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Subject: Senior scientist fisheries modeller job offer in New Zealand
From: Marine POMAREDE <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 4 Feb 2011 03:03:30 +0000

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Sorry for any cross posting. Don't hesitate to circulate 
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Dear all,

Sorry for any cross posting. Don't hesitate to circulate the information.
We have a position available at present at the New Zealand Seafood Industry 
Council for a senior scientist - Fisheries modeller / Applied statistician:

The New Zealand Seafood Industry Council represents the interests of  the New 
Zealand seafood industry.  This includes harvesting,  aquaculture, processing, 
retailing, vessel operations and fisheries  management.  The Council provides 
the industry with policy advice,  science services, training services, 
information and advocacy.
Senior Scientist - Fisheries Modeller/Applied Statistician
Utilising the resources of the world's fifth largest Exclusive  Economic Zone, 
New Zealand's seafood industry is one of the nation's key  primary industries.  
Fisheries management in New Zealand is highly  regarded internationally, and is 
supported by world class fisheries  science.

The New Zealand Seafood Industry Council (SeaFIC)  represents the generic 
interests of the New Zealand seafood industry.   Our science group works to 
ensure that the industry can rely on high  quality, credible science. The group 
plays a key role in the review of  fisheries science, the communication of 
scientific results for policy  and management use, and undertakes a range of 
innovative science  projects.

We are looking for a motivated and capable  modeller/statistician to join our 
team. Excellent quantitative skills  are essential; experience in fisheries 
modelling or a related discipline  (e.g. population modelling) is desirable. The 
ability to effectively  communicate results for policy development, operational 
management and  decision making is a further key requirement.
This varied and challenging, permanent position offers the opportunity to:
	* Work closely with industry, government and research providers integrating 
science, policy and operations 
	* Undertake  a range of relevant analyses (e.g. Bayesian stock assessment, 
strategy  evaluation, protected species and ecosystem modelling) in support of  
management decision making and policy development
	* Be part of a friendly, multi-national core group with experienced, 
international colleagues
For  further information on the NZ Seafood Industry Council please contact  
David Middleton (Chief Scientist) directly on by email, 
[log in to unmask], to discuss the position.
Applications,  including a CV, should be sent to David Middleton, NZ Seafood 
Industry  Council, Private Bag 24-901, Wellington 6142, New Zealand, by Friday 
18 February 2011.

Many thanks.
Marine Pomarede

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Senior scientist
Fisheries modeller
NZ Seafood Industry Council
Seafood Industry House
74 Cambridge Terrace
Private bag 24-901
Wellington, New Zealand

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