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Saltwater is looking for a person to join our EM team as a full-time Fisheries IT & Data Management Specialist. The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with strong information technology skills, interest in fisheries science, organized, resourceful, adept at creative problem-solving, and a team player who excels in a dynamic environment. The successful applicant will work with a technical mentor to ensure a smooth onboarding process.
The West Coast Groundfish Observer Program's (WCGOP) primary goal is to collect information on the discard of West Coast groundfish from commercial fishing vessels. This information is used to assess the total mortality of a variety of groundfish species. WCGOP debriefers are vital to the success of the WCGOP. Debriefers train, provide support, and act as mentors to the observers. They are also a key component in the data QA/QC process.
The Data Management Specialist 2 (Natural Science) will assist the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's (AFSC) Fisheries Monitoring and Analysis Division (FMA) with data management. The job duties of this position will be to assess, track and ensure that data collected by fisheries observers meets data quality standards.
With this advertisement, we invite suitable candidates to apply for the position of Project Manager: ABALOBI eCDT & Digital Marketplace Implementation in the Seychelles. As we have expanded our work in the Seychelles we are eager to bring in a passionate individual who can lead the next phase in our growth in the country in collaboration with Seychellois artisanal and small-scale fishers. The primary focus of the position will be implementing and growing the LANSIV-ABALOBI project in collaboration with small-scale and artisanal fishers on Mahe Island. It is important to note that this role will involve both management responsibilities, such as developing work plans and managing contractors, as well as on-the-ground practical implementation activities, such as working with fishers to pack and deliver seafood orders.
Lynker is looking to hire a Fisheries Observer Data Debriefer to support collection of data by the Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC), Fisheries Sampling Branch's (FSB), NEFOP, ASM, and IFS as required by the Northeast Region's fishery management plans and as mandated by the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act and the Sustainable Fisheries Act.
The Data Debriefer will work closely and cooperatively with the FSB to provide timely review of trip data as well as applying codes to data fields as necessary prior to passing paper logs to data entry clerks for keypunching or prior to flagging trip data requiring review by data auditors.
We are looking for a highly motivated and independent individual to join the Echospace group at the University of Washington to conduct research at the intersection of fisheries/ocean acoustics and machine learning.
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