[MARMAM] FYI: Position Announcement: Senior Wildlife Biologist - North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management

Tracy Gill - NOAA Federal tracy.gill at noaa.gov
Tue Mar 16 14:25:16 PDT 2021


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Date: Tue, Mar 16, 2021 at 5:04 PM
Subject: Position Announcement: Senior Wildlife Biologist - North Slope
Borough Department of Wildlife Management

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*Position Announcement Senior Wildlife Biologist*
North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management
Utqiagvik, Alaska

*Application deadline: *26 March 2021

For more information, search for “Senior Wildlife Biologist”, at:
Complete position description
<https://www.arcus.org/civicrm/mailing/url?u=28465&qid=4875458>

For questions, contact:
Robert Suydam
Email: robert.suydam at north-slope.org
<https://www.arcus.org/civicrm/mailing/url?u=28466&qid=4875458>
Phone: 907-852-0350
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The North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management invites
applications for a senior wildlife biologist. This position will be located
in Utqiagvik, Alaska.

This position will help lead the North Slope Borough (NSB)’s Department of
Wildlife Management (DWM
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research and management focus on bowhead and beluga whales, but may also be
involved in studies of other important subsistence species in northern
Alaska. The successful candidate will regularly interact with a number of
other positions, including the NSB Mayor and their staff, the DWM director,
deputy director, another Senior Wildlife Biologist, Research
Biologist/veterinarian, other Wildlife Biologists, Research Assistant,
Outreach Coordinator, Subsistence Coordinators and Specialists,
Environmental Resource Specialist, and support staff. The DWM is involved
in a wide range of studies and activities that focus on providing
scientific information to support the sustainable use of subsistence
resources.

The position will focus on research but also be on the leadership team of
DWM, provide advice on environmental change with respect to wildlife and
fisheries management, biodiversity, industrial activities, and review of
technical documents including those related to oil and gas activities.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Alaska Eskimo Whaling
Commission and the Alaska Beluga Whale Committee on issues related to
research and co-management of bowhead and beluga whales, respectively, and
will be expected to be actively involved with the International Whaling
Commission’s Scientific Committee.

Applicants must have a doctoral degree in a field related to biological
science or management, 10 years of supervisory experience, 10 years of work
experience in environmental and/or wildlife/fisheries research and
management, and 10 years of wildlife/fisheries work experience in the
Arctic.

NSB prefers applicants with a strong background in Arctic ecology, with
emphasis on marine animals; field experience in remote locations;
experience working with Indigenous peoples and issues; strong communication
skills and collaborative experience; and enthusiasm for living in a remote
but vibrant community.

*Application deadline:* 26 March 2021

For more information and to apply, search for “Senior Wildlife Biologist”,
at:
Complete position description
<https://www.arcus.org/civicrm/mailing/url?u=28465&qid=4875458>

For questions, contact:
Robert Suydam
Email: robert.suydam at north-slope.org
<https://www.arcus.org/civicrm/mailing/url?u=28466&qid=4875458>
Phone: 907-852-0350
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