[Coral-List] Research Ecologist positions at NOAA/AOML coming soon
jim.hendee at noaa.gov
Tue Jan 24 08:52:17 EST 2017
Those of you who are interested in the Research Ecologist position
may still see that position advertised on USAJobs, even though President
Trump has called for a hiring freeze. However, I would encourage you to
not only apply for that position, but for these, too, which came out
from our Physical Oceanography Division. It may end up that we can hire
applicants that they do not:
Oceanographer (Research), ZP-1360-3/4 ( MAP)/(DE/CR)
RADs Case Number: 12182
Open Date 01/19/17
Close date 01/26/17
Hope it works out for you!
On 1/11/17 9:42 AM, James Hendee wrote:
> Please be advised that we will soon be posting on USAJobs.gov
> Research Ecologist positions at the ZP-3 (GS 11/12) and ZP-4 (GS
> 13/14) level. Those with expertise in marine ecology, marine biology,
> coral reef ecosystems, coastal ecosystems, pelagic ecosystems,
> genetics, genomics, biogeochemistry, ecosystem based management,
> and/or biodiversity will be considered. The positions will be at the
> Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory in Miami,
> Florida, USA.
> If you have such interest and experience, I would recommend that
> you become familiar with our current research interests at
> www.aoml.noaa.gov/oced, and that you become thoroughly prepared with
> the documentation you will need by registering with USAJobs.com and
> see typical retirements for similar positions. It will be a short
> window of opportunity, so be prepared!
> I will announce the position again once it is posted on USAJobs.com.
> James C. Hendee
> <http://www.coral.noaa.gov/people/jim-hendee.html>, Ph.D.
> Director, Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division
> Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
> National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
> 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway
> Miami, Florida 33149-1026
> Voice: 305 361-4396
> Fax: 305 361-4392
> Jim.Hendee at noaa.gov
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