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Preliminary chart production. ¦

Vessel mobilization and de-mobilization.

Education and Experience:

B.A/B.Sc. or higher in geology, oceanogra- phy, marine engineering, or related field.

Interest and experience in oceanographic processes and data analysis a plus.

Experience with data processing and/or car- tography is advantageous.

Company: Pioneering research and proven development of advanced technology make

Fugro Seafloor Surveys, Inc. (FSSI) an indus- try leader. Our expert technical team offers a wide range of skills used to develop cost- and time-effective solutions for specific projects.

Carrie Higley-Krowka

Fugro Seafloor Surveys, Inc. 2727 Alaskan Way - Pier 69

Seattle, WA 98121 USA

Phone: 206-441-9305




Job Location: USA, MA Marion

Growing company in the field of operational oceanography seeks an IT Professional

Horizon Marine, Inc. seeks an IT professional to support a team of oceanographers.

Horizon Marine has been providing oceano- graphic data collection and analysis services to the offshore industry since 1982. The staff member has primary responsibility for managing the company's desktop, server, database, network, and communications infra- structure.

Required Experience/Education:

B.S. in physical or computing sciences;

System administration; and

SQL, Matlab, Javascript, and PHP application development.

Desired Experience or Interests:

GIS application development;

Marine sciences, weather forecasting, sailing

Submit resume to Horizon Marine, Inc., 15

Creek Road, Marion, MA 02738; or send via email to

James Feeney, Horizon Marine, Inc. 15 Creek Road, Marion, MA 02738 USA

Phone: (508) 748-1860,Fax: (508) 748-1525





Job Location: USA, DC Washington

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) seeks a policy analyst to work as part of a team of analysts in the CRS Resources,

Science, and Industry Division. Duties include preparing objective, non-partisan analytical studies and descriptive and background reports on issues of national or international significance; providing personal consultation and assistance to congressional committees,

Members, and staff on public policy issues throughout the legislative process; and plan- ning and participating in or leading team research projects and seminars.

This position is being offered at the GS-14 level ($91,407 - $118,828); promotion poten- tial is to the GS-15 level ($107,521- $139,774). To apply online (preferred), visit or call (202) 707- 5627 to request an applicant job kit. Please refer to vacancy #060125 in all correspon- dence. Applications must be received by May 31, 2006. CRS is the public policy research arm of the U.S. Congress and is fully commit- ted to workforce diversity.

Shaunetta Workman

Congressional Research Service 101 Independence Avenue, SE

Washington, DC 20540

Phone: 202-707-6324




Job Location: USA, WA Seattle

General Position Summary: The responsibility of the Marine Technician involves a wide range of specialized technical skills regarding

FSSI engineering, navigation and technical administration, to include assembly, opera- tion, repair, maintenance, and mobilization/demobilization of the company's survey equipment. The incumbent also pro- vides technical support on survey system development projects.

Education and Experience: ¦

Two years of college or technical school preferred. ¦ 5+ years experience in a technical disci- pline involving troubleshooting and mainte- nance. ¦

Seagoing experience preferable, however not necessary.

Carrie Higley-Krowka

Fugro Seafloor Surveys 2727 Alaskan Way - Pier 69

Seattle, WA 98121 USA

Phone: 206-441-9305




Job Location: USA, MA Pocasset

Hydroid, the leading producer of autonomous underwater vehicles, seeks a highly qualified,

BSME or equivalent, mechanical engineer to support both new development and manufac- turing efforts. Qualifications include more than five years of experience in the design of

Organised by:

In partnership with:

The ocean technology training and procurement forum

National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK • 27–29 March 07

Hosted by:

A hands-on ocean technology exhibition incorporating in-classroom and on-water demonstrations and training sessions

For information on reserving your exhibition stand and training sessions:

Contact Versha Carter

Telephone +44 (0)1453 839228


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