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Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council Seeks a Fishery Outreach Specialist

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is currently accepting applications for the position of Fishery Outreach Specialist.

Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Fisheries Outreach Specialist will provide a communication link between the Council and its constituents by developing the appropriate outreach and education materials pertinent to the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council's mission. The primary responsibilities of this position are to organize and conduct outreach and education via stakeholder meetings, workshops, and other events that require travel throughout the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere as needed. Also, assists in the development and review of outreach materials suitable for the public such as written summaries, articles, infographics, digital content, and audio/visual products. The Fishery Outreach Specialist will also contribute to the development and review of technical documents as assigned.

The complete recruitment announcement can be found at: http://gulfcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/Fisheries-Outreach-Specalist-Recruitment-Announcement-2019.pdf

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted through Friday, November 22, 2019

How to Apply: Your complete application package should include: 1)cover letter, 2) resume/CV, 3) professional writing sample, 4) a representative outreach product, and 5) contact information for three references. Send to:

By regular mail: By email:

Dr. Carrie Simmons Fish.Outreach@gulfcouncil.org

ExecutiveDirector

Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council

4107 West Spruce Street,Suite 200

Tampa, Florida 33607 USA

 

About Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council

The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is one of eight regional Fishery Management Councils established by the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976. The Council prepares fishery management plans, which are designed to manage fishery resources within the 200-mile limit of the Gulf of Mexico.