UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZ
and the National Marine Fisheries Service
The Institute of Marine Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz and the National Marine Fisheries Services' Landscape
Ecology team seek a GIS/Spatial Analyst to assist with studies of river, ocean and terrestrial habitats, conducting basic and applied research on the ecology of anadromous fish that spawn in California. The selected candidate will assist in conducting field and modeling studies to investigate how the structure and dynamics of the physical environment (including climate) act to control the distribution and abundance of anadromous fish and the communities to which they belong. Additionally, the selected candidate will conduct research through the employ of quantitative methods and techniques, especially spatial data analysis using Matlab, R/S-Plus, and ArcGIS or equivalent, and will be expected to formulate and carry out original research, and disseminate scientific results through publications and other venues.
RANK: Assistant Specialist 1 - Associate Specialist 4
SALARY: $38,952 to $58,224 annually, title and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience
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