[MARMAM] Job: Marine Biologist Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific, Hawaii

Wallace, Christine H CIV NAVFAC PAC, EV christine.wallace at navy.mil
Mon Nov 7 12:57:28 PST 2016


Hi:

Can you post some job openings in Hawaii?  

We are looking for Marine Biologists to fill several positions.  The positions are with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.  These are federal civilian positions at the General Service Grades of GS-11 (salary range $67,800 to $88,100) and GS-12 (salary range $81,200 to 105,600).  Salary range shown includes locality pay and Cost of Living Adjustment for Hawaii.  The grade level and salary will depend on the candidates qualifications and experience.

The incumbent will serve as a Subject Matter Expert for marine resources products and services that support Navy and Marine Corps shore-side bases and military training operations on land and at sea in Hawaii, Guam and the Far East.  The incumbent will be a Navy subject matter expert (SME) in marine resources including one or more of the following:   marine mammals, sea turtles, fishes, coral, marine invertebrates, and marine environments.  Knowledge of Pacific Ocean marine resources is highly desirable, and an understanding of statistics and methods for quantifying and analyzing biological phenomena and trends is necessary.

The incumbent will prepare contracting documents, field work plans, monitoring plans, data analysis, threatened and endangered species evaluations, and research proposals.  Much of the work executed by the incumbent will be by contract, so strong project management and contracting skills are desirable.  A portion of work will also be executed in-house.  The incumbent will be responsible for assisting with the preparation of marine resources sections of environmental planning documents under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).  Additionally, the incumbent will prepare consultation documents and conduct consultations with federal resource agencies under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Management and Conservation Act (Essential Fish Habitat), and other environmental laws and regulations.  

Please contact Mr. Sean Hanser at Naval Facilities Engineering Command if you are interested in submitting a resume for consideration.  Contact him at sean.hanser at navy.mil .  

R,
Christine Wallace
Environmental Planning and Conservation Division Manager (EV2)
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific 
258 Makalapa Dr, STE 100
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860
Commercial:  (808) 472-1447
DSN:  315-1447
christine.wallace at navy.mil


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