Campbell, Ryan J CIV NUWC NWPT ryan.j.campbell at navy.mil
Fri Jul 10 10:21:48 PDT 2009


The Naval Undersea Warfare Center located in Newport Rhode Island is
seeking qualified candidates with environmental planning, marine
biology, and management skills to serve as a lead in support of various
U.S. Navy environmental planning projects. Job tasks will be geared
towards the needs of Fleet/NAVSEA customers and teaming with other Navy
service providers for biological analyses, marine species monitoring,
and overall compliance with NEPA, EO12114, ESA, MMPA, CZMA.

Individuals selected for these positions will directly support
environmental planning for U.S. Navy. Individuals will team with the
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) within the Marine
Resources Support Group (MRSG) to support the U.S. Fleet Forces, U.S.
Pacific Fleet, and NAVSEA Commands. The MRSG is a group of Navy
biologists, scientists, and environmental planners who have particular
expertise or experience in environmental planning and regulatory
compliance in the marine environment. 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 involving at-sea operations, training,
and testing. The incumbent selected will be expected to participate in
consultations with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), coordinate projects with a
multi-disciplinary team, and participate in project management for
research and compliance documents. 

Experience or knowledge of the following is highly desirable:  project
management; marine mammals; sea turtles; principals of underwater
acoustics; statistical principles and methods; ESRI GIS products;
environmental legislation and DoD/Navy policy. 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 in Newport, Rhode Island and are open to all U.S. citizens.

OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, July 09, 2009 - Thursday, July 23, 2009

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For questions about this job please contact the NUWC Recruitment Office,
Phone: 401-832-1017, email: patricia.johnson.3 at navy.mil

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