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  • Popplestone, Ann
    ... From: Kathi R. Kitner [mailto:kathi.kitner@SAFMC.NOAA.GOV] Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 3:29 PM To: ANTHRO-L@LISTSERV.ACSU.BUFFALO.EDU Subject: [ANTHRO-L]
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      FW: [ANTHRO-L] Two new Positions - Fisheries Related

      I doubt that anybody on this list is interested, but here they are:

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Kathi R. Kitner [mailto:kathi.kitner@...]
      Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 3:29 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Two new Positions - Fisheries Related


      The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council (http://www.safmc.net) is
      announcing two new staff positions for the late summer.  Please contact Mr.
      Bob Mahood for further information at (843) 571-4366.  Interested persons
      should apply by July 31, 2001, and must submit a complete resume, list of
      references and examples of technical documents, studies and/or publications
      authored to: Robert K. Mahood, Executive Director, SAFMC, 1 Southpark
      Circle, Suite 306, Charleston, S.C. 29407-4699.

      See below for position descriptions, etc.
      thanks,
      KRK

      POSITION # 1:

      ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT SCIENTIST


      Federal Schedule Grade Equivalent - GS-11/12
      Classification Date - 06/22/2001


      MAJOR DUTIES:
      Responsible for coordination of all National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
      sections of Supplemental Environmental Impact Statements (EISs) for the
      Snapper Grouper FMP, Shrimp FMP, and Marine Protected Area Amendments under
      the Snapper Grouper FMP.

      Serves as Environmental Impact Scientist for the South Atlantic Fishery
      Management Council:

      Formulates and develops Environmental Assessments (EAs) and Environmental
      Impact Statements (EISs) for all fishery management plans/amendments and
      other related documents in coordination with other technical staff and the
      Executive Director at the direction of the Council.

      Writes draft and final Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact
      Statements.

      Compiles and analyzes environmental, biological, socioeconomic, or other
      technical data.

      Actively participates with the AP and SSC in the presentation and defense of
      the EA/EIS to ensure thorough discussion and review of all aspects as
      appropriate for each group.  Addresses AP and SSC comments and provides
      staff recommendation to Steering Committee and Council.

      Responsible for the technical/scientific staff revision to any EA/EIS before
      they are forwarded to the Secretary of Commerce.

      Functions as EA/EIS contact with government agencies, universities and
      others alerting them to Council activities and requesting consideration for
      conduct of research and data collection in areas that would benefit Council
      EA/EIS preparation.

      Works with assigned SAFMC committees to coordinate the South Atlantic
      Council's input into EAs/EISs being developed by other Councils.

      Review plans/amendments and discussion material from other Councils as
      requested by the Deputy Executive Director.

      Responds to written and oral inquiries from fishing participants, government
      agencies and the general public on EAs/EISs.

      Performs other duties as assigned by the Deputy Executive Director.


      FACTORS:

      Knowledge, Ability, and Skills Required:
      A Master's Degree or higher, from an accredited college or university, with
      major study in sciences related to natural resources.  A Bachelor's Degree
      and two years of work experience in a similar position may be considered in
      place of a Master's Degree.  Ability to research and analyze pertinent
      technical data and an understanding of various technical information
      sources.  Demonstrated quantitative analysis and technical writing skills
      are required.  Incumbent must have the ability to communicate with
      fishermen, scientific personnel, and Council members concerning all aspects
      of EA/EIS development, review, and implementation.

      Preferred Qualifications:
      Preference will be given to applicants with (a) experience related to
      Environmental Impact Assessments (NEPA-related), particularly in the marine
      environment in the southeast United States;       (b) experience with
      Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint; and  (c) experience with Apple
      computers.

      Supervisory Controls:
      a.      Supervision Received - Works under the supervision of the Deputy
      Executive Director.

      b.      Supervision Exercised - None.

      Guidelines:
      Incumbent uses initiative and resourcefulness in adopting and developing new
      methods or modifying existing procedures.

      Complexity:
      Assists and advises the Council on technical matters relating to EA/EIS
      development and monitoring.

