Job Description:

To assist with a project to evaluate fishery economic performance of Hawaii pelagic longline fishery. Main responsibilities include conducting in-person interviews with fishery communities and gathering secondary data from reports.

Minimum Qualifications:

Must qualify and enroll in the Natural Resources and Environmental Management graduate program at UH Manoa (will consider related degrees such as Marine Biology, Geography, Economics) and have research interests in fisheries economics. Must be able to work at NOAA facility at least 8 hours a week. Must pass Federal security clearance to access NOAA facility.

Desirable Qualifications:

Demonstrated ability in interviewing; Excellent grades in natural resource economics coursework; Good database management skills (such in ACCESS, R, or Oracle); Possess a valid driver’s license.

Duration:

Begin August 19, 2019 and renewable annually pending satisfactory performance and availability of funds.

To Apply:

Send resume, contact information of two professional references, and a cover letter with your motivation and a short demonstration of how you meet the minimum and desirable qualifications to Kirsten Oleson koleson@hawaii.edu. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.