Subject: Jobs:2 Jobs, Manatee Research, Florida (fwd)

Mike Williamson (pita@www1.wheelock.edu)
Sun, 25 Oct 1998 09:48:43 -0500 (EST)

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Subject: 2 Jobs, Manatee Research, Florida (fwd)

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Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 17:28:25 -0400 (EDT)
From: Bruce Ackerman STP 813/896-8626 ext.1912
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2 Job Announcements

Two positions in manatee research in southwest Florida.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Requires State of Florida Job Application Form.
(Sorry for bizarre formatting)

SUMMARY (DETAILS BELOW):
Position Title: MARINE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE-FMRI
Closing Date: 11/02/1998
Port Charlotte, Florida
Salary Range: $29,910.96 to $49,712.52
(Applicants are normally hired at the minimum of the salary range)

CONDUCTS RESEARCH ON MANATEES.  RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MARINE MAMMAL PROGRAM
IN THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, INCLUDING ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPERVISORY,
MAINTENANCE, AND FISCAL ACTIVITIES. COORDINATE MANATEE RESCUE OPERATIONS.
COLLECTS CARCASSES FOR NECROPSY. Must have B.S. in Biological or Natural
or Physical Sciences.  Must be able to fly in small airplanes, and
operate small boats.  Must have experience with computers.  Must be able
to coordinate projects, supervise, and communicate eff ectively.

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2) Position Title: BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST II
Closing Date: 11/02/1998
St. Petersburg Florida
Annual Salary Range: $25,116.48 to $41,022.24
(Applicants are normally hired at the minimum of the salary range)
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CONDUCTS RESEARCH ON MANATEES.  STATISTICAL ASSESSMENTS OF MARINE MAMMAL
POPULAT IONS.  MONITOR STATUS OF MANATEE POPULATION. CONDUCT MANATEE
AERIAL SURVEYS AND MAINTAIN DATA. PARTICIPATE IN MANATEE FIELD RESEARCH
PROJECTS. Must have B.S. in Biological field.  Must be able to fly in
small airplanes.  Must have experienc e with computers and statistics.

Overall Project Descriptions
DEP Florida Marine Research Institute, St. Petersburg, FL
http://www.fmri.usf.edu/
http://www.DEP.STATE.FL.US/psm/
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DETAILS:
Position Title: MARINE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE-FMRI
Position Number: 002681Class Code: 5062
Closing Date: 11/02/1998
Port Charlotte, Florida
Location: CHARLOTTE County: CHARLOTTE Full Time. Pay Grade: 022
Pay Plan: 01Annual Salary Range: $29,910.96 to $49,712.52
(Applicants are normally hired at the minimum of the salary range)

To apply, submit a State of Florida Employment Application to the
individual who se name appears above by the application deadline:

24-Hour Job Line     850/487-0436
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/joa/       --- List of current job openings

Contact Person:
PERSONNEL OFFICE
FL MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
100 8TH. AVE. S.E.
M.S. J2N-PRS
ST. PETERSBURG, FL. 337015095
Phone: (727)896-8626  Fax (727)823-1066 Suncom: 523-1011

Announcement Type: Open Competitive Opportunity. An Equal
Opportunity/Affirmativ e Action Employer. We hire only U.S. citizens and
lawfully authorized alien work ers. Preference shall be given to certain
veterans and spouses of veterans as pr ovided by chapter 295, Florida
Statutes. If you need an accommodation because of a disability in order to
participate in the application/selection process, plea se notify the
hiring authority in advance. The State of Florida does not tolerat e
violence in the workplace.

