work as part of a high functioning team in the school's Office of Academic Programs (OAP), focusing on graduate student recruitment and activities. Specifically, we seek an innovative individual that will expand SNRE's recruiting efforts to reach an international audience of prospective students, as well as a broader audience of domestic students. The person in this position represents the school and its mission to many audiences and must perform responsibly and professionally and exercise excellent judgment in dealing with the many internal and external constituencies. This position reports to the Director of OAP.
The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) at the University of Michigan invites individuals to apply for the position of LEO Lecturer I. SNRE's mission is to contribute to the protection of the Earth's resources and the achievement of a sustainable society. The successful applicant(s) will be expected to teach one or both courses to our graduate students during the Fall 2015 semester. The terms of this appointment is from September 1, 2015 - December 18, 2015.