Fishery Program Analyst

Position Description
Will support fisheries science and policy by working with NOAA staff and the bay community to develop science synthesis and decision support products that advance ecosystem management of bay resources. Will work closely with fisheries managers in Maryland and Virginia on issues related to blue crab research and management. Expand relationships with multiple stakeholders and fishing interests to ensure shared understanding of NOAA goals and to develop strategic partnerships. Synthesize and communicate sound science to multiple stakeholder groups. Will support coordination of blue crab science and invasive catfish research and management measures. Will support implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement Sustainable Fisheries Goal Management Strategies.

Required Skills
1+ year of experience supporting a fisheries, natural resources, or marine science program. Experience working with fisheries scientists and managers to analyze research and monitoring data, coordinate across multiple state jurisdictions, and develop management recommendations. Experience working with the Chesapeake Bay Program and demonstrated proficiency writing management strategies for fisheries and habitats. Must be highly organized, extremely detailed oriented, have strong interpersonal skills, and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others and be able to communicate to all partners and staff members effectively.

Must be able to pass a background investigation to obtain a security badge to enter the applicable government facility.

BS/BA in environmental policy, ecology, biology, fisheries science, related discipline, or equivalent.

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Earth Resources Technology, Inc. (ERT)
ERT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer - All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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