Search Reopened: Marine Ecologist, FL Keys
swiner at tnc.org
Wed Feb 14 12:44:57 EST 2001
The Nature Conservancy of the Florida Keys seeks a MARINE ECOLOGIST to serve
as Marine Science and Stewardship Program Manager, assisting with the
long-term protection of the Florida Keys ecosystem, including Florida Bay
and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Candidate will develop and
implement conservation strategies, participate in fieldwork, supervise
staff, and provide scientific direction for volunteer programs.
Additionally, manager will support emerging program efforts in the Bahamas,
serve as TNC spokesperson in select public forums, and assist on other
projects as assigned.
Requirements include a masters degree in Marine Science, Ecology, or related
field, and 5 years of relevant work experience, including knowledge of key
ecological processes in south Florida and the Caribbean as well as the
application of science to public policy. Individual must possess strong
organizational, supervisory, and communication skills with the ability to
relate scientific information effectively to a wide audience. Knowledge of
scientific methods, SCUBA certification, and a willingness to work outdoors,
sometimes in adverse conditions, required. Qualified applicants may send
resume with cover letter by March 2, 2001, to: James Fryer, The Nature
Conservancy, POB 4958, Key West FL 33041. For a more detailed job
description, visit us at http://nature.org.
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