[MARMAM] Chief Scientist Position
applications at pacificwhale.org
Tue Apr 24 18:22:24 PDT 2012
*CHIEF SCIENTIST – MAUI*
The position is based on Maui, Hawaii with Pacific Whale Foundation.
Primary responsibilities: Develops, designs and conducts Pacific and Indian
Ocean-based research projects in cetacean and marine population biology or
ecology. Directs the Foundation’s overall scientific programs, provides
oversight of all research/science programs, with a focus on the
applicability of research to conservation and management issues, and the
quality of science.
Qualifications: PhD degree in Marine Ecology or relevant field. At least
five years of experience working in the field with marine mammals,
particularly humpback whales and tropical odontocetes. Demonstrated history
of peer-reviewed publication, excellent organizational and technological
skills (i.e., database management, ARC-GIS), budgeting, grant writing and
fundraising. Must be a leader and team builder with extensive department,
project and staff management experience (including interns, volunteers and
grad students). Excellent scientific speaking and community outreach skills
Pacific Whale Foundation checks references, conducts background checks and
drug screens and is an equal opportunity employer.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT UNSOLICITED APPLICATIONS OR APPLICATIONS WITH PHOTOS,
PERSONAL INFORMATION (SUCH AS MEDICAL HISTORY, AGE, MARITAL STATUS,
PARENTAL STATUS, ETC.), OR APPLICATIONS WHICH ARE INCOMPLETE OR ILLEGIBLE.
Please email a cover letter and resume to
applications at pacificwhale.orgdetailing your relevant work experience.
Please include the EXACT position
title in the subject line of the email. You may also send a hard copy to
Pacific Whale Foundation, Attn: Human Resources, 300 Ma’alaea Rd, Suite
211, Wailuku, HI 96793. Please, no phone calls!
MAHALO FOR YOUR INTEREST IN PACIFIC WHALE FOUNDATION. WE LOOK FORWARD TO
HEARING FROM YOU AND REVIEWING YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS.
Come join our team! Aloha!
Human Resources Manager
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