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Southeast Conference Seeking 2 Mariculture Project Coordinators

Southeast Conference is looking to hire two full-time or 3/4 time Mariculture Project Coordinators (MPC) to support Southeast Conference’s role in managing the 7 projects included in the Alaska Mariculture Cluster’s (AMC) proposal. The MPCs will support Southeast Conference’s Mariculture Project Manager, liaising with several AMC partners to ensure project goals and deliverables are being met and provide technical assistance to the AMC coalition members and other participating partners.

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Southeast Conference Seeking 1-2 Mariculture Grant Technicians

Southeast Conference is looking to hire 1-2 full-time or ¾ time Grant Technicians to support Southeast Conference’s role in managing the 7 projects included in the Alaska Mariculture Cluster. The Grant Technicians will provide general administrative support coordinating schedules, organizing a variety of board meetings and conference planning, financial reporting support, and other projects as assigned.

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Coalition Vision

Develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long-term benefit of Alaska’s economy, environment, and communities.

[In Alaska, mariculture refers to enhancement, restoration and aquatic farming of shellfish and seaweeds.]

Coalition Members: Southeast Conference – lead (SEC), Prince William Sound Economic Development District (PWSEDD), Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District (KPEDD), Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference (SWAMC), State of Alaska, Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA), Alaska Mariculture Alliance (AMA), Alaska Sea Grant (ASG), Mariculture Research and Training Center (MRTC), Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation (AFDF), University of Alaska (system-wide), Alaska Blue Economy Center (ABEC), and Alaska Longline Fishermen’s Association (ALFA).