[Coral-List] NOAA Job Opening - Closes 02/12/2010

Lexine Kluck lexinekluck at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 10 20:41:55 EST 2010

Please see USAJOBS for more information. Even though this is only 
open for 12 days, I don't believe that they have anyone in mind for the position.
Help us distribute widely!

Announcement Number NMFS-SER-2010-0007 Promotion Potential
Position Title Natural Resources Management Specialist, GS-0401-12 

Open Period 02/01/2010 - 02/12/2010
Duty Locations Mobile, AL OR St Petersburg, FL OR Stennis Space 
Center, MS
Series/Grade GS - 0401NRMS 12
For More Info Marina.N.Derksema 206-526-6517 Marina.Derksema at noaa.gov

Salary $68809 - $89450

This position is located in the Southeast Regional Office (SERO),
within the National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and
 Atmospheric Administration.

There is
 only one position that will be located at one of the
following locations:  Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, or at Auburn
University Marine Center in Mobile, Alabama; or at the Southeast 
Regional Office in St. Petersburg, FL.

The incumbent serves as Natural Resources Management Specialist for 
NOAA in the North Central Gulf of Mexico with an emphasis on the impact of
environmental issues and the need to distribute the information 
regarding the program to the public. Work supports the goal of protecting,  restoring,
and managing the use of coastal and ocean resources through an ecosystem
 approach to management.

Major Duties
The incumbent is responsible for the development and evaluation of 
 projects and programs to meet the research, educational, recreational and 
 protection objectives of the North Central Gulf of Mexico; analyzing the
impact of environmental issues and distribution
 the information 
 the program to the public.

The incumbent analyzes, develops, disseminates, and evaluates
 regionally-appropriate science related to environmental stewardship of
 programs that focus on the Gulf of Mexico Bay Watershed Education and
Training(B-WET)Program; develops and maintains an active association 
 local, regional, and national science and education organizations, civic
 groups, and government agencies; writes reports, reviews reports, 
 education permit applications and proposals, and helps develop site 

 The incumbent also represents the North Central Gulf of Mexico 
 program in
 meetings at a variety of public forums, including meetings, workshops,
 conferences, and civic events; interprets relevant research findings
 regarding climate change impacts and environmental resiliency programs;
 assists in analyzing and developing data from
 research to make
 recommendations  focused on the Gulf of Mexico, that includes 
with the Sea Grant, The National Estuarine Research reserves in the 
 Gulf of
Mexico, Gulf of Mexico EPA Program, Education Diversity Issue Team, 
 the Gulf
 of Mexico Governor's Alliance, grantees, state and local governments, 
 non-governmental organizations.

 Basic requirements: A. Applicants must show they have a degree with
 major study in biological science, agriculture, natural resources
 management, chemistry, or related disciplines; OR
 B. Combination of education and experience: Courses equivalent to a
major (24 semester hours), as shown in A above, plus appropriate
 experience or additional education.


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