We work within a system of science, government and community organizations and institutions. Our success is the strength of our partnerships and collaborations. We encourage and value a diversity of perspectives.
Working at OST is a non profit boundary experience in the field of linking science and policy. We are looking to grow our team and are seeking a creative and dynamic Science Officer/Senior Science Officer who is passionate about working at the science-policy nexus to join us. Visit our hiring portal to review the position description, and to submit the requested materials. We encourage individuals from a broad range of identities and experiences to apply.
A core component of Ocean Science Trust’s (OST) founding legislation (CORSA, 2000) is to support graduate level education and encourage graduate education programs in management-oriented ocean resource science in public and private universities and colleges in California. One way in which we advance this is by serving as a host for graduate-level interns. OST is dedicated to providing immersive on-the-job non-profit career training in marine science and policy, mentorship, and experience working across a range of ocean and coastal issues in support of state goals and priorities for our ocean and coast.
Your support helps bring this work to life. As an independent boundary organization, we’re proud to receive funding from a diverse array of sources, including state and federal grants and contracts, foundations, private industry, and individual donors.
Our support comes from state and federal grants, foundations, private industry, and individual donors. Funders represent the breadth of our program areas and our commitment to independent science for our ocean’s future.