Incidental Take Coordinator Needed

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Integrated Statistics is looking for an Incidental Take Biologist to work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). The Biologist works with the Fisheries Sampling Branch of the Fishery Monitoring and Research Division of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center to perform biological analysis and assessment of commercial sea sampling data collected during commercial fishing trips. The Biologist acts as the point of contact for all incidental take and pelagic species samples, i.e. mammal, turtle, seabird, and highly migratory species biological samples for the Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC).

The Biologist takes responsibility for managing incidental take tissue samples or whole animals, organizing photographs, participating in the evaluation of incidental take data quality, acting as a fisheries data editor, and training fisheries observers in incidental take protocols.

The specific tasks for the job are varied, including but not limited to:

The successful candidate will possess:
 Some travel may be required.

The job is full-time, with the rate of pay $24-26/hr. The position is eligible for the benefits described on the Integrated Statistics website.

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