Marine Science and Stewardship Program Manager

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Mon Oct 23 21:14:03 EDT 2000

Marine Science and Stewardship Program Manager

The Nature Conservancy seeks an individual to assist 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


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 Nov. 6, 2000, to: The Nature Conservancy, James

Fryer, Director, 333 Fleming St, Key West, FL 33040. For a more detailed job

description, visit us at

Susan Winer, Office Manager

The Nature Conservancy of the Florida Keys

swiner at

POB 4958                 305 296-3880, x26

Key West FL 33041-4958   fax 292-1763

<paraindent><param>out,out</param><smaller>Deborah Danaher

Senior Research Associate

Coral Health and Monitoring Program

Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory 

Ocean Chemistry Division/NOAA

4301 Rickenbacker Causeway

Miami, FL 33149  US


danaher at</smaller></paraindent>

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