Mote Marine Laboratory is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks to diversify its work force. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote Marine Laboratory participates in E-Verify.


Our current employment openings are listed below.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Ray Biology and Conservation Research

Communications Coordinator

Marketing & Public Relations Manager

Guest Services/Membership Associate, Part Time

Guest Services Associate - Part Time

Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Assistant

Life Support Systems Operator - located in Key Largo

Life Support Systems Operator - Sarasota

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Ray Biology and Conservation Research

Position: Mote Marine Laboratory intends to grant a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Ray Biology and Conservation.  An applicant’s research focus should be on the ecology of rays and their habitats in Florida and across the Caribbean, such as species habitat utilization, species geographic location, regulatory and fishing technology protection impacts, improving fishing catch and monitoring data, community education/outreach effects, and diversity and population size trends.  The incumbent will be tasked with coordinating with current ray research activities at Mote and collaborating to develop a Ray Biology and Conservation Research Program. Additional tasks will be growing/developing strategic partnerships to assist in furthering Ray science, educational outreach, and fisheries and habitat management.

Mote Background: Mote is celebrating over 68 years as one of the few remaining independent, non-profit international marine research laboratories. The Mote research enterprise has over 20 diverse research programs, an array of education/outreach programs, and an aquarium featuring working laboratories with more than 100 marine species.  Mote currently has more than 40 PhD-level scientists, over 280 staff and approximately 1300 volunteers that are located on its main campus in Sarasota and across six additional campuses/facilities including a state-of-the-art 200 acre marine and freshwater aquaculture research park, a 19,000 square foot International Center for Coral Reef Research & Restoration in the Florida Keys and work is underway for a new 110,000 square foot Mote Science Education Aquarium.

The Mote scientific expertise is considerable and diverse, and is augmented by approximately 150 non-resident scientists from more than 100 different U.S. and international institutions who are involved in projects at Mote.  In addition, more than 70 non-resident scientists from around the world have been appointed as Adjunct Mote Scientists due to their significant level of sustained collaboration with Mote scientists and regular use of Mote facilities to conduct their research.

Application:  Recent (2020 and after) PhD graduates are invited to apply.  Applicants with a firm expectation of graduation by July 31, 2023 will be considered. This full-time position includes an expected initial annual salary of approximately $60,000, health insurance with family options, and benefits including an opt-in retirement plan with employer matching, leaves for holidays, illness, and vacation, and other benefits. The Postdoctoral Fellow will also have an established researcher assigned to serve as a Mentor and will receive office/laboratory space at the Mote City Island campus in Sarasota, and funds for startup, operations, and travel. The Fellowship will be for a period of three years assuming appropriate annual progress. Exemplary Fellows may be invited to join Mote as a Staff Scientist upon completion of their initial three-year appointment.

Mote envisions significant growth of its Ray Biology and Conservation Research Program as part of the evolution of its current Sarasota campus into an International Marine Science, Technology and Innovation Park, continued expansion of the Mote Aquaculture Research Park, and stand up of satellite campuses/facilities along the Florida coral reef.  The position also affords the opportunity for hosting visiting scientists, interactions with scientists from multiple disciplines at Mote, and oversight of student interns and volunteers. Postdoctoral Fellows are selected based on their ability to not only strengthen and diversify the Laboratory’s significant existing research expertise, but also the potential to establish their own innovative research initiatives that address Mote’s Beyond 2020 Vision & Strategic Plan. 

Applicants should submit the following:

Cover letter addressed to Kevin Claridge, Vice President of Sponsored Research and Coastal Policy, of interest including present employment status
Academic transcript of doctoral studies
Copy of PhD if achieved or expected graduation date.
Curriculum vitae
Two-page essay, excluding references and exhibits, describing intended research and mentors.
Three representative journal publications, in press or published
Names and contact information for three references

Applications should be submitted by selecting “2023 Postdoctoral Fellow, Ray Biology and Conservation” at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants  or mail a single package to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236. 

Review of applications will begin February 10, 2023 and will close when filled. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or other protected category. We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas at this time. Mote Marine Laboratory is an E-Verify employer. Questions regarding this position may be sent to Kevin Claridge, Vice President of Sponsored Research and Coastal Policy Programs at kclaridge@mote.org. 

