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Subject: [fwd] job opening: Mathematical Statistician
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 12:17:35 -0700
This is forwarded from another list.  Please contact Chris Wilson 
 206-526-6435) for details.

Position: Mathematical Statistician
Location:  NOAA Fisheries, Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, Washington
Salary: $54,471.00 - $84,868.00 U.S. citizenship is required

Major Duties: Work within field of fisheries acoustics to apply spatial 
statistical methods and other statistical analyses to acoustic-trawl survey 
data and conduct experiments related to acoustic-survey research needs. 
Position is mixture of independent projects and collaborative work with staff.  
Research is designed to quantify sources of uncertainty and bias in 
acoustic-survey estimates of abundance and distribution of living marine 
resources. An initial project will be to develop a comprehensive statistical 
model that includes terms to describe these various sources of uncertainty and 
bias.  Another project will be to participate in a multi-year project to 
compare acoustic-trawl survey performance of a new, large, noise-quieted 
research vessel with other conventional research vessels.  Research projects 
are expected to result in publications in scientific literature.  Strong 
credentials in applied statistical design and analysis required. Advanced 
degree highly desirabl

Closing Date: 20 October 2006

To Apply: Vacancy Announcement and application instructions at , keyword search for Vacancy Number: NMF-AKC-2006-0078. 
  For additional information contact Chris Wilson  
206-526-6435).  Department of Commerce is an equal opportunity employer.
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