lunes, 7 de septiembre de 2009

Empleo: Seattle!

Job Announcement: Fisheries Research Scientist

Position: Scientist I working for a NOAA contractor on a temporary contract of approximately 1 year.

Project Title: Antarctic Pack Ice Seals (APIS) analyses

Education and Experience: PH.D degree in Biology or related science with emphasis in fisheries, oceanography or natural science. Three (3) years experience with marine mammal surveys, abundance estimation, and statistical analyses are required.

Location: Alaska Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Mammal Lab (NMML), Seattle, WA. Data processing and analysis will be done at NMML and no field work is anticipated.

Duties: Full time position, 40 hours per week.

Duties to be performed under this task order include but are not limited to conducting research on the abundance, trends, and distribution of Antarctic pack ice seals. The main focus will be to estimate the abundance of Antarctic pack-ice seals (crabeater, leopard, Ross, and Weddell seals) from three separate and disparate, but geographically overlapping, survey efforts (between 26oW and 4oE) in the Queen Maud Land region and South Atlantic sector of the Antarctic.

Specific deliverables are required to be accomplished by due dates specified in work assignments and submitted to the NMFS Project Leader for approval and acceptance.

The successful candidate will work as a member of a scientific team, but will have the lead for undertaking the data processing and analyses as agreed in consultation with the team. This work will involve evaluating scientific literature and compiling data from a wide variety of sources. Previous experience with marine mammal surveys, abundance estimation, and statistical analyses are required.

Salary: based on $28.52 per hour plus paid medical and dental plan

Please email resumes to the attention of Cal Goo at officeafl@hawaii.rr.com

Position start date currently scheduled for October 1, 2009

Calinda "Cal" Goo
Aquatic Farms
49-139 Kamehameha Hwy
Kaneohe, HI. 96734
(808) 239-2929
FAX: (808) 239-8436