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Background: IAP World Services, Inc. has an excellent opportunity for Dockside Sampling Fisheries Biologists to perform contract work for the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). This position is located Galveston, TX. This position needs to be filled immediately and is temporary ending on October 3, 2014. IAP World Services is the on-site technical services contractor and supports NOAA/...
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Posted Thu 23rd January
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