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NFWF job opportunity

Posted by on in Gulf Opportunities

Our friends at the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation asked us to share that they have an opening for Fisheries Conservation program manager in their DC office, "a key member of the Marine and Coastal Conservation team and will manage the implementation of the Foundation’s sustainable fisheries programs including, but not limited to the Fisheries Innovation Fund, Electronic Monitoring and Reporting grant program, and the Oceanic Fish Restoration Project." Go to the on-line job description for details and how to apply.

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Andy Shepard is former director and advisor for the Gulf of Mexico Research Collaborative (www.gomurc.org).  Previous experiences include: National Undersea Research Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, as Science Director, marine operations specialist, chief scientist on undersea expeditions, and Center Director (2004-2008); 2008-2011-- Associate Director, Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research and Technology at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, Fort Pierce, FL.  His research interests include: advanced undersea research technologies for ocean ecosystem studies; research, monitoring and management of benthic habitats and associated living resources; and assessment of fishing gear performance and environmental impacts.
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