[MARMAM] Job Announcement: Marine Mammal Spatial Ecologist - Honolulu, HI

Charles.Littnan at noaa.gov Charles.Littnan at noaa.gov
Fri Mar 5 01:53:09 PST 2010

Aloha All-

We would like to announce a new job position opening  as a Research Ecologist in the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC), located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The person in this position will conduct research in support of the PIFSC Cetacean and Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Programs.  Research activities will include characterizing species' distribution and terrestrial/marine habitat use and predictive modeling for population assessment and recovery efforts.  Duties include:  analyzes marine mammal spatial information; submits manuscripts for publication and works with other scientists to produce reports and scientific publications on the population assessment of Hawaiian monk seals and cetaceans; conducts and writes analysis to support permit applications for marine mammal conservation efforts; designs and develops studies on aspects of spatial distribution and other elements of Hawaiian monk seal ecology; conducts field studies
 as needed; works with other scientists and stakeholders to produce reports and presentations to inform the general public on the spatial ecology of Hawaiian monk seals and Pacific cetaceans.

This is a Permanent full time federal position. You must be a US Citizen to be accepted for this job.

For more details on job duties, application process and more please go to usajobs.gov and search for job number NMFS-PIC-2010-0012.

If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact the individual listed on the job announcement at the USAJobs website.

Please pass this on to anyone that might qualify.  Applications close on April 2, 2010.


Charles Littnan
Lead Scientist, Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program
NOAA Fisheries Service

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