Career Opportunities

CSA is the sum of its employees—the most valuable asset of the company.

The atmosphere at CSA is collegial, fast paced and is composed of talented individuals that are carefully selected for being self-starters with a ‘can do” attitude. Strong team culture is a natural element of the work environment where employees are encouraged to work collaboratively and to continually learn and explore new opportunities for intellectual growth.

We are looking for people who not just work for the company, but embrace the company as theirs, contributing to making CSA grow and remain vibrant. We are always seeking high-performing individuals that share similar values and our motivated to making a real difference to the world of ocean science.

CSA serves the environmental planning and surveying needs of offshore energy industry, including oil, gas, and wind in the U.S. and internationally. CSA is seeking a project scientist with experience in offshore energy or closely related industries ready to engage in a fast-paced, applied science support role in the private sector.

This person will augment the Offshore Energy group at CSA, and join our team in providing customized, competitive, and high-quality services to industry and government clients in a highly efficient manner while also adhering to the robust standards of a research scientist.

Position Summary: CSA seeks a Project Scientist to participate in projects, proposals, report writing, and report reviews. Field work and/or training on specialized equipment is possible depending on applicant qualifications and skills. Experience in oil spill response planning is preferred.

Stuart, Florida

Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

  • Supporting projects as a scientist and/or assistant project manager on multiple projects;
  • Demonstrating project progress to internal teams and external clients;
  • Demonstrating the application of quality assurance and quality control procedures for data and deliverables;
  • Developing and reviewing presentations, reports, and other deliverables;
  • Supporting positive internal team and client interactions;
  • Assisting with proposal efforts;
  • Ability to travel and provide on-site or on-vessel support for field-based campaigns;
  • Adhering to company standards and procedures for quality management;
  • Being accountable and responsible for personal safety and safety of others;
  • Attending safety meetings and satisfactorily completing all assigned training as applicable;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Education, Skills, and Experience:

  • B.S. or M.S. degree in science;
  • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills;
  • Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a close-knit team;
  • Field sampling experience;
  • Strong working knowledge of computers and standard Microsoft software packages including word processing skills;
  • Proof of COVID vaccination is a prerequisite for employment

Preferred Skills and Experience:

  • Familiarity with oil spill response planning;
  • Safety and environmental hazard training;
  • Understanding of data integration using Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
  • Foreign language skills.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary:Commensurate with experience, including incentive package

Applicants must possess current, long-term authorization to work in the United States;
CSA is unable to initiate visa sponsorship
Letters of Recommendation will be required




Corporate Headquarters

8502 SW Kansas Ave.
Stuart, FL 34997

CSA is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Join the CSA Ocean Sciences Team


Corporate Headquarters

8502 SW Kansas Ave.
Stuart, FL 34997