The Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Ecosystem Dynamics Branch will be seeking a Benthic Ecologist to work on the Great Lakes.
The incumbent must have demonstrated expertise in experimental ecology and will develop an experimental or process research program in an area such as population ecology,benthic food web interactions, community ecology, benthic-pelagic coupling, or benthic production. The individual should have demonstrated taxonomic and field experience to carry out broad-scale benthic surveys for maintenance of long-term data sets for GLERL's long-term observation program. The incumbent will collaborate with fishery ecologists and lower food web ecologists to understand functioning of Great Lakes food webs.
For further information contact: Henry.Vanderploeg@noaa.gov
The announcemnt for this full-time permanent GS-12 position with a starting salary of $74,794 will be coming soon to www.usajobs.gov. The position will be open to all U.S. citizens.