[MARMAM] UPDATE on JOB OPPORTUNITY: Ecologist with NOAA's Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program - Opens DEC 26

Charles Littnan charles.littnan at gmail.com
Wed Dec 25 20:19:13 PST 2013

Aloha Everyone-

A brief update on the job opportunity with the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research
Program that was advertised two days ago.  There is going to be a slight
delay in the opening of the application period.  Please keep checking back
on the website as described below.  It should open for applications within
the next week and will remain open for 2 weeks.



Aloha Everyone-

We are happy to announce a job opportunity in NOAA’s Hawaiian Monk Seal
Research Program (HMSRP).  The HMSRP is looking for a Research Ecologist to
support our research and recovery efforts.  The successful applicant will
participate in a variety of research projects across many disciplines
including foraging ecology, fisheries interactions, health and disease
studies, and more.  The HMSRP is an applied research and recovery program
so a key focus will be on developing, testing and implementing strategies
to increase the survival of monk seals, particularly juvenile female seals.

Key Information for the Position:

*-  This is a research position in the US Federal Government.  You must be
a US Citizen or National to apply for the position.*

-  This position is heavily focused on research including field work across
the Hawaiian Archipelago.

*-  The application process is only open from 12/26/13 – 01/06/14.  (you
will not be able to find the advertisement if you look before Dec 26)*

-  To read more about this position and to apply visit
<https://www.usajobs.gov/> *and search NMFS-PIC-2014-0001 (for public)
and/or NMFS-PIC-2014-0002 (Federal Employees)

- No funds are allocated for relocation.

*Questions related to the application process should be directed to Hollie
Walton (hollie.d.waltonATnoaa.gov <http://hollie.d.waltonATnoaa.gov>)
(replace AT with @)*

For more information about the HMSRP visit:




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