The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory located in Palisades, New York, is seeking a Senior Staff Associate II/Marine Operations Manager to oversee and administer shorebased and at-sea operations of the Research Vessel R/V Langseth reporting to the Research Scientist/Director, Office of Marine Operations. Prepares ship operations research grant proposals and proposal budgets with OMO Financial Administrator. Directly supervises the Asst. Marine Operations Manager, 2 ship's Masters and 2 Chief Engineers and other crew as required. Represent OMO to related national and field specific organizations as required by Sr. Research Scientist/Director, OMO. Will serve as co-Principal Investigator on research grants.
Duties and Responsibilities Include: - Oversees management of ship operations group. Works collaboratively with OMO Sr. Research Scientist/Director, OMO and other OMO managers who are responsible for administrative services, science project coordination, and shipboard technical services. Responsible for overall fiscal oversight, research grant proposals and budget design for ship operations group. Responsible for maintaining budgets for ship operations and for ensuring compliance with award terms and conditions. Works closely with the Financial Administrator to track and record expenditures. Coordinates with staff to ensure all necessary documentation and inventory systems for property and equipment are kept up to date. Prepares and submits periodic reports to the National Science Foundation (NSF) regarding Finance, Safety, Property, Staffing and Travel. - Develops and promotes policies and practices intended to insure a
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