Employment Opportunities

Project Administrator

Location: MRAG Americas, Inc. St Petersburg office Job description: MRAG Americas is seeking a full-time Project Administrator who has the capability of maintaining administrative duties as well as maintaining HR responsibilities to be located in our head office in St. Petersburg, Florida. Duties: Job tasks will include but not be limited to: Answering and directing […]

Chain of Custody Auditors

MRAG Americas is recruiting for two Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Chain of Custody Auditors.  The successful applicant would perform Chain of Custody audits, write reports and help maintain client relationships.  We are looking for one auditor to be based in the Pacific Northwest (Seattle / Portland area) and one in the Southern Northeast (New Bedford […]

Project Administrator

Location: MRAG Americas, Inc. St Petersburg office Job description: MRAG Americas is seeking a full-time Project Administrator to be located in our head office in St. Petersburg, Florida. The prime responsibility of our Project Administrator will be to perform personnel and accounting tasks related to our federally-funded observer programs in the northeastern US. MRAG Americas […]

Northeast Fishery Observer Position

*MRAG is currently recruiting candidates for a July training set to run from July 7th to July 27th 2015. MRAG is hiring multiple Fisheries Observers to collect data onboard domestic fishing vessels in the Northeast fisheries from North Carolina to Maine. Training classes are scheduled 2-3 times per year and consists of 15 eight hour days […]

Northeast At-Sea Monitor Positions

MRAG has contracted with NOAA Fisheries to provide At-Sea Monitors (ASMs) to collect scientific data on board domestic commercial fishing vessels operating under the Northeast Multispecies Fishery Management Plan. At-sea monitors deploy on vessels from ports as far north as Maine extending south to New Jersey. At-sea monitors are responsible for documenting vessel compliance with federal fishing […]

North Pacific Observer Program Positions

Required Qualifications All observer positions require a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 30 semester hours of biology courses to qualify for the government training. In addition, the NMFS AK Groundfish (North Pacific) program requires one course in math and one course in statistics. MRAG requires completion of a course that included […]