[Coral-List] Fwd: Job posting US Virgin Islands

Marlon Hibbert - NOAA Affiliate marlon.hibbert at noaa.gov
Tue Dec 9 10:48:35 EST 2014

The United States Virgin Islands Department of Planning and Natural
Resources would like to announce a position vacancy in the Coastal Zone
Management Division.  A defined scope of work and application instructions
are provided below.

Marine Park Coordinator/ Park Ranger Supervisor for the St Croix East End
Marine Park

Scope of Work:

The employee is responsible for strategic planning, coordination,
development, implementation and daily operation of the St. Croix East End
Marine Park.  This employee is responsible for the effective day-to-day
operation and long-term management of the St. Croix East End Marine Park.

The employee works under the supervision of the CZM Director, but is given
responsibility for program development and implementation in a manner
consistent with the park’s grant requirements, management plan, sustainable
finance plan and rules and regulations. The employee must be able to
satisfactorily complete work with a minimal amount of supervision and must
be able to work as part of the marine park team, with other CZM staff and
with project partners to achieve the park’s goals and objectives.

Duties (not all inclusive):

•    Program and project development to effectively implement and manage
the St. Croix East End Marine Park

•    Short and long-term strategic planning for the Park to ensure its
long-term sustainability

•    Review, identification and prioritization of programmatic goals,
objectives and activities

•    Implementation of the Park Management Plan, Sustainable Finance Plan
and business plan

•    Coordinates and oversees implementation of grant requirements and
tasks related to the Park

•    Coordinates the work of Park staff and other DPNR personnel involved
with the Park

•    Liaisons with Park partners including governmental and interagency
committees, academia and non-governmental organizations

•    Coordinates with other Divisions and Departments to ensure
implementation of coordinated programs

•    Represents the Park and CZM within the community at special events and
in meetings with the public and stakeholders

•    Reviews laws and assists in the development and review of Park rules
and regulations

•    Evaluation of park programs

•    Maintain and develop partnerships and collaborations with other

•    Work is primarily done in the office, but work on land and in the sea
is necessary and required.  Applicant must be familiar with, and
comfortable working on boats, SCUBA certification preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (not all inclusive)

•    Knowledge of Caribbean marine ecosystems and coastal resource

•    Knowledge of environmental, zoning, fisheries, boating and coastal
zone laws and the related rules and regulations

How To Apply:

USVI DPNR Position Title: Park Ranger Supervisor

Location: St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands

Salary Range: $45,222 - $53,710

Grade: SE 27

Closing Date: December 18, 2014

Interested applicants please send the following documents by December 18,
2014 to Celia Jackson- Williams, Personnel Relations Administrator, email:
celia.jackson-williams at dpnr.vi.gov

(1)    Completed Government of the Virgin Islands application form (found

(2)    Resume

(3)    Copies of transcripts and degrees from accredited universities

(4)    Proof of citizenship (documents accepted: US passport, birth
certificate, naturalization certificate, or certificate of citizenship)

(5)    Copy of social security card

(6)    Government issued photo ID

(7)    Copies of any relevant certifications (ex: SCUBA or CPR)

 For questions please contact  Celia Jackson- Williams at 774-3320 ext 5135
or email: celia.jackson-williams at dpnr.vi.gov

For more information about the position go to http://www.dopusvi.org/careers


Marlon Hibbert
USVI Management Liaison
NOAA's Office of Coastal Management
Almeric Christian Federal Building
3013 Estate Golden Rock-Box 4
Christiansted, St Croix, VI 00820-4226
t: 340-718-1238

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