Here are some links
- http://physicaloxy.com/ – focus on physical and Earth sciences
- https://www.higheredjobs.com/search/ – the leading site in USA
- http://www.jobs.ac.uk/ – leading site in UK, with some positions in Ireland as well
- https://www.universityaffairs.ca/search-job – leading site in Canada
- ResearchGate is increasingly popular because it is free.
- You can also set up automatic notices with journals like Nature and Science.
- If you are targeting particular employers then you can sometimes register online to get automatic notices of new positions, or at least save the website links to check manually at intervals.
- Many email lists occasionally have advertisements posted, such as British Ecological Society BES-ECOL-AQUATIC and Macroecology lists, Taxacom (taxonomy and related topics), and others exist for crustaceans Crust-L, molluscs, algae Algae-L and more.
- Marine biology and biodiversity-related: MARINE-B, the MArine Research Information NEtwork on Biodiversity, is for communication-related to marine biodiversity research. From 2010 it is the official email network of the International Association for Biological Oceanography iabo.org. The archive of list messages is at https://listserv.heanet.ie/marine-b.html. Attachments are prohibited to prevent virus transmission. To join send message “SUBSCRIBE MARINE-B firstname surname” to email@example.com (to leave say UNSUBSCRIBE). Omit your signature and anything else you may normally add. You will get an automated response.
- National organisations also advertise positions, such as the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society email list (see also http://nzmss.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/nzmss)
- Other social media platforms also advertise positions, notably LinkedIn, but also ResearchGate.
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