 

Communications Coordinator

Job Description:

●    This full-time, entry-level position is responsible for supporting community relations and communications activities for all Mote divisions and programs, and the institutional goals of: 1) promoting Mote as a world-class marine research institution, 2) generating attendance for Mote Aquarium, Education programs and events, and 3) supporting fundraising efforts. It supports and enhances the institution’s reputation, integrity and partnerships, primarily through content creation and analytics interpretation for Mote’s online/digital outreach platforms.

 

Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities:

●    Responsible for the day-to-day planning and execution of the organization’s social media channels, including content and strategy

●    Responsible for developing and writing content for Mote’s website, internal publications and press releases

●    Responsible for the day-to-day planning and execution of the organization’s email communications, including scheduling, content creation and mailing list management

●    Responsible for managing paid advertising schedule and coordinating with other Mote CRC staff to successfully meet ad placement deadlines.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

●    A four-year college degree in a communications, journalism or digital media field, or equivalent work experience in a similar environment, is preferred

●    Strong organizational skills and ability to juggle multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously

●    Proficiency in the use and management of all social media platforms, including ad design and placement

●    Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to simplify complex topics for a general audience

●    Ability to thrive in a team environment and work in partnership with staff focused on publications, design, public relations, social media and marketing

●    Administrative skills such as proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, with the ability to adapt to our use of project management and productivity software (Airtable, Asana, Slack, etc)

●    Experience using website content management systems and/or mass email distribution systems and associated analytics tools is a plus

●    Writing/editorial experience for journalistic or promotional purposes is a plus

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Communications Coordinator”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm January 31, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Marketing & Public Relations Manager

The Marketing and Public Relations Manager at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium serves the role of developing and executing the organization’s strategy for public relations, paid marketing, email marketing and social media efforts. The role’s primary objective is the strategic and effective promotion of Mote’s research, outreach, fundraising, and education efforts. The Manager must have the ability to operate independently with a high level of responsibility and possess creative, forward-thinking skills. Often representing Mote in the media or in the community, the Manager should exhibit professionalism and dedication to advancing Mote’s mission. In the role as supervisor, the Manager should seek to further develop the skills and confidence of direct reports while completing standard personnel management tasks.

 

The Marketing & Public Relations Manager is a member of the Mote Community Relations & Communications department, reporting to the Vice President of Communications & Strategic Initiatives. The Manager oversees the strategic development and implementation of Mote’s:

●    Media relations

●    Social media platforms

●    Email marketing

●    Paid advertising

●    Community engagement activities

 

The Marketing & Public Relations Manager provides guidance and/or support to:

●    Guest services and exhibits

●    Development campaigns and appeals

●    Events planning and execution

●    Internal communications

●    Other CRC activities such as Mote Magazine and website management

●    Government relations

 

Responsibilities

The Marketing & Public Relations Manager is directly responsible for:

●    Strategic planning for Mote’s overall communications strategy; ensuring cohesive messaging and voice across communications channels; developing and maintaining brand standards and SOPs for communications channels

●    Ensuring communications properly fulfills and meets the needs of Mote departments, such as Development fundraising efforts, Aquarium events and membership needs, etc.

●    Seeking new communications strategies and tactics; evaluating the effectiveness of communications efforts

●    Ensuring Mote is presented as a leader in its fields: marine science, regional tourism, STEM education

●    Crisis communications preparedness

●    Managing direct reports and developing their communications skillsets, building confidence, providing opportunities for professional development, etc.

 

Desirable skills & experience

This role requires skills in strategic thinking, independence and professionalism.

●    Exceptional communications skills for a variety of audiences: writing, public speaking, giving tours, conducting media interviews, etc.

●    Familiarity with digital communication tools: social media platforms and management tools, email marketing platforms, website management, media monitoring, etc.

●    Ability to adapt quickly and professionally handle high-stress situations, ie. during crisis communications

●    Experience with zoos, aquariums, university research divisions, environmental nonprofits, etc.

●    Drive to seek new strategies and tactics, opportunities for learning and growth, etc.

