[Coral-List] Job Announcement Modification - Coral Program Staff Assistant

Ida Buffone buffonei at imsg.com
Wed Jan 2 16:53:51 EST 2008


   This  email  is  to inform you that we've made a minor modification to
   the first paragraph of our job posting below.

   I.M.  Systems  Group,  Inc. (IMSG) has a job opportunity available for
   a Coral Program  Staff Assistant to work on a one year contract at the
   Department of Interior's Ocean Coordinating Office.

   If  your are interested in applying for this postion, please send your
   resume to [1]jobs at imsg.com as indicated below in the job description.

   Ida Buffone
   Ida Buffone
   Sr. Recruitment Specialist
   BuffoneI at IMSG.com

   Job Description - Coral Program Staff Assistant

   I.M. Systems Group
   m/),   a   contractor   to   the   National  Oceanic  and  Atmospheric
   Administration  (NOAA)  in  Silver  Spring, MD, seeks an individual to
   serve as staff at the Department of the Interior working on marine and
   coastal program activities with the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
   and  other  Interior  bureaus.  This  individual  will  work  as staff
   assistant    to    the    US    Coral    Reef    Task   Force   (CRTF-
   f.gov/), with the FWS, with DOI
   /initiatives/ocean.html)  and  with  NOAA's  Coral  Reef  Conservation
   Program (CRCP-
   f.noaa.gov/)  in  the  areas  of program coordination and development,
   strategic  planning, partnership building, and information management.
    DOI  is  working  to  coordinate  its ocean and coastal activities as
   directed under the Ocean Action Plan.  This position will help support
   that  effort.   NOAA's  CRCP  supports  effective management and sound
   science   to   preserve,  sustain  and  restore  valuable  coral  reef
   ecosystems.  This  position  will  be  in  located  in Washington D.C.
   metropolitan  area (potentially in both Silver Spring, MD and with the
   DOI in Wash. DC).

   Core Responsibilities:

   o  Provide  a  range of programmatic support to DOI, FWS, and the CRTF

   o Participate in various working groups and program teams.

   o  Assist  with  news  letters,  website support, reports, and meeting

   o Support program strategic planning and coordination efforts.

   o Review and provide comments on documents and reports.



   Required Qualifications:

   o  Bachelor's  degree in a relevant discipline such as marine science,
   biology, marine policy, environmental management, or policy.

   o Strong verbal and writing skills.

   o  Strong  organizational  skills  and attention to detail; leadership
   ability on projects.

   o Self-motivated, creative, energetic, strategic thinker with a can-do

   o  Ability to work well individually and cooperatively with a range of

   o  Ability  to  work  on  several projects simultaneously and to shift
   priorities as needed.

   o Willingness to learn new skills and work with motivated individuals.

   o  Technical  proficiency  with Microsoft Office programs; Dreamweaver
   knowledge a plus but not required.

   Desired Qualifications:

   o  One  year  program  or project planning preferred; other leadership
   skills can substitute.

   o  Familiarity  with  ocean,  coastal  and coral reef conservation and
   management issues.


   To Apply:

   Qualified  candidates  may  apply by e-mailing a cover letter, resume,
   and  3 references (MS Word format strongly preferred) to the following
   email:  jobs at imsg.com  with  the  subject  heading:  NOA07043  - Coral
   Program  Staff  Assistant.    This  position  is  for one year and the
   vacancy announcement is open until filled. The maximum salary paid for
   this position is $40,000 per year and is commensurate with experience.


   IMSG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


   1. mailto:jobs at imsg.com
   2. http://www.imsg.com/
   3. https://mail.imsg.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.imsg.com/
   4. https://mail.imsg.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.coralreef.gov/
   5. https://mail.imsg.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.doi.gov/initiatives/ocean.html
   6. https://mail.imsg.com/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://www.coralreef.noaa.gov/

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