[MARMAM] Job Opening - BOEM Office of Renewable Energy Programs

Hooker, Brian Brian.Hooker at boem.gov
Thu Oct 18 09:09:44 PDT 2012


Job Opening - Marine Biologist in BOEM's Office of Renewable Energy
Programs

 

Location:  Herndon, VA (Greater Metropolitan DC Area)

Opens: 10/19/2012

Closes: 11/05/2012

 

As a marine biologist you will work in the Office of Renewable Energy
Programs (OREP) within the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.  As the
technical authority on Marine Biology, your duties and responsibilities
include oversight, support and management with respect to laws and
regulatory activities, mainly the Endangered Species Act (ESA), Marine
Mammal Protection Act (MMPA), and National Environmental Policy Act
(NEPA) associated with Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) renewable energy
competitive and noncompetitive leasing processes and post-lease
operational activities on the Atlantic OCS.  

 

Specialized Experience for the GS-12 Level

Specialized experience is defined as: (1) independently, or as part of a
team, conducting environmental analysis and consultations for projects
in the marine environment with respect to marine mammals and/or sea
turtles and the impacts resulting from offshore geological and
geophysical surveys and renewable energy construction and development
(e.g., pile driving); and (2) identifying areas for research and/or
coordinating the procurement of environmental studies related to marine
mammals and/or sea turtles.

 

Specialized Experience for the GS-13 Level

Specialized experience is defined as: (1) Extensive working knowledge of
marine biology in order to independently conduct research and
communicate findings related to the protection of offshore environmental
resources, with emphasis on marine mammals and sea turtles; (2)
interpreting and applying federal laws and regulatory activities related
to offshore renewable energy operations; (3) conducting environmental
analysis and consultations for large, complex and/or controversial
projects studying the impact of energy development in the marine
environment; and (4) identifying areas for research and/or coordinating
the procurement of environmental studies related to marine mammals, and
sea turtles.

 

BOEM-EW-12-MM769452 (DEU), Marine Biologist, GS-0401-12/13, BOEM, (Few
vacancies) - Herndon, VA
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/329147400 

BOEM-EW-12-MM769453 (MP), Marine Biologist, GS-0401-12/13, BOEM, (Few
vacancies) - Herndon, VA
http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/329147600 

 

Brian R. Hooker

Marine Biologist 

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

Office of Renewable Energy Programs

Herndon, Virginia

http://www.boem.gov/

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