Campbell, Ryan J CIV NUWC NWPT ryan.j.campbell at navy.mil
Fri Dec 18 07:39:11 PST 2009

BIOLOGIST POSITION (Environmental Planning)

The individual selected for this position will directly support
environmental planning for U.S. Navy testing and training. The incumbent
will prepare and review marine related documentation including
endangered species and marine mammal consultation packages,
Environmental Assessments (EAs)/Overseas Environmental Assessments
(OEAs), Categorical Exclusions (CATEXs), mitigation and monitoring
plans, and related special environmental studies or technical reports
assessing the environmental impacts of proposed Navy actions at-sea. The
incumbent will be expected to participate/lead efforts that require
interaction with state and Federal regulators, coordinate projects with
a multi-disciplinary team, and participate/lead project management for
research and compliance documents. 

At the senior ND4 level, the incumbent will act as a project lead and
manager for multiple high visibility projects for the Center, NAVSEA,
and Fleet requiring support management, budget development for project
funds, timeline management, integration of scientific analysis and
results, and overall development of high quality environmental planning
documentation.  Responsibilities include coordinating the scientific
work of those involved in the project (i.e., contractors and NUWC
scientists), assigning tasks, reviewing work, and providing status
reports to the customer, Program manager and Division Head. The
incumbent will interact directly with managers, supervisors, scientists
and customers at Science and technology (S & T) and Research and
Development (R & D) organizations within NAVSEA, fleet, academia, and
industry to provide expert advice and guidance on specific technical
aspects of projects, scientific concepts, and results.   

Experience or knowledge of the following is highly desirable:  marine
mammal, sea turtle biology; research design for marine species
monitoring programs; principals of underwater acoustics; statistical
principles and methods; ESRI GIS products; environmental legislation and
DoD/Navy policy; project management. 

This is not a field biologist position, but there are numerous
opportunities for travel.

The positions are located onsite at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Division, Newport, Rhode Island and are open to all U.S. citizens. 

Please follow the USAJOBS link (below) for additional information on the
position and how to apply:


If further information is needed, please do not hesitate to contact
Carole James at 401-832-1020.

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