 

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Marketing and Public Relations Manager”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm January 31, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Guest Services/Membership Associate, Part Time

The Guest Services/Membership Associate serves as the first point of contact for Mote Aquarium guests & patrons.  This position is responsible for facilitating ticket and membership sales, greeting and assisting guests with entry, cashiering and assisting guests at our Fossil Creek area, cashiering and assisting guests at our virtual reality experience, and providing other services to give our guests a great experience during their visit. This position will also work with the Membership Manager up to two days every week assisting with membership projects as assigned. Must be able to keep up with a continuous but often uneven workload, provide excellent guest service, work well with volunteers and other staff, and be able to coordinate with various other departments. Qualified applicants will have basic computer skills, cashier experience, and enjoy working with the public.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Greet every guest in a friendly manner
  • Accurately conduct transactions using cash, credit cards, checks, coupons, and vouchers
  • Work with the point of sale system to sell, renew and update memberships.
  • Connect with our guests to provide the best possible experience by suggesting exhibits, providing safety information and helping to resolve any issues that may occur.
  • Assist guests at our virtual reality experience by informing them how to sit, put on their headset, and setting up the experience
  • Assist guests at our Fossil Creek area by informing them how to sift through the sand and identify the fossils, as well as sell pond fish food
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work space
  • Perform assigned opening and closing duties
  • Preparing and stocking Fossil Creek materials and merchandise
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Process credit card and check payments for new and renewing members
  • Review and update member profiles in our CRM database
  • Print and mail membership cards weekly
  • Respond to inquiries in person, by phone and email (sales, renewals, lost cards, reciprocal access, address changes, names changes, etc.)

Working Hours:

Normal working hours are 9:15 am to 5 pm. Must be available to work weekends and holidays, evening or early morning may also be required  

 

Experience:

Previous cash handling and guest service experience preferred.

 

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Guest Services/Membership Associate”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Guest Services Associate - Part Time

The Guest Services Associate serves as the first point of contact for Mote Aquarium guests.  This position is responsible for facilitating ticket and membership sales, greeting and assisting guests with entry, cashiering and assisting guests at our Fossil Creek area, cashiering and assisting guests at our virtual reality experience, and providing other services to give our guests a great experience during their visit.  Qualified applicants will have basic computer skills, cashier experience, and enjoy working with the public.

 

Job Responsibilities

  • Greet every guest in a friendly manner
  • Accurately conduct transactions using cash, credit cards, checks, coupons, and vouchers
  • Work with the point of sale system to sell and renew memberships and update membership information
  • Connect with our guests to provide the best possible experience by suggesting exhibits, providing safety information and helping to resolve any issues that may occur.
  • Assist guests at our virtual reality experience by informing them how to sit, put on their headset, and setting up the experience
  • Assist guests at our Fossil Creek area by informing them how to sift through the sand and identify the fossils, as well as sell pond fish food
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work space
  • Perform assigned opening and closing duties
  • Preparing and stocking Fossil Creek materials and merchandise

Working Hours:

Normal working hours are 9 am to 5 pm. Must be available to work weekends and holidays.  

Experience:

Previous cash handling and guest service experience preferred.

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Guest Services Associate”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Maintenance Technician

The Maintenance Technician is an hourly position, responsible for the safe maintenance and repair and improvement of laboratory equipment and facilities. The Maintenance Technician is expected to perform high quality work in support of Mote Marine Laboratory's mission.

General Duties:

The Maintenance Technician will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of building and facility equipment as directed. Duties shall include construction of systems, apparatus, laboratories and support facilities. Piping system installation and repair as needed. Machinery and pump repair and improvement as directed. Follow a preventive maintenance program for all equipment to minimize unscheduled downtime. Operate the Sea Water systems, Chilled water system, Hot water system and associated equipment. Responsible for understanding any potential hazards and special requirements for a task based on the relevant MSDS. Must follow safe work practices and procedures for all tasks. Work as directed on Facilities projects to support Laboratory operations. Provide other support for Laboratory activities as required by the Maintenance Manager.

The Maintenance Technician will be located at the Sarasota, FL main campus. He/she will work as required at any Mote facility.

Working Hours:

Normal hours are 8.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday through Friday, with lunch approximately 12.00 pm to 1.00 pm. Occasional shift work may be required. Occasional longer daily hours, not to total over 40 hours per pay week, may be required to complete specific tasks. The Maintenance Technician will be available after hours occasionally to support emergency situations.

