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Job Openings in the NOAA Fisheries Office of Protected Resources:
Natural Resource Management Specialist (ZP-0401-3)
This position is located in Silver Spring, MD. The individual for this position will:
- Assess and develop approaches to influence Federal decision-making in conserving and protecting living marine resources and their habitats.
- Develop policy and management for protected species including marine mammals, sea turtles, and endangered fishes using research results on the affects of various activities.
- Collect, synthesize, evaluate, and present scientific data to develop and implement plans and actions related to listings, strandings, consultation, permit, recovery planning, and delisting related to regulatory mandates.
View Full Announcements on USAJOBS:
» NMFS-PR-2014-0013 - open to all U.S. citizens
» NMFS-PR-2014-0012 (MAP)
Salary Range: $68,643-106,955 per year
Vacancy open 09/12/2014-09/18/2014
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Updated: September 12, 2014