[MARMAM] Vacany Announcement--Research Wildlife Biologist (Polar Bears)

Karen L Oakley koakley at usgs.gov
Wed Jul 13 11:27:24 PDT 2011

The U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center, is seeking applicants 
for a Research Wildlife Biologist position to lead a broad program of 
integrated research on the polar bear within the context of a rapidly 
changing arctic marine ecosystem. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in 
wildife ecology or a related field; experience as a Principal Investigator 
or Co-PI for wildlife ecology field studies; ability to analyze data in a 
modeling framework using statistical programming languages such as Matlab, 
SAS and/or R; and expertise in the biology and ecology of marine mammals, 
bears and/or polar bears. The position requires U.S. citizenship. 

This is a permanent position (subject to a one-year probation period for 
new federal employees) to be filled at the GS-13 ($83,472 - $108,512/year 
plus a 10.56% Cost of Living Allowance,) or GS-14 ($98,638-$128,227 year 
plus a 10.56% Cost of Living Allowance) level, with promotion potential to 
the GS-15 level. The position will be formally advertised on USAJOBS  July 
25-August 29, 2011. 
Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to contact Karen Oakley, 
USGS Alaska Science Center, Branch Chief, Marine & Freshwater Ecology, 
907-786-7076, koakley at usgs.gov for information about the position and the 
application process. 

Karen Oakley
U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center
Marine & Freshwater Ecology, Branch Chief
4210 University Dr.
Anchorage, AK 99508
907-786-7150 fax
koakley at usgs.gov
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