[MARMAM] JOB(S) POSTING involving Marine Mammals: Marine Acoustic Technician (MAT) and Marine Wildlife Observer (MWO) vacancies
nick.robinson at gardline.com
Mon Jun 8 06:37:51 PDT 2015
MARINE ACOUSTIC TECHNICIAN
The candidate will be expected to conduct acoustic surveys through the use of Passive Acoustic Monitoring Systems (PAMS) and noise measurement systems during offshore activities both nationally and internationally. The candidate will play a key role in the development of in-house systems and be responsible for maintenance and upkeep of all Marine Wildlife Departmental acoustic equipment, in accordance with HSSE and QA standards. Compilation and preparation of PAMS and noise monitoring reports including the processing of acoustic data is required. Projects may include marine mammal mitigation or monitoring, ambient noise measurements and operational noise monitoring.
The candidate will be responsible for the appropriate collection and processing of data both at sea and in the office. This role will require you to work in the office (Great Yarmouth), but we have an expectation that you will spend up to 120 days at sea at locations worldwide, during a 12-month period.
Applicants will be of degree calibre or equivalent in a relevant discipline and possess an understanding of marine acoustics, including both hardware and need to have field experience. Additionally, familiarity with the use of PAMS, CPODs or other underwater noise monitoring equipment is desirable.
MARINE WILDLIFE OBSERVER
The candidate will undertake a wide variety of marine wildlife surveys, including marine mammal observations, passive acoustic monitoring, seabird and environmental impact activities in the field, as well as providing general assistance to the project managers, lead scientists and report writer with the production of marine wildlife reports.
You will be responsible for the appropriate collection and processing of data both at sea and in the office. This role will require you to work in the office (based in Great Yarmouth), but we have an expectation that you will spend approximately 120 days at sea, at locations worldwide, dependent on project requirements, during a 12-month period.
Applicants will ideally be of degree calibre or equivalent in a relevant discipline and possess an understanding of marine mammals and seabirds, their biology and identification. Familiarity with the use of Passive Acoustic Monitoring System (PAMS) or previous marine survey experience would certainly be advantageous.
To apply for your choice of role, please send your CV and cover letter to Group Recruitment and Training Coordinator at recruitment at gardline.com<mailto:recruitment at gardline.com> or via the careers section of our website www.gardlinemarinesciences.com<http://www.gardlinemarinesciences.com/>
Closing date: 3rd July 2015
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