The Maintenance Assistant responds to assigned departmental maintenance needs and is responsible for the execution of repairs or replacement of affected equipment as assigned. The Maintenance Assistant must be familiar with a wide range of crafts including, but not limited to, landscaping, plumbing, HVAC, painting, and carpentry.
LUMCON is seeking a person to join our security team. LUMCON security guards are essential to work at the Marine Center by protecting staff, victors, facilities, and vessels. This is a full-time position and includes benefits.
LUMCON is currently accepting applications for a USCG licensed Ordinary Seaman. Vessels are home ported at the LUMCON facility in Cocodrie, LA. and the R/V Point Sur, Gulfport, MS.
LUMCON is looking for someone with a knowledge base of business principles and techniques of administration, organization, and management including an in-depth understanding of the key business issues that exist in a research and education institution.
Starting March 13th the Marine Center is closed to public tours and visitors until further notice. LUMCON has also suspended education and research groups until November 1, 2020.
Join us every Thursday evening for a new and exciting topic. All the talks will be streamed live interactive events. Talks are Thursday evenings at 7pm CDT.
A Gulf Coast civil rights icon is being honored as the namesake of a new, $100 million National Science Foundation (NSF) oceanographic research ship, to be operated by the Gulf – Caribbean Oceanographic Consortium (GCOC), led by the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) and the University of Southern Mississippi (USM).
Blue Works at the Houma Maritime Campus will be LUMCON's new collaborative technology space of innovation boldly exclaiming a positive message of exploration and discovery. Visit our Blue Works webpage for information about this exciting expansion of LUMCON programs. This expansion of LUMCON will better fulfill our mission to connect people, enrich education, and transform science.
A third NSF vessel will come here to the Gulf Coast through a cooperative agreement between NSF and the Gulf-Caribbean Oceanographic Consortium co-led by LUMCON and the University of Southern Mississippi (USM).
On a thin strip of land in Terrebonne Parish, researchers with the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium study the problems facing coastal Louisiana, the Gulf of Mexico and ocean ecosystems. But with its location outside the levee system, the marine lab has become ground zero for the very issues it is tasked with studying.