The Arizona State University Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science (GDCS) is an enterprising organization that leads the multi-agency ʻĀkoʻakoʻa Ridge to Reef Restoration Program on Hawaiʻi Island, focused on improving coral reef outcomes and community participation along the 190 km stretch of coastline.  The ʻĀkoʻakoʻa program requires an integrated combination of activities with diverse personnel, multiple marine and aviation assets, land-based facilities, and operations to achieve mission success. We seek top personnel to grow all programmatic elements and to shape scientific and culturally-based solutions for reef resilience on Hawaiʻi Island. Current personnel structures are fluid and require individuals to take on

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