[MARMAM] Position opening - Natural Resources Management Specialist (Marine Resources)

Bell, Joel T CIV NAVFAC Lant joel.t.bell at navy.mil
Mon Dec 10 11:25:12 PST 2007


Please direct all questions and inquiries to Julie Rivers (julie.rivers at navy.mil) and/or Vanessa Pepi (vanessa.pepi at navy.mil).  Additional information can be found on the USAJobs website by searching for the announcement number provided below.


ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: PAC7-0401-12-4B828453-DE
TITLE:  NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST (MARINE RESOURCES)
PAY PLAN:   GS
SERIES:  0401
GRADE:  12
OPENING DATE:  12/06/2007
CLOSING DATE:  12/20/2007
LOCATION:  PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII
HIRING ORGANIZATION:  NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND, PACIFIC, PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII

As a marine resources representative in the Natural Resources Branch, the incumbent prepares or manages the preparation of complex documents or special environmental studies; develops monitoring and mitigation measures; coordinates proposals with agencies and the public and develops solutions to resolve conflicts. The incumbent serves as a member of the Marine Resources Support Group (MRSG) and as a subject matter expert on marine resources related issues to the Fleets, CNO, Regions, and various Facilities Engineering Commands (FECs) on operational marine resources related issues. Serve as a marine biologist in support of Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (COMPACFLT) training worldwide. Serves as a liaison on all marine resources related issues. Prepares and review marine related documentation including marine resources assessments, density reports, endangered species and marine mammal consultations, Environmental Impact statements (EISs)(Overseas EISs (OEISs), Environmental Assessments (EAs)/Overseas EAs (OEAs), Categorical Exclusions (Cat EX) and related special environmental studies assessing the environmental impacts of proposed COMPACFLT operations, training and homeporting/home basing actions. Prepares and manages the preparation of complex documents or special environmental studies; develops monitoring and mitigation measures; coordinates proposals with agencies and the public and develops solutions to resolve conflicts. Responsible for participating in the Marine Resources Support Group (R+MRSG) to ensure fleet compliance with the Navy's "at sea" policies. Assesses and makes recommendations as to what work will be perform in-house or by contract, prepares statements of work, reviews statements of work, monitors schedules and quality standards to ensure program objectives are met, coordinates contractor work to ensure program goals are accomplished, reviews invoices for accuracy, maintains a file of contract related actions, recommends the acceptance or rejection of contractor's work. The employee establishes work schedules, determines priorities, coordinates work with other section employees, promotes team building, and ensures program quality across contractor and in-house products. 




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Joel T. Bell
Marine Protected Species Biologist
Environmental Conservation - Marine Resources
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic
 
Phone:  (757) 322-4854
Fax       (757) 322-4894
NIPR: joel.t.bell at navy.mil 
SIPR: joel.bell at lantnavfac.navy.smil.mil 
 
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"The improver of natural knowledge absolutely refuses to 
acknowledge authority, as such.  For him, skepticism is 
the highest of duties; blind faith the one unpardonable sin." 

~Thomas H. Huxley 

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