Primary Function: This position is primarily to conduct primary activities at Mote’s International Coral Gene Bank, including but not limited to the caring for corals within the gene bank, maintaining the ex situ spawning systems, assisting with coral spawning, fertilization, larval settlement, recruit rearing, and grow-out of sexually and asexually produced corals from any stony coral species being propagated.   Primary Duties:
  • Oversee daily care and maintenance of corals and their raceway habitats
  • Ensure that corals are appropriately propagated asexually for redundancy of the genetic diversity within the infrastructure
  • Represent Mote’s Gene Bank on working groups and within meetings
  • Liaise between collaborative institutions

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