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8 de julio de 2011

Interdisciplinary Geneticist or Fish Biologist

Agency/Location: U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Longview, WA

Responsibilities: Takes the lead in genetic data collection, analysis,
and report writing for a variety of projects working with different fish
species and genetic analysis methods (e.g. to address questions of
population structure, population assignment, and species and sex
identification). Provides overall technical coordination and uses genetic
methods to estimate the relative reproductive success of hatchery and
natural origin Pacific salmon in the wild. Performs statistical analyses
and generates graphical representations of study results, and incorporates
these data into written reports, scientific publications, and oral
presentations.

Qualifications: Master¢s degree or equivalent work experience. Extensive
work experience in: the principles, theories, and techniques of molecular
and population genetics in order to determine pedigree relationships based
on multi-locus genotypic data; genetic analytical and statistical
techniques for determination of parentage, genetic variation within and
among populations, population assignment, population structure, and hybrid
status; and demonstrated oral and written communications skills.

Salary: $47,448.00 - $61,678.00 /year (GS-9 on the Federal pay schedule).

Closing Date: July 29, 2011

Contact: USAJOBS at http://www.usajobs.gov. USFWS, Abernathy Fish
Technology Center web site: http://www.fws.gov/aftc. Applicants MUST
follow the application process described in the vacancy announcement to
receive consideration. Below is the link to the full text job opportunity
announcement.

Interdisciplinary Fish Biologist (Genetics), GS-0440/0482-09, VIN
FS-484722-KB11

Denise Hawkins
Regional Geneticist
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Abernathy Fish Technology Center
1440 Abernathy Creek Rd.
Longview, WA, 98632
Phone: (360)425-6072 x339
Fax: (360)636-1855
e-mail: Denise_Hawkins@fws.gov

Denise_Hawkins@fws.gov

Agency/Location: U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Longview, WA

Responsibilities: Takes the lead in genetic data collection, analysis,
and report writing for a variety of projects working with different fish
species and genetic analysis methods (e.g. to address questions of
population structure, population assignment, and species and sex
identification). Provides overall technical coordination and uses genetic
methods to estimate the relative reproductive success of hatchery and
natural origin Pacific salmon in the wild. Performs statistical analyses
and generates graphical representations of study results, and incorporates
these data into written reports, scientific publications, and oral
presentations.

Qualifications: Master¢s degree or equivalent work experience. Extensive
work experience in: the principles, theories, and techniques of molecular
and population genetics in order to determine pedigree relationships based
on multi-locus genotypic data; genetic analytical and statistical
techniques for determination of parentage, genetic variation within and
among populations, population assignment, population structure, and hybrid
status; and demonstrated oral and written communications skills.

Salary: $47,448.00 - $61,678.00 /year (GS-9 on the Federal pay schedule).

Closing Date: July 29, 2011

Contact: USAJOBS at http://www.usajobs.gov. USFWS, Abernathy Fish
Technology Center web site: http://www.fws.gov/aftc. Applicants MUST
follow the application process described in the vacancy announcement to
receive consideration. Below is the link to the full text job opportunity
announcement.

Interdisciplinary Fish Biologist (Genetics), GS-0440/0482-09, VIN
FS-484722-KB11

Denise Hawkins
Regional Geneticist
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Abernathy Fish Technology Center
1440 Abernathy Creek Rd.
Longview, WA, 98632
Phone: (360)425-6072 x339
Fax: (360)636-1855
e-mail: Denise_Hawkins@fws.gov

Denise_Hawkins@fws.gov

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