[MARMAM] Job Opportunity: Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program Lead - NOAA
Charles Littnan - NOAA Federal
charles.littnan at noaa.gov
Mon Mar 4 07:53:39 PST 2019
We are currently searching for the next program leader for NOAA Fisheries'
Hawaiian monk seal program. We are hiring one position in either the
Supervisory Marine Biology or Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer
Tracks. Applicants must be US Citizens or Nationals.
General duties include:
Exercise decision-making authority over a comprehensive scientific research
program focused on conservation of Hawaiian monk seals, including directing
scientific priorities, participating in analyses and drafting of
publications and policies, and ensuring the quality of scientific products.
Ensure program compliance with Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA),
Endangered Species Act (ESA), and other environmental Acts regulating
research related to Hawaiian monk seals.
Perform strategic planning functions for the monk seal program, such as
approving work plans to enhance achievement of goals, overseeing the
revision of long-range plans, goals, objectives, and policy and
organizational changes, and approving allocation and distribution of funds.
Develop peer-reviewed journal publications on protected species, health and
disease issues, and monk seal conservation initiatives, and make
presentations on monk seal recovery issues and research results.
Perform the full-range of supervisory duties, including evaluating work,
providing advice to employees, reviewing disciplinary action, approving
expenses, overtime, and employee travel, and assessing training needs.
The veterinary position will have additional responsibilities related to
animal care and husbandry, health and disease research and more.
Veterinary Medical Officer
Application window is open until March 18, 2019
*Charles Littnan, PhD.*
Protected Species Division
1845 WASP Blvd., Building 176
Honolulu, HI 96818
PH: (808) 725-5711
Fax: (808) 725-5567
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