Ocean & Lakes Policy Analyst 1 - Grade 23

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Salary Information for Ocean & Lakes Policy Analyst 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Ocean & Lakes Policy Analyst 1 23 $84,156 $106,454
Ocean & Lakes Policy Analyst 2 27 $103,784 $127,830

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Job Duties

As an Ocean and Lakes Policy Analyst 1, you would assist local, regional, State, and federal agencies to integrate improved management measures for the ocean and Great Lakes into agency decision making, staffing and funding programs. You would draft and analyze legislative, regulatory and budget proposals; analyze technical reports on offshore uses and resources; track federal, regional, and State policy developments related to offshore uses and resources; develop reports, briefings, speeches, presentations and other documents; develop and implement offshore spatial use plans for sectors of the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes including: energy, offshore habitats, fisheries, waterborne transportation, navigation safety, and tourism-based economies; identify and map spatial data including ocean uses and biotic conditions; identify and develop technical requirements for projects and designs; prepare requests for proposals to obtain scientific, economic or other expertise to augment internal capacity to ensure successful outcomes; ensure effective mechanisms are developed to implement offshore spatial-use plans and engage appropriate stakeholders, including nonprofit and private sector interests, in developing use plans for the ocean and Great Lakes; develop collaborative relationships within New York and among the Mid-Atlantic states to address existing and emerging threats to ocean health; and identify and build constituencies to participate in and support new and emerging ocean policies.

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