Marine Research Associate


The Torngat Wildlife, Plants & Fisheries Secretariat is seeking employment applications for an Anticipated Summer Intern position.

Wage: $12.65/hour
Duration: 11 weeks
Hours: 32.5 hours/week
Start Date: June 2, 2014
Location: Happy Valley - Goose Bay, NL

E-mail resume and cover letter to by May 13, 2014 at 1pm Atlantic time.

• Screening – A hiring committee will screen the applications against position requirements. Best qualified candidates will be selected for an interview. Only selected candidates will be notified.
• Interview – Selected candidates will proceed with an interview.
• Task – Interviewed candidates will be asked to provide an example of their written work.
• Reference – References on best suited candidates will be checked.
• Decision – Successful and unsuccessful interviewed candidates will be notified.

Job Description

Supervisor’s Title
• Fisheries Research Program Manager (FRPM)

Main Function
• To provide assistance with the fisheries research program of the Torngat Secretariat.

Major Duties
• Use software to analyze Labrador Inuit Knowledge interviews on Atlantic Salmon and Arctic Char.
• Prepare a final written report for Torngat Secretariat library.
• Assist the FRPM with the preparation of scientific equipment for a snow crab survey.
• Organize small events with local groups on fish and fish habitat.

• Preference given to a student currently enrolled in a post-secondary institution.

• Ability to work independently.
• Ability to write comprehensively.
• Knowledge of the Labrador Inuit Settlement Area (LISA) and renewable resources in the area.

To be considered, the applicant must meet Student Eligibility criteria as per Canada Summer Jobs program 2014, which include the following:
• Canadian citizen or entitled to work in Canada.
• Between the ages of 15 and 30 years.
• Must be a full time student and returning to school in fall 2014.

Happy Valley-Goose Bay
Newfoundland and Labrador
Aboriginal Peoples