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Subject: PIFSC seeking a Bioacoustician (Interdisciplinary Research Ecologist/Research Oceanographer)
From: Erin Oleson - NOAA Federal <>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 23:51:11 +0000
NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center is seeking applicants for an Interdisciplinary Research Ecologist/Research Oceanographer to serve as a Cetacean Acoustician in the Cetacean Research Program.  The position is at the PIFSC lab in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The position has the following duties:
- Lead and coordinate passive acoustics research that supports cetacean stock assessment, including evaluation of occurrence, abundance, stock structure, and human impacts.
- Conduct multi-variate statistical analyses to understand the relationship between cetacean occurrence and behavioral, environmental or anthropogenic factors.
- Identify appropriate passive acoustic instrumentation, algorithms, and data processing approaches for detection, classification, and localization of cetaceans across a broad range of geographic and temporal scales.
- Draft manuscripts for peer-reviewed publication and reports of research findings for scientific or regulatory needs.

This is a Federal position within NOAA Fisheries. U.S. Citizens and Nationals are eligible to apply. 

Please check out the full advertisement on for additional information. Status candidates may also apply through separate announcement here. The application period closes July 15, 2016.

Erin Oleson
Leader, Cetacean Research Program
Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center
NOAA Fisheries

Mailing address:
1845 Wasp Blvd., Building 176
Honolulu, HI 96818
(808) 725-5712

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