[MARMAM] Cetacean Assessment job at Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

Erin.Oleson at noaa.gov Erin.Oleson at noaa.gov
Wed May 26 23:05:00 PDT 2010


The Cetacean Research Program at the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center is hiring a Cetacean Assessment Specialist.

This position is part of the of the Protected Species Division of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC), located in Honolulu, Hawaii.  The person in this position will be responsible for conducting cetacean stock assessment analyses using sophisticated computer-based methods and will provide scientific support to management teams (take-reduction teams, biological review teams, etc) on cetacean population response to proposed management measures.  Duties include:  analyzes population information; produces reports and scientific publications on the population assessment of cetaceans of the central and western Pacific; leads cetacean assessment cruises and completes field and cruise reports on research activities; provides scientific advice and status reports of research and assessment efforts for cetaceans to various groups and meetings; participates in workshops or panels.

More details on this position can be found at USA Jobs, announcement NMFS-PIC-2010-0026.





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