Fisheries Biologist Needed

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Integrated Statistics is looking for a Fishery Biologist to work in support of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC). The Fishery Biologist will work with the Northeast Cooperative Research Branch, which brings fishermen and researchers  together to develop and conduct projects that require the specialized knowledge of each partner. Results of this research promote better science and management for fisheries, as well as effective communication and collaboration among fishing professional in the region.

The Fishery Biologist participates in all phases of cooperative research, including the facilitation of industry and science partnerships, problem definition, planning, execution, and reporting of findings. The general areas of responsibility include:
The Fishery Biologist's specific field/at sea duties include:
The Fishery Biologist duties also include providing field support for all data collection and monitoring initiatives of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center Cooperative Research Branch. Specific tasks include:
Qualifications and Skills
The Fishery Biologist must possess these qualifications and skills:
The position is full-time. The rate of pay is approximately $26/hr. Up to one week per month of travel may be required, from Maine to North Carolina. The position may potentially offer up to 2 days per week of telework, and may be based in either Narragansett, RI or Woods Hole, MA.

When you apply, upload a cover letter that details your experience and interest in the position. The letter should describe your experience with cooperative research and how it qualifies you for this position. If you have no cooperative research experience, describe other characteristics that you believe qualify you for this position. Describe your research experience and interest in fisheries science and management. Describe your computer/data and office experience.

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