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YOUR FIRED - "Canned" or just a Shake-Up?
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2017, 07:16:21 AM »

BUSTED Again?? 

WRAL pursued NCDMF seeking answers to the many alleged  deficiencies levied by NC's Voting Anglers regarding the agencies administration of the CRFL Fund...  DMF, deflected, denied and out right "Lied". 

Yes, the Division of Marine Fisheries told you and WRAL a Big Fat "Lie"! 

But - Did the wrong office just get "Gutted", Canned or just Shook-Up?

Or did someone just take the sword for the "Dip'u'Dee" Director "Dee Lupton??

You Decide...

Grants Program Manager

$38,748.00 - $104,126.00 Annually

Carteret County, NC

Job Type
Permanent Full-Time

Dept of Environmental Quality

Job Number
17-06516 DMF60032666

10/8/2017 5:00 PM Eastern

Description of Work
Salary Grade Equivalent 73 -

Recruitment range $38,748 - $57,281

The Business Officer serves as the division's Grants Program Manager. 

The primary purposes of this position are to maintain the eligibility of the NC Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) and the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for participation in Federal Grant programs, to implement the state grant program of Coastal Recreational Fishing License (CRFL), and to ensure the Commercial Fishing Resource Fund (CFRF) program runs efficiently and effectively.

This position is responsible for the Division's Federal Grant budget planning, formulating Federal Grant program plans, and coordinating DMF projects with other agencies and private groups by formulating and administering grants and contracts as needed.  The CRFL grant program implementation involves supervising the daily activities that ensure a smooth flow of operations and other procedures.  The CFRF program requires this position to conduct all administrative functions, including but not limited to serving as liaison to a funding committee as well as the Marine Fisheries Commission.  This position is responsible for all the daily activities that ensure a smooth flow of operations pursuant to the North Carolina General Statute (N.C.G.S.) ยง 113-173.1, and other procedures established and adopted by the NC Marine Fisheries Commission.
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