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Special Notes: RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAY TO DAY OPERATION OF THE MARINE
MAMMAL PRO GRAM IN THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA FIELD OFFICE INCLUDING
ADMINISTRATIVE, SUPERVISORY , MAINTENANCE, AND FISCAL ACTIVITIES.
COORDINATE MANATEE RESCUE OPERATIONS.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: KNOWLEDGE OF: BIOLOGICAL OR WILDLIFE
SCIENCES; TERMINOLOGY, PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES USED IN RESEARCH ON
MARINE MAMMALS; METH ODS OF DATA COLLECTION; PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF
RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS; PERS ONAL COMPUTERS AND DATABASE SOFTWARE;
MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISORY PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES. ABILITY TO: COLLECT
AND ANALYZE DATA; UTILIZE PROBLEM SOLVING TECHNIQ UES; UNDERSTAND AND
APPLY APPLICABLE RULES, REGULATIONS, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ; PREPARE
WRITTEN REPORTS; PLAN, ORGANIZE AND COORDINATE WORK ASSIGNMENTS; COMMU
NICATE EFFECTIVELY VERBALLY AND IN WRITING; SUPERVISE PEOPLE, ESTABLISH
AND MAIN TAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS; SWIM WITH SUFFICIENT SKILL
TO SAVE ONESELF IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY; SAFELY OPERATE VEHICLES,
TRAILERS AND BOATS UP TO 22'; CONDUCT AERIAL SURVEYS, TRACKING AND
RESEARCH FROM SMALL AIRPLANES; OBTAIN BOATER SAFETY CERTIFICATION; AND
WORK ON-CALL.

Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or
univer sity with major course of study in one of the physical or natural
sciences or ma thematics and two years of experience in one of the
physical or natural sciences or mathematics; or Two years of experience as
a Marine Research Assistant - FMR I. A master's degree from an accredited
college or university with major course of study in one of the educational
areas listed above can substitute for one yea r of the required
experience. A doctorate from an accredited college or universi ty with
major course of study in one of the educational areas listed above can s
ubstitute for the required experience.

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2) Position Title: BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST II
Position Number: 002678 Class Code: 5034 Closing Date: 11/02/1998
St. Petersburg Florida
Location: PINELLAS County: PINELLAS Full Time. Pay Grade: 019 Pay Plan:01
Annual Salary Range: $25,116.48 to $41,022.24
(Applicants are normally hired at the minimum of the salary range)

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Special Notes: CONDUCT RESEARCH ON & STATISTICAL ASSESSMENTS OF MARINE
MAMMAL PO PULATIONS. MONITOR STATUS OF MANATEE POPULATION. CONDUCT AND
ORGANIZE MANATEE AE RIAL SURVEYS AND MAINTAIN DATA. PARTICIPATE IN MANATEE
FIELD RESEARCH PROJECTS.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: KNOWLEDGE OF: ONE OF THE BIOLOGICAL
SCIENCES; AND PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF RESEARCH AND STATISTICAL
ANALYSIS. ABILITY TO: COLLECT, ANALYZE AND MAINTAIN SCIENTIFIC DATA;
CONDUCT AERIAL SURVEYS IN SMALL A IRPLANES; UTILIZE PROBLEM SOLVING
TECHNIQUES; PLAN, ORGANIZE, AND COORDINATE WOR K ASSIGNMENTS; PREPARE
WRITTEN TECHNICAL REPORTS; COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY VERBAL LY AND IN
WRITING; ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATION- SHIPS WITH
OTHERS; SWIM WITH SUFFICIENT SKILL TO SAVE ONESELF IN THE EVENT OF AN
EMERGENCY ; SAFELY OPERATE VEHICLES, TRAILERS AND BOATS UP TO 22';
COMPLETE A SMALL BOAT S AFETY COURSE WITHIN THE PROBATIONARY PERIOD AND
MAINTAIN A VALID DRIVER'S LICENS E; AND WORK IN EXCESS OF 40 HOURS PER
WEEK, NIGHTS, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS.

Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or
univer sity with a major in one of the biological sciences and one year of
professional biological experience in a field or laboratory program; or A
master's degree fr om an accredited college or university in one of the
biological sciences. SPECIA L NOTES: Certain positions within this class
require individuals to meet specifi c federal or state regulations as
identified by the employing agency.

SPECIAL NOTE: Certain positions within this class require individuals to meet sp
ecific federal or state regulations as identified by the employing agency.

TO APPLY: SAME AS ABOVE
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CANNOT APPLY BY EMAIL

Submitted by
Dr. Bruce B. Ackerman
Florida Marine Research Institute
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
100 Eighth Ave. S.E.
St. Petersburg FL 33701-5095
Phone  727-896-8626, ext. 1912
Fax    727-893-9176
ACKERMAN_B@EPIC7.DEP.STATE.FL.US


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