Conservation Scientist, Sustainable Fisheries Initiative ~

22 de julio de 2008

Conservation Scientist, Sustainable Fisheries Initiative

New England Aquarium
Boston, MA, USA

Incumbent will oversee all activities related to wild fisheries
research and tool development to inform corporate client needs and
interests. You will also develop and direct the creation of a new
fisheries improvement program that interfaces with corporate advisory
program. Some responsibilities include: supervise and motivate wild
fisheries research staff; participate in sales and promotional
meetings with potential clients to provide professional expertise;
develop goals and strategies for corporations to address key seafood
sustainability issue areas in coordination with the program
leadership team; lead strategy development for building a new
fisheries improvement program and lead the implementation of such a
program; represent research initiatives and findings at professional
meetings and conferences as needed, publish findings of research and
fishery improvement projects in applicable journals; manage the
financial well-being of the fisheries improvement program including
budget development and tracking, and fundraising. Graduate degree in
fisheries-related research or management (PhD preferred) required.
Position open until filled. For questions about this job posting
please contact Mike Tlusty, Ph.D. at To apply send
resume and cover letter to contact:

Human Resources
New England Aquarium
Central Warf

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