[Coral-List] Vacancy announcements for two fishery biologists

Brian Bloodworth Brian.Bloodworth at noaa.gov
Wed Oct 13 08:54:38 EDT 2010

The National Marine Fisheries Service (Silver Spring, Maryland) is 
hiring two fishery biologist positions in its Office of Protected 
Resources.  In addition to the summary below, details can be obtained at 
http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/?WT.svl=navsearch.  Apologies for 

*AGENCY & LOCATION*: National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of 
Protected Resources, Endangered Species Division, Silver Spring, 
Maryland, USA

*JOB ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBERS: *NMFS-PR-2010-0023 (career employees); 
NMFS-PR-2010-0024 (all candidates)

*SALARY RANGE:* $89,033.00 - $136,771.00 USD per year

*SERIES & GRADE:* ZP-0482-4/4

*OPEN PERIOD:* Wednesday, September 29, 2010 to Wednesday, October 27, 2010

There are two positions in the Office of Protected Resources, Endangered 
Species Division, at Silver Spring, Maryland USA.  The incumbent serves 
as program authority and expert technical advisor to the Division Chief, 
Office Director and Assistant Administrator for Fisheries on the 
national implementation of the ESA.  The incumbent will analyze complex 
Federal activities to determine their effects to threatened and 
endangered species under NMFS jurisdiction.  One may include U.S. Navy 
training activities, scientific research cruises, and the issuance of 
scientific research permits.  The other will analyze complex Federal 
activities such as the setting of national water quality criteria, and 
other Clean Water Act activities.  Both positions will undertake this 
activity in coordination with the General Counsel for Fisheries, NMFS 
Regions and Centers, and other elements as appropriate.  The incumbent 
will also provide guidance to other agencies on ESA Section 7 
consultation requirements and processes; and prepare briefing materials 
and background materials for NMFS, NOAA, and DOC officials on applicable 
ESA program activities.

Payment of relocation expenses is authorized for current status applicants.

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