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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Seattle, WA
May 26, 2017
Full time
2 vacancies in the following locations: Long Beach, CA Silver Spring, MD Portland, OR Seattle, WA These are branch chief positions within the West Coast Regional Office Sustainable Fisheries Division and Office of Sustainable Fisheries Domestic Fisheries Division that are responsible for implementation of the Magnuson Stevens Act and other statutes with our Regional Fishery Management Council, Interstate Marine Fisheries Commission, Regional Office, Science Center, and state partners. Incumbents will also engage the commercial and recreational fishing industry, environmental groups, and other stakeholders to ensure sustainable fisheries. Specific activities include implementing the division’s strategic priorities, such as annual catch limits to prevent overfishing and rebuild depleted stocks, tracking fish stock status, supporting implementation of catch share programs and other management approaches, and the development and implementation of electronic technologies, among other issues. Incumbents will provide direction and oversight of staff and work in a dynamic work environment. This vacancy may be used to fill other Supervisory Fish Management Specialist, ZP-0401-04 positions throughout NOAA. The position must be alike (e.g.: within the same geographic locations, same grade/band requires the same qualifications as indicated in this vacancy announcement). Duties The individual selected for this position will: Provide expertise on U.S. domestic fishery management policies under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act and/or Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act. Develop, review, and update national policies guidance and regulations pertaining to fishery management. Review fishery management measures for consistency with national policies. Prepare clear and thorough fishery analyses for briefings to senior officials. Supervise, guide and support a subordinate staff. Represent the Agency or Division in internal and external meetings on marine fisheries management policies and regulations. Travel Required Occasional Travel Up to 10% of domestic travel may be required. Relocation Authorized Yes Relocation expenses. Closes Monday 6/19/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Juneau, AK, United States
May 26, 2017
Full time
About the Agency This position is located in the National Marine Fisheries Services, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Auke Bay Laboratories, Juneau, Alaska. This vacancy may be used to fill other Research Ecologist, ZP-0408-04 positions throughout NOAA. The position must be alike (e.g.: within the same geographic locations, same grade/band requires the same qualifications as indicated in this vacancy announcement). This position is a TERM appointment. The initial term is for 13 months but can be extended up to four years. Duties The individual selected for this position will... Design and execute scientific field studies and laboratory experiments aimed at improving the understanding of marine ecosystems centered around the Gulf of Alaska. Coordinate with other researchers to support the development of monitoring tools related to assessing ecosystem conditions and developing indicators to aid in evaluating ecosystem status. Prepare research proposals and grants to fund and support all aspects of research, including salaries, equipment and supplies, contracts, and travel. Coordinate efforts of research team by editing and reviewing team project reports, and integrating research efforts to provide a broad perspective on ecosystem status. Provide expertise and scientific advice to policy makers through service on technical advisory committees as well as publish scientific manuscripts and deliver oral presentations. Closes Thursday 6/1/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Honolulu, HI, United States
May 26, 2017
Full time
About the Agency This position is located in the National Marine Fisheries Services, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC), Fisheries Research and Monitoring Division, Honolulu, HI. This vacancy may be used to fill other Operations Research Analyst or Research Fish Biologist, ZP-1515/0482-3/4 positions throughout NOAA. The position must be alike (e.g.: within the same geographic locations, same grade/band requires the same qualifications as indicated in this vacancy announcement). Duties At the ZP-4 level, the individual selected for this position will… Conduct state-of-the-art assessments on fisheries and protected species at the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center in order to conduct management strategy evaluations. Perform research relating to population and ecosystem dynamics, including new mathematical and statistical algorithms for incorporating environmental and other diverse types of data into stock assessments and ecological, oceanographic, and/or climate models. Evaluate existing assessment methods and management regimes and developing innovative solutions to identified management deficiencies. Cultivate collaborative relationships with other stakeholders (local, national and international) who may share concerns and jurisdiction over fisheries resources Understand the fishery conservation and management programs and measures developed under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Management Act (MSA), Atlantic Tuna Conservation Act (ATCA), Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) and/or Endangered Species Act (ESA). Represent the PIFSC on various Committees and/or technical workgroups. Prepare and present scientific reports, briefs, and assessments papers as need. The ZP-3 is developmental leading to performance of the duties described above. Closes Thursday 6/8/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Seattle, WA, United States
May 26, 2017
Full time
This position is located in the National Marine Fisheries Services, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, Washington. Duties The individual selected for this position will: Conduct research on the impacts of environmental factors and hatchery rearing practices on physiology of fish growth, development and reproduction to support recovery of Endangered Species Act (ESA)-listed anadromous species. Oversee operation of fish physiology laboratory including budget tracking and purchasing of supplies, conducting chemical inventories, maintenance of equipment, development of standard operating procedures and training staff in analytical methods and safe laboratory practices. Develop laboratory methods and perform analyses of tissue enzyme and metabolite levels, plasma hormone levels using enzyme immunoassays and time resolved fluorescent immunoassays, and gene transcripts using molecular genetics methods. Organize and participate in lab and field studies requiring collection of physiological samples (blood and tissues) from fish at federal, state, and tribal hatcheries. Analyze data using statistical programs such as STATA. Present research results at conferences and publish research results in peer-reviewed scientific journals and required contract reports. Travel Required Occasional Travel Approximately 25% of travel may be required. Closes Friday 6/2/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
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