Job Listings

Listed below are the current openings for ASMFC and its member states. All ASMFC correspondence should include cover letter and resume and emailed to asmfcjobs@asmfc.org. Please be sure to include the vacancy announcement number in your correspondence. Resumes will be reviewed when received, and ASMFC will follow up with qualified candidates.

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  • Grants Management Specialist, NOAA Fisheries

    Post Date: Aug 15, 2019

    The Grant Management Specialist  is located within the Department of Commerce, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of Management and Budget, with one vacancy in Silver Spring, MD. This position is also announced under vacancy number NMFS-OMB-2019-0016, which is open to all US Citizens or Nationals. You must apply to both announcements if you want to be considered for both.

    As a Grants Management Specialist, you will perform the following duties:

    • Support records management activities and implement records management policies, procedures, and guidelines
    • Recognize areas where changes in regulations and policies may affect processes to award and administer grants and agreements
    • Assist in maintaining routine grant processing and calculations of overhead, budget development and cost recovery
    • Provide guidance to assigned customers, regarding the application and evaluation of  applicants and grantees

    The cosing date for appilcations is August 26, 2019. Click here for more information.

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  • NC DMF - Marine Fisheries Commission Liaison

    Post Date: Jun 10, 2019

    The Executive Assistant for Councils serves as the Marine Fisheries Commission Liaison for the Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) providing fishery policy support, managing and coordinating the activities and functions of the Marine Fisheries Commission (MFC) and serves as the principal coordinator between the division and DEQ Office of Legislative Affairs. The position interfaces with the commission chairman, division director and staff, commission counsel, division counsel, and commissioners as a source of information on fishery management issues. The position provides education and guidance on division fisheries policies, positions and processes.  This includes managing the MFC Office staff responsible for planning, preparing, and attending MFC meetings and supporting the MFC Advisory Committees (five standing regional and subject-matter committees and, at least, two fishery management plan committees for a total of at least 75 committee members).
     
    The position manages highly sensitive issues and interacts with individuals (citizens, legislators, local officials, and consultants) concerning fishery regulatory decisions and actions. This position requires a high degree of flexibility in moving from one issue to another and handling a wide variety of issues and responsibilities. This position must have thorough attention to detail and an ability to track and manage several processes simultaneously with tight deadlines.  The position must be able to process and quickly understand complex scientific material, including fisheries biology and fundamental fisheries management principles, and provide guidance on how to translate this information to a non-scientific level. The position is required to have excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
     
    This position assists the DMF in implementation of various state fisheries management mandates and serves in a consulting capacity in daily fisheries management decisions.  The employee in this position will represent the DMF director at intrastate and interagency meetings and serve on boards, committees and/or task forces and other such assignments, as needed
     
    The work schedule involves numerous night meetings and includes frequent travel. The work schedule is generally 40 hours per week, but frequent overtime is expected. The employee in this position must have the ability to work overtime and travel overnight.

    For additional information about the Division of Marine Fisheries, visit: http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/mf/home

    APPLICATION PROCESS

    To apply for this position, please click APPLY. All relevant experience must be included in the work experience section of the application to receive proper credit. Any information on an attachment or omitted from the application form will not be considered for qualifying credit. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the state application.

    Persons eligible for veteran preference must submit a copy of Form DD-214.

    DEQ uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified applicants. When a salary range is posted, the actual salary will be based on relevant competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position. The State of North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
     

    Contact:
    Traci Scarborough at 252-808-8003 or traci.scarborough@ncdenr.gov.

  • US Oceans Manager, The Pew Chaitable Trusts

    Post Date: Jan 29, 2019

    The Pew Charitable Trusts is seeking qualified applicants for the position of US Oceans Manager. The manager will be responsible for overseeing implementation of coastal habitat conservation initiatives in the U.S. Caribbean, and leading work with managers and stakeholders to establish an ecosystem-based approach to fisheries management in federal waters of the region. They will focus on advancing Pew's project goals in the regions with the Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (PR DNER), the Caribbean Fishery Management Council (CFMC), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and other decision-making bodies. The manager will report to the project director, U.S. oceans and be based in Puerto Rico.

    Job Requirements

    • Bachelor's degree required, advance degree preferred.
    • At least eight years of specialized experience in the field gained through professional education, training and professional experience, preferably in advocacy and campaign management.
    • Minimum of two plus years of previous direct supervisory experience required including experience managing performance management process for direct reports and providing career development advice and counsel.
    • Prior to commencing employment with Pew, candidates for this position who were registered to lobby in any jurisdiction must certify termination of previous registration(s) and provide copies of termination notices with said jurisdiction(s) to Pew.
    • Spanish and English language proficiency, written and spoken. 
    • Excellent written and oral communications skills, including an ease in briefly summarizing the essence of issues and means to address them.

    For more information or to apply go here.

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