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Ocean Associates, Inc. (OAI) is seeking four Deckhands to provide support on contract to the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Hammond Research Station in Hammond, Oregon. The deckhands will assist in boat operations associated with a pair-trawl sampling program conducted in the Columbia River estuary to evaluate the survival of tagged fish passing into the estuary. These will be full-time short-term positions for the approximate duration early April – June 28. Work will mostly be 40 hours per week with, but may occasionally exceed 40 hours with overtime paid. The work sites are near Jones Beach (river kilometer 75) and Hammond, Oregon. For more information: Deckhands
International Policy & Analysis – NMFS/International Affairs
We are seeking applicants who are experts in international policy with an emphasis in fisheries management. Qualified applicants will be kept on file and referenced first when anticipated openings arise. Please include your present commuting area, and whether you are willing to relocate if responding to this position. For more information:International Policy & Analysis
Communication Specialist - all areas
Seeking a Communication Specialist. Locations, salary and length of employment will vary due to the contract being filled. For more information: Communication Specialist
Earth Science Professionals: All levels $14-$59/hour with Excellent Benefits
Ocean Associates, Inc. provides administrative, scientific, and technical personnel to support federal and international agencies working on ocean, coastal, and freshwater natural resources, whether biological or non--biological. This advertisement is for non-biological employees at all levels. We frequently must fill positions quickly when an existing staff member departs or when we win a competitive contract to provide services.
Resumes of respondents will be evaluated and filed for review by our project managers. We will contact you when an opportunity matching your background arises.
Most worksites are at federal facilities on coasts such as regional scientific centers or offices that develop and promulgate regulations and monitor their performance.
Our employees may acquire, analyze, and manage data and publish the results; organize and conduct workshops and other meetings; facilitate decision making in a complex environment with diverse stakeholders; propose and monitor regulations; advise industry and environmental groups; and otherwise support federal natural resource agencies.
Topics may include sediment transport, habitats for living organisms, climate change impacts, pollution, satellite and buoy data systems, research planning and evaluation, water chemistry, groundwater supply and condition, and other areas of physical science and technology.
Applicants for non-clerical positions must have education or experience in physical earth sciences such as oceanography, geology, geography, and environmental chemistry. Knowledge of GIS, laboratory and office analytical software and techniques and equipment, experience and ability to go to sea, and strong writing and presentation skills are important.
Clerical positions include receptionist, bookkeeping, arranging and accounting for travel of staff, office timekeeping, and similar duties. Experience is required and education or training is a plus.
Work may be part-time or full-time, short-term of a few months or long-term, such as five years. A benefit package is immediately available for full-time employees on a three month or longer assignment. Our benefits are in the top tier, comparable to those of federal employees.
If you wish to be considered for positions such as this please submit your resume in response. Be sure it contains:
- Work history for the past 10 years or since last full-time education.
- Previous experience in a similar position with the same or similar requirements.
- Professional references.
Please include your salary requirements, your present commuting area, and whether you are willing to relocate. We suggest you add this information, or anything else you wish us to know, to the top of your resume or a preceding page so that everything is in one document.
This page last updated April15, 2015