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NOAA Liaison to the Long Island Sound Study

The NOAA Liaison to the Long Island Sound Study position has been 
announced. See _http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/307516800_

The individual selected for this position will:

- Serve as a liaison to the EPA Long Island Sound Study (LISS).
- Work on a variety of science advisory and coordination activities with 
a special focus on the living marine resources for which the National 
Marine Fisheries Service is responsible.
- Provide scientific expertise and perspective to the LISS process, 
especially coordinating the research effort supported by the program.
- Translate research results into program actions.
- Assisting in the communication of scientific and management advances 
implemented by the LISS.
- Accomplish work group organization and reporting, research grant 
administration, and general science coordination and provide results to 
the LISS and NEFSC leadership.

This position will be co-located in the National Marine Fisheries 
Service (NMFS), Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC), Aquaculture 
& Enhancement Division, located in Milford, CT, and the EPA Long Island 
Sound Office in Stamford, CT. It is a term appointment for two years, 
with possible extension for an additional two year. *Please note that 
the closing date to apply for the position is Friday, January 27.***

Contact if you have any questions.
Mark A. Tedesco, Director
EPA Long Island Sound Office
Government Center, Suite 9-11
888 Washington Blvd.
Stamford, CT 06904-2152
Phone: 203-977-1541
Fax: 203-977-1546
email: tedesco.mark@epa.gov
URL: www.longislandsoundstudy.net

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