"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


Groundfish Project Leader, OR Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, Newport, OR: Welcome to the Pacific Northwest and a very important role on the Pacific Fishery Management Council's Groundfish Management Team. As Commercial Groundfish Project Leader, you'll analyze fishery and habitat data and develop and work with models used to evaluate groundfish regulations. If you're interested in fisheries biology and commercial fishing, this might be the perfect opportunity. To apply, see here.

Brushland Bird Technician, U. of Minnesota/Minnesota DNR: Crazy about birds and biology? The University of Minnesota and Minnesota DNR are looking for 2 to 3 technicians to carry out ecological field work on birds in brushland habitat. The goal of the research the positions are involved with is to examine the effects of season of burning on habitat quality and use. Sounds like a great opportunity to gain valuable field experience and make some connections in natural resource management. To apply, click here.