Subject: Job Postings on Listserver (fwd)

Mike Williamson (pita@www1.wheelock.edu)
Mon, 14 Jul 1997 15:37:52 -0400 (EDT)

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     J. Michael Williamson
 Principal Investigator-WhaleNet <http://whale.wheelock.edu>
 Associate Professor-Science
 Wheelock College, 200 The Riverway, Boston, MA 02215
voice: 617.734.5200, ext. 256
fax:    617.734.8666, or 508.468.0073

     "Wrinkles only go where smiles have been"
                  Jimmy Buffett
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Date: Mon, 14 Jul 1997 10:47:39 -0700
From: MARMAM Editors <marmamed@UVic.CA>
Reply-To: Marine Mammals Research and Conservation Discussion
     <MARMAM@UVVM.UVIC.CA>
To: MARMAM@UVVM.UVIC.CA
Subject: Job Postings on Listserver (fwd)

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>=20
> JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
>=20
> Fisheries Coordinator
> LIVING OCEANS PROGRAM, NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
>=20
> Responsibilities:  Initiate and manage an array of U.S. fisheries conserv=
ation=20
> projects, including implementation of the Sustainable Fisheries Act and=
=20
> interstate fisheries management for a non-profit conservation organizatio=
n. =20
> Develop strategic approaches to achieving improved conservation and resto=
ration=20
> of fish and fisheries.  Build a larger fisheries conservation program aro=
und the=20
> U.S. coasts.  Coordinate with other groups and constituents, educate poli=
cy=20
> makers, write publishable articles.  This is NOT an entry level position.
> Qualifications:
> =B7  Ability to achieve identifiable policy changes;
> =B7  Ability to create high-profile campaigns to bring effective politica=
l,=20
> scientific, grassroots, and media pressure to bear on management agencies=
;
> =B7  Excellent communication and inter-personal skills;
> =B7  Superior writing;
> =B7  Self-starter, able to work independently without close supervision;
> =B7  Comfortable with media;
> =B7  Demonstrable ability to think creatively "outside the box."
> Education Requirements:  Masters or PhD in relevant area.  Several years=
=20
> experience with marine fisheries policy.
> Closing Date:  August 31, 1997
> Contact:  Send resume, a publication list, three references, a writing sa=
mple,=20
> and a short biographical statement of experiences and career goals.  Send=
 to: =20
> M. Lee, Living Oceans Program, National Audubon Society, 550 South Bay Av=
e.,=20
> Islip, NY  11751.  Or via e-mail at:  mlee@audubon.org.  No phone calls p=
lease.
>=20
> =0C
> JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
>=20
> International Seabird Coordinator
> LIVING OCEANS PROGRAM, NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
>=20
> Responsibilities:  Build a strategic program for seabird conservation and=
=20
> recovery, emphasizing fisheries conflict resolution and habitat stabiliza=
tion=20
> for a non-profit conservation organization.  Bring high-profile, high-ene=
rgy=20
> efforts to selected seabird conservation issues in the U.S. and other cou=
ntries. =20
> Ornithological knowledge and good network contacts important.  This is NO=
T an=20
> entry level position.
> Qualifications:
> =B7  Ability to achieve identifiable policy changes;
> =B7  Ability to create high-profile campaigns to bring effective politica=
l,=20
> scientific, grassroots, and media pressure to bear on management agencies=
;
> =B7  Excellent communication and inter-personal skills;
> =B7  Superior writing;
> =B7  Self-starter, able to work independently without close supervision;
> =B7  Comfortable with public speaking and the media;
> =B7  Demonstrable ability to think creatively "outside the box."
> Education Requirements:  Masters or Ph.D. in relevant area.  Several year=
s=20
> experience with marine fisheries policy.
> Closing Date:  August 31, 1997
> Contact:  Send resume, a publication list, three references, a writing sa=
mple,=20
> and a short biographical statement of experiences and career goals.  Send=
 to: =20
> M. Lee, Living Oceans Program, National Audubon Society, 550 South Bay Av=
e.,=20
> Islip, NY  11751.  Or via e-mail at:  mlee@audubon.org.  No phone calls p=
lease.
> =0C
> JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
>=20
> Grassroots Coordinator
> LIVING OCEANS PROGRAM, NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
>=20
> Responsibilities:  Build a large and effective national grassroots consti=
tuency=20
> on behalf of improved stewardship and restoration of marine fish and thei=
r=20
> habitats for a non-profit conservation organization.  Create and use new,=
=20
> innovative techniques for reaching "outside the choir."  Create action al=
erts=20
> and other tools to bring people's concerns to bear on policy decisions th=
at=20
> relate to issues we are working on.  This is NOT an entry level position.
> Required Skills: =20
> =B7  Ability to create high-profile campaigns to bring effective politica=
l,=20
> scientific, grassroots, and media pressure to bear on management agencies=
;
> =B7  Excellent communication and inter-personal skills;
> =B7  Superior writing;
> =B7  Self-starter, able to work independently without close supervision;
> =B7  Comfortable with public speaking and the media;
> =B7  Demonstrable ability to think creatively "outside the box."
> Education Requirement:  Masters or PhD in relevant area.  Several years=
=20
> experience with constituency building/designing political campaigns.
> Closing Date:  August 31, 1997
> Contact:  Send resume, a publication list, three references, a writing sa=
mple,=20
> and a short biographical statement of experiences and career goals.  Send=
 to: =20
> M. Lee, Living Oceans Program, National Audubon Society, 550 South Bay Av=
e.,=20
> Islip, NY  11751.  Or via e-mail at:  mlee@audubon.org.  No phone calls p=
lease.
>=20
>=20
>=20

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