The tasks undertaken by this person may include:
- Assisting with technical reviews of offshore wind project-specific regulatory submissions.
- Assisting with efforts to advance cooperative research activities with NOAA collaborators, including regional fishing industry partners.
- Supporting the technical needs of and participating in the scientific committee(s) of regional fisheries and offshore wind bodies.
- Through collaboration with experts, evaluating and addressing the impacts of pending developments on NOAA Fisheries Surveys, assessments, and management measures.
- Formulating and supporting technical analyses of regional monitoring programs and site specific plans.
- Analyzing and presenting NOAA Fisheries data, including spatio-temporal analyses of cooperative research and regional fishery and ecosystem data.
- Developing manuscripts for publication, technical memorandums/reference documents, and presentation materials.
Qualifications and Skills
- Advanced knowledge of fisheries/marine ecosystem sciences, including its theories, principles, and methods.
- Advanced experience in statistical applications in fisheries research and survey design/methods, impact assessment, and modeling.
- Proficiency in data processing and visualization in both relational and GIS data applications.
- Experience working with fisheries dependent and fisheries independent data.
- Experience working with a broad diversity of fisheries entities-fishing industry, fishery and marine scientists, and government levels.
- Ability to conduct and direct an advanced program.
- Experience in formulation and execution of research programs of considerable scope and complexity.
- Ability to work independently and as a team member. Experience in leading, collaborating, or consulting to contribute to multiple projects.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate research results in reports, including peer-review publications, and presentations to other scientists, managers, policy makers, related industry groups, or the public.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Experience and expertise working on fisheries science within the context of offshore wind or other marine uses is preferred.
The rate of pay is commensurate with experience and qualifications, and the position is eligible for the benefits described on the Integrated Statistics website.
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