Looking for a great job working in one of the
nicest spots on the planet, among a large community
of Fisheries Professionals? If so, here's your chance! The Alaska Department of Fish and Game,
Division of Sport Fish is recruiting for one Full-Time Biometrician I/II in either the Anchorage
or Juneau (Douglas) office. This position is administratively in the Research and Technical
Services group of the Division of Sport Fish, and offers a rare opportunity to provide biometric
support to a diverse array of projects.
This job vacancy is being recruited at BOTH
the Biometrician I AND II level in separate
recruitment bulletins within Workplace Alaska. Only one vacancy exists and only one job
will be filled.
Here is what the job entails:
is responsible for ensuring the biometric quality and planning for about
to fifteen percent of the research projects in the Division of Sport Fish. Although
specific assignments vary from year to year -- the operational plans involve research
utilizing a wide variety of statistical techniques and methodologies: for example: fish
abundance estimation using mark-recapture methodology, coded-wire tag applications
in salmon, creel survey of recreational anglers, public surveys, population
dynamic-modeling, AND MORE!!!
Examples of operational
plans for the Division are available for your review for 2003
What's in store
if you were involved in producing these operational plans? Good
question --- you'd have to make sure that research projects and plans are technically
sound and timely, which involves:
guiding biologists toward a definition of what kind and quality of information
for sound management of recreational fisheries;
selecting proper sample surveys or experimental designs to provide accurate estimates
or valid tests;
determining sample sizes to provide the desired level of precision and accuracy, or the
necessary power to detect significant differences associated with statistical tests;
cooperatively working with project leaders in the development of biometrically sound
conducting data analysis, report development, are aspects of the job as
well. On-site field inspections occur on an as needed basis.
If this job sounds like your dream position --- Don't delay-apply TODAY!
Application must be made with an Applicant
Profile at http://workplace.alaska.gov/, and with Job
Qualification Summaries at: <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns =
I - http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/RTS/Biometrics/Biometrician_I.htm
Biometrician II - http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/RTS/Biometrics/Biometrician_II.htm
or by calling 800-587-0430 Statewide or 907-465-4095/4430
in Juneau for a hard copy
application. These forms, on-line or hard copy, must be received no later than 5:00 p.m.,
September 10, 2004, at the Department of Administration, Division of Personnel, PO Box
110201, Juneau, AK 99811-0201. Fax: 907-465-2576.
The State of Alaska is an equal employment opportunity employer and supports workplace diversity. Individuals requiring accommodation call 800-587-0430 V/800-770-8973 TTY/TDD (Relay Alaska).
For more information, contact Allen Bingham
at (907) 267-2327 or via e-mail