|Title||MARINE AND FISHERIES BIOLOGISTS|
|Agency, Location||NAVFAC NW|
|Salary||Positions are General Series (GS) 12 level, salary range $74,896 – $97,370 per year|
**Recruitment or relocation incentives may be offered depending on funding availability**
The Navy team offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and protect our freedoms. Our work is exciting and dynamic in support of various types of projects. The Department of the Navy provides competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and professional development and training. These positions are located in Silverdale, Washington, one hour west of Seattle, and are part of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Northwest (NAVFAC Northwest). NAVFAC Northwest is a complex, multi-mission team where Civil Engineer Corps officers, civilians and contractors work together as engineers, architects, contract specialists, environmental planners, scientists, biologists and professionals to plan, construct, sustain, and repair the Navy’s infrastructure at shore facilities and provide support to the fleet for Navy operations. Our geographic area of responsibility covers eleven states; Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota.
NAVFAC Northwest has openings for experienced Marine Fisheries Biologists to work on the Natural Resources team. These positions require preparation of supporting documentation under various federal laws, such as, Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act and Essential Fish Habitat, as well as reviewing and providing input on NEPA documents. Biologists prepare biological assessments, Incidental Harassment Authorization applications, Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans and other federally required documents to support the Navy’s environmental stewardship mission. These positions also lead, conduct, or participate in natural resources surveys and studies in the Navy Region Northwest area. There is a wide variety of project work available and many professional opportunities to explore. Need someone with habitat management experience and strategic decision analysis skills.
To apply for these positions or for more information, please contact Ms. Mary Anderson at [email protected]. Please include “Marine Biologist”in the subject line of your email.