Minimum Requirements:

Education:  Minimum of High School or equivalent.

Immigration Status:   Ability to work legally in the United States.

Valid Florida Driver's License: Required.

Skills and Abilities: 

  •  Safe vehicle operation
  • Mechanical knowledge and ability
  • Ability to safely lift 70 lbs
  • Good verbal communication skills
  • Able to safely work on ladders and elevated platforms.

To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Maintenance Technician”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Maintenance Assistant

The Maintenance Assistant is an hourly position, responsible for the safe maintenance and repair of laboratory equipment and facilities.  The Maintenance Assistant is expected to perform high quality work in support of Mote Marine Laboratory’s mission.

General Duties:

The Maintenance Assistant will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of building and facility equipment as directed. Regular filter changes and air conditioning system maintenance as scheduled.  Repair and replacement of lighting systems, bulbs and ballasts as needed. Minor plumbing repairs and replacement of parts and systems.  Piping system installation and repair as needed and general light carpentry to support Facilities projects.

Responsible for the maintenance and care of the Laboratory grounds and exterior facilities as directed.  Duties shall include mowing, pruning, cleanup and sweeping of paved areas.   Follow a preventive maintenance program for all equipment to minimize unscheduled downtime.  Schedule grounds and maintenance work in cooperation with the Research Division and Departments to support research programs.  

Working Hours:

Normal hours are 8.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday through Friday, with lunch approximately 12.00 pm to 1.00 pm; these hours may be adjustable with the approval the Vice President, Facilities. Occasional shift work may be required. Occasional longer daily hours, not to total over 40 hours per pay week, may be required to complete specific tasks. The Maintenance Assistant will be available after hours occasionally to support emergency situations.

Minimum Requirements:

Education: Minimum of High School or equivalent.

Immigration Status: Ability to work legally in the United States.

Valid Florida Driver’s License:  Required.

Skills and Abilities: 

  •  Safe vehicle operation
  •  Able to safely work on ladders and elevated platforms.
  • . Ability to safely lift 70 lbs occasionally

To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Maintenance Assistant”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

 

Life Support Systems Operator - based in Key Largo, FL

The Life Support Systems Operator is a technical position, responsible for the safe operation of Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium’s freshwater and saltwater operations at Key Largo facility. This classification requires a sensible knowledge of aquatic life support systems and associated equipment through education or commensurate experience.  The Life Support Operator is expected to assist in the renovation and improvement of life support systems by researching equipment and comparable systems from vendors and other aquatic institutions.  The Life Support Systems Operator will possess the ability to troubleshoot life support systems and assist with the design and installation of new systems and equipment.  The Life Support Systems Operator is expected to perform high quality work in support of Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium’s mission.

General Duties:

Duties will include, but are not limited to, daily operation and maintenance of ozone generators, compressors and associated peripheral equipment, pump repair, high rate sand filters operation and maintenance, as well as daily operation of water distribution systems.  General water chemistry and experience in repair and maintenance of mechanical systems as necessary. The Life Support Systems Operator will participate in the design, installation and maintenance of closed and open saltwater systems, seawater heater/chiller equipment, filtrations systems, and pump equipment. The Life Support Systems Operator will cooperate with staff, volunteers, and contractors, but must be able to work and make decisions independently. Any other duties in support of Mesocosm activities as assigned by the Life Support Manager.

Minimum Requirements:

Work Experience:  Commensurate experience considered. Knowledge of aquatic animal husbandry preferred.  The ability to work outside in all weather conditions as well as in tight quarters is mandatory

Immigration Status:   Ability to work legally in the United States.

