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Subject: job opening - Massachusetts DMF
From: "Armstrong-FWE, Michael (Michael Armstrong)" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Armstrong-FWE, Michael
Date:Mon, 26 Jun 2000 10:08:17 EDT

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Agency Name: Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries
Official Title: Aquatic Biologist IV
Salary Range: $44,935.28 to $58,551.48
Location: Gloucester
Comments: This position with be the Sport Fish Program supervisor
Duties: The incumbent will be responsible for the overall supervision of the
Division's Sport Fish Program (SFP), which is designed to maximize the
benefits available to the Commonwealth from Federal Aid in Sport Fish
Restoration (Wallop-Breaux). Duties will include but not be limited to the
design, implementation, and supervision of projects that provide habitat and
resource protection; projects that provide technical assistance to
interjurisdictional fisheries management and research committees, fishing
organizations, and the general public; projects that provide fundamental
fisheries information needed for formulating fishery management plans;
projects that restore and enhance the Commonwealth's anadromous fisheries;
and projects that provide general information about Division programs and
their benefits, and about the state's fishing opportunities.1. The incumbent
will oversee the operations of the Sport Fish Program staff, which includes
over 15 Biologists, and overall administration of the Program. Included is
the oversight and responsibility for all program budgets (state and federal
funds), federal project applications, progress and final program reports,
recovery of federal reimbursements, Program funds can range from $1.3 million
to over $2 million annually.2. Develop projects in consultation with the
Division Director and the Director's senior staff that best meet the goals
and objectives of the Commonwealth's fishery policies and the guidelines of
federal and interjurisdictional fisheries management plans.3. Participation
and presentation of Program work will be expected at state and federal
technical/management meetings, public hearings, private organizations and
associations, at meetings of the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Commission
(MFC), and at meetings with federal and state elected officials. 4. The
incumbent will advise the Division Director and his Senior Staff concerning
the results of Program work and will provide recommendations as to how
different fishery management strategies may impact the Commonwealth's
recreational fisheries.5. The incumbent will conduct regular reviews and
evaluations of staff performance, make recommendations for staff assignments,
and hiring.6. Maintain oversight of the Division's Environmental Review
Program to monitor, evaluate, and report on impacts to fisheries, resources
and habitat as a result of coastal alterations.7. Provide administrative
oversight to the Division's Clean Vessel Act Program, which distributes
federal funds to cities and towns for conduct of boat pump-out services.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) five years
of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, para-professional or
technical experience in marine biology or fisheries management work, of which
(B) at least three years must have been in a professional capacity and of
which (C) at least two years must have been in a supervisory capacity, or (D)
any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions
below.Substitutions:I. A Bachelor's degree with a major in marine, fisheries
or wildlife biology; fisheries or wildlife management; marine science or
oceanography may be substituted for a maximum of two years of the required
(A) experience.*II. A Graduate degree with a major in marine, fisheries or
wildlife biology; fisheries or wildlife management; marine science or
oceanography may be substituted for a maximum of three years of the required
(A) experience and one year of the required (B) experience.**Education toward
such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the
requirements actually completed.NOTE: Substitutions will not be permitted for
the required (C) experience.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Based on assignment,
possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class 3 Motor Vehicle
Operator's license.
Preferred Qualifications: An advanced degree with a strong background in
marine fisheries management and related skills in mathematics, statistics,
computer science, and skills in oral and written communications, including
the ability to communicate research results to persons not skilled in
fisheries science. At least three years of professional supervisory
experience managing a fishery resource program.
Application Deadline: 07/17/2000 5:00pmPosting ID: 13093 How to Apply: All
application must be made in writing consisting of a cover letter making
reference to this particular announcement and a current resume with
references sent to:Peter Burke, Personnel OfficerDepartment of Fisheries,
Wildlifeand Environmental Law Enforcement251 Causeway StreetRoom 463Boston,
Massachusetts 02114-2151Telephone #: (617) 348-4096Fax #: (617) 348-4097All
cover letters and resumes must be received here no later than 5:00 P.M.
Monday July 17,2000.
Affirmative Action Officer: Mr. Peter Burke, (617) 727-1614

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