[MARMAM] marine mammal biologist opening at MMS, Department of Interior

Lewandowski, Jill Jill.Lewandowski at mms.gov
Wed May 21 12:40:37 PDT 2008

> Location: Herndon, VA
> Grade: 11/12/13/14
> Closing date: Friday, June 13, 2008
> Relocation expenses paid!
> Position description located at:
> http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=71949440
> This position is a readvertisement for a marine mammal biologist to
> serve as an agency expert in the Minerals Management Service's (MMS)
> Environmental Studies Program.  The position is now open at several
> grade levels and relocation expenses will be paid.  The position will
> coordinate diverse efforts within and outside of MMS related to MMS
> marine mammal study initiatives, including but not limited to:  
> - identification of national policies, standards and procedures
> relating to the planning, design, implementation, and conduct of
> marine mammal research required for MMS activities
> - correlates diverse regional plans for marine mammal research on a
> national and international level and recommends the national priority
> of projects
> - coordinates with other DOI Bureaus and Federal Agencies to ensure
> that MMS research is integrated with other planned and ongoing
> programs 
> - provides guidance to diverse groups on MMS marine mammal study
> efforts and their use in environmentally safe development of offshore
> energy and mineral resources
> - develops project plans, statements of work, procurement packages,
> evaluates proposals, and monitors contractor performance on projects
> that are national in scope
> - works closely with marine mammal subject matter expert counterparts
> in the Environmental Assessment Program and within the MMS regions  
> MMS is a bureau within the Department of Interior with a mission of
> providing the American public with ocean energy, mineral resources,
> and resulting economic value in a safe and environmentally sound
> manner.  For more information, please visit:
> http://www.mms.gov/offshore/.
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