Economist/Scientific Programmer Needed

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Integrated Statistics is looking for an Economist/Scientific Programmer to work at a NOAA Fisheries facility on bioeconomic modeling of marine recreational fisheries. The Economist/Scientific Programmer will work closely with scientists at the NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center (SEFSC) and NOAA Fisheries Southeast Regional Office in (SERO). This is an exciting opportunity to conduct groundbreaking research as part of a team of economists and stock assessors.

The project will focus on the development of a bioeconomic model of recreationally caught reef fish species in the Gulf of Mexico. Currently, there are two similar bioeconomic models in use; one in STATA and the other in R. The resulting bioeconomic model will be used to examine the effects of several important fishery management measures, such as bag limits, size/length regulations, and other possible policies that produce fish stock feedbacks. The results may also be used to examine optimal policies to recover depleted groundfish species.

The Economist/Scientific Programmer will primarily be responsible for developing or adapting existing biological models and integrating them with an existing economic model. Economic expertise will be provided by an existing NOAA researcher. The Economist/Scientific Programmer will focus on these tasks:

The successful candidate will possess:
The work location is somewhat flexible, with preference for Tampa or Miami FL, but qualified candidates in Seattle WA, Woods Hole MA, or Silver Spring MD may be considered.

The position is expected to last for ten months, with the possibility of extension. The rate of pay will be approximately $30-35 per hour, depending on skills and experience. The position is eligible for the benefits described on the Integrated Statistics website.

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