Integrated Statistics is looking for a Resource Economist to work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), which administers NOAA's programs in the Northeastern United States to manage living marine resources for optimum use. The Protected Resources Division (PRD) is dedicated to managing, conserving, and rebuilding populations of marine mammals and endangered and threatened marine and anadromous species in rivers, bays, estuaries and marine waters of the Northeast.
The Economist will work closely
with the Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Program within PRD, which implements
conservation programs for endangered and protected marine mammals and sea
The Economist will conduct analyses of the economic impacts of regulations and alternatives proposed to reduce the impacts of commercial fisheries on the endangered North Atlantic right whale through the Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Team, the Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Plan, and Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act. The Economist will conduct a review of appropriate statutes and policies relevant to conducting economic impact assessments pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act, Administrative Procedure Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act, Regulatory Flexibility Act, Endangered Species Act (including Section 7), and Executive Order 12866, among others. The Economist will then assess, as needed, proposed regulatory amendments or alternatives according to established methods, guidelines, and policies.
The specific tasks include:
The position is full-time with an expected duration of 16 months. The rate of pay is $35-38/hr, and the position is eligible for the benefits described on the Integrated Statistics website.
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