"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life." -Confucius

If you have chosen biology as your career field, you’re likely very passionate about science, nature, and the living world around you. Congratulations, your passion will lead you to a biology job that you’ll love!

A career in biology or a related science field will challenge and reward you, but perhaps one of the biggest challenges an aspiring scientist faces is finding a career position. That’s where Jobiology comes in! We’ve designed this simple website to give you a single location to get access to the many places where science and biology related jobs are posted regularly. These are the resources we found most helpful when we were looking to begin our biology careers, so we’re confident they’ll help you too. We love hearing success stories, so if you land a job through our website, let us know!

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Featured Jobs of the Week

Aquarist, Coral World Ocean Park - St. Thomas, USVIWe could probably stop with this featured job listing after giving the location - St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. But wait, there's more!  As an aquarist for Coral World Ocean Park, you'll engage guests during tours, work with animals in exhibits as w/ SCUBA gear, assist in the construction of exhibits, practice animal husbandry and collect all sand, live rock, fish, coral and other invertebrates for display. Sounds awesome, right? To apply, visit here.

Restoration Ecologist with H.T. Harvey & Associates in Los Gatos, CA: Help create ecologically sound solutions to complex natural resource issues with the premier environmental/ecological consulting firm in California in this position. You'll work on restoration design and monitoring projects in riparian, wetland, grassland and other habitats. To apply, visit here.