[MARMAM] Job Postings: Marine Ecologists/Mammalogists

Mike Demarchi demarchi at lgl.com
Fri Jul 18 09:42:31 PDT 2008

Job Posting for LGL Limited, environmental research associates,
Sidney, B.C., King City, Ont., and Anchorage, Alaska

Marine Ecologist/Mammalogist

LGL is accepting applications for Marine 
Ecologist/Mammalogist positions in our British 
Columbia, Ontario and Alaska offices.  Available 
positions range from senior project managers to 
junior biologists.  LGL conducts marine mammal 
research and environmental assessments for a wide 
variety of clients in Canada, the U.S.A., and 
elsewhere, with an emphasis on applied research 
and impact assessments relating to marine mammals 
and underwater noise.  The successful candidates 
will work as members of our existing office-based 
teams to fulfill existing project obligations and 
to obtain new work in traditional and new project 
areas.  These are full-time positions with fieldwork (travel) requirements.

Qualifications: The successful candidates will be 
able to demonstrate abilities and experience 
consistent with the following minimum requirements:
    * Intermediate/Senior positions:  M.Sc. or 
Ph.D. (or equivalent) with a minimum of 5 years 
experi­ence working on projects involving marine 
biota, including substantial marine mammal work
    * Junior positions:  B.Sc. with 2+ years 
working experience as noted above, or M.Sc.
    * Experience with marine mammal surveys, 
photo-id, disturbance assessments, acoustics, and 
mitiga­tion measures is valued
    * Candidates for the Sidney and King City 
offices must be eligible to live and work in 
Canada (Canadian citizens or permanent 
residents).  Preference will be given to those 
who are also able to work in the U.S.A.; 
biologists with Canadian (or U.S.) citizenship usually qualify for U.S. work
    * Candidates for the Anchorage office must be 
eligible to live and work in the U.S.A.
    * Willing to travel, including to remote areas
    * Work effectively alone and as part of a team
    * Senior positions require strong project 
management abilities including team building, 
task scheduling, client relations, and fiscal 
tracking (plus extensive marine mammal experience)
    * Consulting experience would be an asset
    * Strong analytical and technical writing 
skills with evidence of senior authorship on 
study proposals and reports, and ideally journal publications
    * Able to provide at least two references who 
will substantiate your qualifications.
    * Marine ecologists/mammalogists with 
qualifications similar to but not exactly 
matching the above will be considered.

Salary & Benefits:  LGL provides competitive 
salaries and benefits.  Salary commensurate with position and experience.

Closing date: Open until filled.

Contact: Send via email a cover letter with 
career goals and objectives, specific LGL 
office(s) of interest to the candidate, 
citizenship/residency status, and a full CV to

Ms. Kerry Stratton
LGL Limited
9768 Second Street
Sidney, B.C.  V8L 3Y8
E-mail: <mailto:kstratton at lgl.com>kstratton at lgl.com


Ms. Amanda White
LGL Limited
Box 280, 22 Fisher Street
King City, Ont.  L7B 1A6
E-mail: <mailto:awhite at lgl.com>awhite at lgl.com


Ms. Julie-Ann Karsten
LGL Alaska Research Associates Inc.
1101 East 76th  Ave. Suite B
Anchorage, AK 99518
E-mail: <mailto:jkarsten at lgl.com>jkarsten at lgl.com

E-mail any enquiries.  No phone calls 
please.  This posting is also available at http://lgl.com/cont-employment.htm

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LGL is an employee-owned, international 
environmental research and consulting firm with 
38 years of experience conducting fish and 
wildlife research and monitoring projects in 
North America and around the globe (<http://www.lgl.com/>www.lgl.com).

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