Valid Florida Driver’s License:  Required or the ability to obtain one within 60 days of employment                     

Skills:                       

  •   Excellent verbal communication skills
  •  Capable of performing routine tasks accurately and efficiently
  • Capable of repair and maintenance of mechanical systems
  • Experience in aquatic animal care is preferred. 
  • Ability to cooperatively work with staff, volunteers and contractors
  • Ability to make decisions and work independently
  • Ability to work with and glue PVC pipe up to 4 inches
  • Ability to troubleshoot life support systems
  • Ability to design advanced life support systems
  • Ability to use hand and power tools

Physical:

  • Tolerance of working with wet hands, feet and clothes everyday
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 60 lbs occasionally
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs overhead occasionally
  • Strength to open pump baskets and turn valves
  • Ability to spend the majority of the workday walking, standing, bending and lifting
  • Tolerance to work around noisy machinery and equipment
  • Tolerance to the smell of fish and animal feces
  • Ability to tolerate chemicals and solvents
  • Ability to work in confined spaces
  • Capable of climbing and working from ladders
  • Ability to work outside in all Florida weather conditions

Working Hours:

Normal hours are 8.00 am to 5.00 pm either Sunday to Thursday or Tuesday to Saturday and will include holiday shifts.  These hours may be adjustable with the approval of senior personnel. Occasional longer daily hours may be required to complete specific tasks. The Life Support Systems Operator will be available occasionally after hours and weekends to support emergency situations.

To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Life Support Systems Operator – Key Largo”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.

                                         

Life Support Systems Operator - Sarasota

The Life Support Systems Operator is a technical position, responsible for the safe operation of Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium’s freshwater and saltwater operations at main  Mote facilities.  This classification requires a sensible knowledge of aquatic life support systems and associated equipment through education or commensurate experience.  The Life Support Operator is expected to assist in the renovation and improvement of life support systems by researching equipment and comparable systems from vendors and other aquatic institutions.  The Life Support Systems Operator will possess the ability to troubleshoot life support systems and assist with the design and installation of new systems and equipment.  The Life Support Systems Operator is expected to perform high quality work in support of Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium’s mission.

General Duties:

Duties will include, but are not limited to, daily operation and maintenance of ozone generators, compressors and associated peripheral equipment, pump repair, high rate sand filters operation and maintenance, as well as daily operation of water distribution systems.  General water chemistry and experience in repair and maintenance of mechanical systems as necessary. The Life Support Systems Operator will participate in the design, installation and maintenance of closed and open saltwater systems, seawater heater/chiller equipment, filtrations systems, and pump equipment. The Life Support Systems Operator will cooperate with staff, volunteers, and contractors, but must be able to work and make decisions independently. Other duties in support of Mesocosm activities as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:

Work Experience:  Commensurate experience considered. Knowledge of aquatic animal husbandry preferred.  The ability to work outside in all weather conditions as well as in tight quarters is mandatory

Immigration Status:   Ability to work legally in the United States.

Valid Florida Driver’s License:  Required or the ability to obtain one within 60 days of employment                     

Skills:                       

  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Capable of performing routine tasks accurately and efficiently
  • Capable of repair and maintenance of mechanical systems
  • Experience in aquatic animal care is preferred. 
  • Ability to cooperatively work with staff, volunteers and contractors
  • Ability to make decisions and work independently
  • Ability to work with and glue PVC pipe up to 4 inches
  • Ability to troubleshoot life support systems
  • Ability to design advanced life support systems
  • Ability to use hand and power tools

Physical:

  • Tolerance of working with wet hands, feet and clothes everyday
  • Ability to safely lift and carry 60 lbs occasionally
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs overhead occasionally
  • Strength to open pump baskets and turn valves
  • Ability to spend the majority of the workday walking, standing, bending and lifting
  • Tolerance to work around noisy machinery and equipment
  • Tolerance to the smell of fish and animal feces
  • Ability to tolerate chemicals and solvents
  • Ability to work in confined spaces
  • Capable of climbing and working from ladders
  • Ability to work outside in all Florida weather conditions

 

Working Hours:

Normal hours are 8.00 am to 5.00 pm either Sunday to Thursday or Tuesday to Saturday and will include holiday shifts.  These hours may be adjustable with the approval of senior personnel. Occasional longer daily hours may be required to complete specific tasks. The Life Support Systems Operator will be available after hours and weekends on occasion to support emergency situations.

To Apply:

Interested applicants should apply on line by choosing “2023 Life Support Systems Operator, Sarasota”  at https://mote.smapply.org/prog/job_applicants or mail a single package including cover letter, resume or c.v. and the contact information for three references to Mote Marine Laboratory, Attn: Human Resources, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway, Sarasota, FL 34236 before 5pm February 17, 2023.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status or other protected category. Mote participates in E-Verify.