Associate Scientist II – Cetacean Modeling – Florida

Agency
UCAR
Location
Miami, FL
Job Category
Full time Positions
Salary
$69,610-$77,344
Last Date to Apply
02/28/2021
Website
https://ucar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UCAR_Careers/job/Foothills-Lab-4/Associate-Scientist-II_REQ-2020-172-1
Description
Position will remain open until sufficient applicants have been received. NMFS with a cooperative agreement with UCAR is looking for a POPULATION MODELER to join the National Marine Fisheries Service in Miami FL (relocation assistance available). The incumbent will utilize a solid foundation in population dynamics models to develop a “Population Consequences of Multiple Stressors” (PCoMS) model to characterize the population responses of cetaceans in the Gulf of Mexico to natural and anthropogenic stressors with a focus on sperm whales and pantropical spotted dolphins. The incumbent will be responsible for working with a team to develop and implement a model, evaluate and present results, develop plans for field projects, and provide model outputs to end users. Please see full job posting for entire list of qualifications, responsibilities, and how to apply
Qualifications
Primary knowledge, skills, and abilities required are as follows: · Bachelor’s degree in oceanography, fisheries oceanography, marine biology, statistics, population dynamics or a related discipline and two to three years of experience as an Associate Scientist I (or equivalent position). · Desired: PhD or Master’s degree in oceanography, fisheries oceanography, marine biology, statistics, population dynamics or a related discipline. · Working knowledge of data management systems (e.g., Oracle, SQLServer, MS Access) and computer code development · Working knowledge of statistical and/or mathematical programming languages (e.g., R, S-PLUS, Matlab, C++). · Demonstrated experience developing population models for marine mammals, sea turtles, or other long-lived species is required, and experience working with marine mammals is highly desired.
Contact Person
Rebeccah Hazelkorn
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