[MARMAM] Vacancy Announcements for 5 Fishery Biologists and 1 Pesticides Toxicologist

Brian Bloodworth Brian.Bloodworth at noaa.gov
Fri Sep 19 12:28:54 PDT 2008


*Vacancy Announcements for 5 Fishery Biologists and 1 Pesticides 
Toxicologist *

*AGENCY & LOCATION*: National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of 
Protected Resources, Endangered Species Division, Silver Spring, 
Maryland, USA

*JOB ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBERS: *NMFS-PR-2008-0025, NMFS-PR-2008-0027  
(Fishery Biologists); NMFS-PR-2008-0023 (Pesticides Toxicologist)

*SALARY** RANGE**:* 58,206.00 - 90,698.00 (4 Fishery Biologists); 
58,206.00 - 127,442.00 (1 Fishery Biologist); 82,961.00 - 127,442.00 
(Pesticides Toxicologist) USD per year

*SERIES & GRADE:* ZP-0482-3 (4 Fishery Biologists); ZP-0482-3/4 (1 
Fishery Biologist); ZP-0401-4/4 (Pesticides Toxicologist)

*OPEN PERIOD:* Wednesday, September 10, 2008 to Tuesday, September 30, 
2008 (4 Fishery Biologists under announcement NMFS-PR-2008-0025 );
Friday, September 12, 2008 to Thursday, October 09, 2008 (1 Fishery 
Biologist under announcement NMFS-PR-2008-0027);  
Friday, September 12, 2008 to Thursday, September 25, 2008 (Pesticides 
Toxicologist)

*Fishery Biologist **NMFS-PR-2008-0027*
At band 3 level the incumbent implements Section 7 of the Endangered 
Species (ESA), in accordance with statutory requirements and agency
policies and procedure, in coordination with the General Counsel for 
Fisheries, NMFS Regions and Centers, and other elements as
appropriate; reviews, processes and provides guidance to Division staff, 
regional offices and other agencies on ESA Section 7
consultation requirements and processes; and prepares comprehensive and 
concise briefing materials and background materials for NMFS,
NOAA, and DOC officials on applicable ESA program activities.

At band 4 level the incumbent serves as program authority and expert 
technical advisor to the Division Chief, Office Director and
Assistant Administrator for Fisheries on the national implementation of 
the ESA; analyzes complex Federal activities such as the use of
seismic survey equipment and other acoustic impacts to threatened and 
endangered species. The incumbent should have several years
prior experience conducting interagency consultation. ESA Section 7 
activities will be conducted in coordination with the General
Counsel for Fisheries, NMFS Regions and Centers, and other elements as 
appropriate. The incumbent will also provide guidance to other
agencies on ESA section 7 consultation requirements and processes and 
prepares briefing materials and background materials for
NMFS,NOAA, and DOC officials on applicable ESA program activities.

*Fishery Biologists **NMFS-PR-2008-0025*
These positions are in the Office of Protected Resources, Endangered 
Species Division, at Silver Spring, MD. The incumbents will
implement section 7 (interagency consultations) of the Endangered 
Species (ESA), in accordance with statutory requirements and agency
policies and procedures. The incumbents will analyze Federal activities 
to determine their effects to threatened and endangered
species under NMFS jurisdiction. These activities may include U.S. Navy 
training activities, scientific research cruises, and the
issuance of scientific research permits. They will undertake this 
activity in coordination with the General Counsel for Fisheries, NMFS
Regions and Centers, and other elements as appropriate. The incumbents 
will also provide guidance to other agencies on ESA
Section 7 consultation requirements and processes; and prepares briefing 
materials and background materials for NMFS, NOAA, and DOC
officials on applicable ESA program activities.

Payment of relocation expenses is authorized.

Applications will be accepted only from United States citizens.

To see the entire vacancy announcement and further details, go 
to:http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/?WT.svl=navsearch

*Pesticides Toxicologist NMFS-PR-2008-0023*
This position is in the Office of Protected Resources, Endangered 
Species Division, at Silver Spring, MD. The incumbent provides
expert level toxicological expertise to evaluate the effects of 
pesticides and other pollutants on NOAA trust resources, with a
special emphasis on species listed pursuant to the Endangered Species 
Act (ESA). The incumbent will work on interagency
consultations to evaluate the effects of pollutants on aquatic organisms 
and will work closely with other Federal, State and local
agencies. The incumbent will conduct technical reviews of 
environmentally complex issues including review and assessment of
the toxicological impacts of contaminants on listed resources. The 
incumbent will have a working knowledge of the interface between the
ESA, and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act and the 
Clean Water Act.

Payment of relocation expenses is NOT authorized.

Applications will be accepted only from United States citizens.

To see the entire vacancy announcement and further details, go 
to:http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/?WT.svl=navsearch

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