      Scope and Effect:
      The work affects a wide range of Council activities and impacts upon
      industry and the public.

      Personal Contacts:
      Personal contacts are with the Council, federal and state agencies,
      contractors, universities, scientists, and the public.


      POSITION #2:

      SOUTH ATLANTIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

      PROTECTED RESOURCES SCIENTIST


      Federal Schedule Grade Equivalent - GS-11/12
      Classification Date - 06/22/2001


      MAJOR DUTIES:
      Responsible for coordination of all Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Marine
      Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) sections of Supplemental Environmental Impact
      Statements (EISs) for the Snapper Grouper FMP, Shrimp FMP, and Marine
      Protected Area Amendments under the Snapper Grouper FMP.

      Serves as Protected Resources Scientist for the South Atlantic Fishery
      Management Council:

      Formulates and develops Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Marine Mammal
      Protection Act (MMPA) portions of all fishery management plans/amendments
      and other related documents in coordination with other technical staff and
      the Executive Director at the direction of the Council.

      Writes draft and final ESA/MMPA sections of all fishery management
      plans/amendments and other related documents.

      Compiles and analyzes endangered species, biological, socioeconomic, or
      other technical data.

      Actively participates with the AP and SSC in the presentation and defense of
      the ESA/MMPA portions of plans, amendments, and other related documents to
      ensure thorough discussion and review of all aspects as appropriate for each
      group.  Addresses AP and SSC comments and provides staff recommendation to
      Steering Committee and Council.

      Responsible for the technical/scientific staff revision to ESA/MMPA portions
      of plans, amendments to plans, or adjustments to plans or regulations before
      they are forwarded to the Secretary of Commerce.

      Functions as ESA/MMPA contact with government agencies, universities and
      others alerting them to Council activities and requesting consideration for
      conduct of research and data collection in areas that would benefit Council
      ESA document preparation and/or monitoring.

      Represents the Council on Take Reduction Team(s).
      Works with assigned SAFMC committees to coordinate the South Atlantic
      Council's input into ESA/MMPA portions of fishery management
      plans/amendments/regulations being developed by other Councils.

      Review plans/amendments and discussion material from other Councils as
      requested by the Deputy Executive Director.

      Responds to written and oral inquiries from fishing participants, government
      agencies and the general public on ESA portions of documents.

      Performs other duties as assigned by the Deputy Executive Director.

      FACTORS:
      Knowledge, Ability, and Skills Required:
      A Master's Degree or higher, from an accredited college or university, with
      major study in sciences related to natural resources.  A Bachelor's Degree
      and two years of work experience in a similar position may be considered in
      place of a Master's Degree.  Ability to research and analyze pertinent
      technical data, and an understanding of various technical information
      sources.  Demonstrated quantitative analysis and technical writing skills
      are required.  Incumbent must have the ability to communicate with
      fishermen, scientific personnel and Council members concerning all aspects
      of ESA document development, review, and implementation.

      Preferred Qualifications:
      Preference will be given to applicants with (a) experience related to
      MMPA/ESA issues, particularly in the southeast United States; (b) experience
      with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint; and  (c) experience with Apple
      computers.

      Supervisory Controls:
      a.      Supervision Received - Works under the supervision of the Deputy
      Executive Director.

      b.      Supervision Exercised - None.

      Guidelines:
      Incumbent uses initiative and resourcefulness in adopting and developing new
      methods or modifying existing procedures.

      Complexity:
      Assists and advises the Council on technical matters relating to ESA
      document development and monitoring.

      Scope and Effect:
      The work affects a wide range of Council activities and impacts upon
      industry and the public.



      Personal Contacts:
      Personal contacts are with the Council, federal and state agencies,
      contractors, universities, scientists and the public.

      Purpose of Contacts:
      The purpose is to plan, coordinate or advise on work efforts.

      Physical Demands:
      Duties require travel of varied frequency, duration and destinations.

      Work Environment:
      Work is performed in an office setting.

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