[Coral-List] Recruitment: JIMAR PIFSC SUPERVISORY CORAL REEF ECOSYSTEM RESEARCHER
Brittany Huntington - NOAA Affiliate
brittany.huntington at noaa.gov
Wed Nov 22 16:27:55 EST 2017
The Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) is
currently recruiting a supervisory quantitative ecologist within the PIFSC
Ecosystem Science Division based in Honolulu, HI. The JIMAR PIFSC
Supervisory Coral Reef Ecosystem Researcher position is now posted on the
RCUH website (https://www.rcuh.com/ ; position #17521).
DUTIES: Conducts analysis of survey data to improve understanding of coral
reef ecosystems in U.S. Pacific Islands. Implements underwater visual
survey programs to assess and monitor coral reef benthic and fish
communities and habitats. Applies data management and advanced statistical
techniques to analyze coral reef communities and related ecological data.
Prepares technical reports and scientific manuscripts summarizing results
of these analyses, and presents findings at national and international
meetings. Works closely with partners in local jurisdictions and research
institutions to build strong collaborative relationships. Provides
assistance with management of the project and the Ecosystem Sciences
Division (ESD) including proposal writing, administrative functions, and
supervision of personnel.
PRIMARY QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION/TRAINING: PhD from an accredited college
or university in Marine Ecology, Zoology, Marine Biology, Fishery Science,
or related field involving studies of coral reef ecosystems.
DEADLINE: Please note the deadline to apply is *Dec 1st, 2017.*
More information about the Ecosystem Science Division can be found at:
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Brittany Huntington, PhD
JIMAR CREP Program Manager
1845 Wasp Blvd., Building 176
Honolulu HI 96818
Ph: (808) 725-5438
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