Job Announcement: Fisheries Bio Tech I
Position: Bio Tech I working for a NOAA contractor on a temporary contract of approximately 6 months.
Project Title: Bibliographic Technician for literature pertaining to
seal populations Alaska
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Biology or related science with emphasis in fisheries, oceanography or natural science. At least one (1) year of experience with scientific literature searches, database management and the use of database software for organizing references. The successful candidate must be meticulous and efficient. Previous experience and knowledge of pinniped behavior and ecology literature and management of literature and imagery data bases is desirable.
Alaska Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Mammal Lab (NMML), . Seattle, WA
Duties: Full time position, 40 hours per week.
The Bio Tech I’s primary duties will be to search online literature databases, collect electronic and hard-copy references, and add bibliographic records to the Polar Ecosystem’s reference library. Experience with database software, especially those designed for organizing references, is essential. The contractor may occasionally be required to assist with organizing the aerial survey image database and to enumerate seals from aerial survey photographs of coastal and/or sea ice habitats. Literature research, database organization, and scanning imagery for seals all require attention to detail and ability to stay focused during repetitive tasks.
Salary: based on $17.21 per hour plus medical and dental plan
Please email resumes to the attention of Cal Goo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Position start date currently scheduled for October 1, 2009
Calinda "Cal" Goo
FAX: (808) 239-8436