[MARMAM] Quantitative Ecologist/Statstician position at the NMFS Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center

Erin Oleson - NOAA Federal erin.oleson at noaa.gov
Tue Aug 25 21:00:00 PDT 2020

The Cetacean Research Program within the NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands
Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC) in Honolulu, Hawaii, is looking for a
quantitative ecologist/statistician (ZP-2/3) to join the Program.

The general duties will include:
- Participate in the Cetacean Research Program focusing on data collection,
survey design, and population assessment analyses for marine mammals.
- Study marine mammal populations, including estimating abundance or other
life history characteristics for cetaceans using distance sampling,
mark-recapture, and other statistical approaches.
- Create data extractions, post-process data, evaluate scientific data,
review test results and reports, and report on misinformation in data to
open further investigation.
- Collaborate with Pacific Islands Region (PIR) agencies, NOAA Fisheries,
and stakeholders by providing advice and research on issues related to
marine mammal ecology, abundance and distribution, and management needs.
- Develop and present stock assessment models and analyses at meetings, and
publish in peer-reviewed journals.

More details on specific duties, qualifications, and how to apply can be
found in the announcements linked below.  The announcement is nominally
open for 10 days, closing September 4, however is limited to the first 100
applicants, so may close earlier.

*NMFS-PIC-2020-0046: *https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/577145400
*NMFS-PIC-2020-0047:* https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/577144800

Please share widely! Mahalo!


*Erin Oleson, PhD*
*Cetacean Research ProgramNational Marine Fisheries Service*
*Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center*
*1845 Wasp Blvd. Bldg. 176*
*Honolulu, HI 936818*

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