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Midwest Wildlife Health Coordinator
Midwest Assn. of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA) This position will involve working with the MAFWA states and provinces through its Fish and Wildlife Health Committee (75%) to assist with regional efforts and ensure strong communication and coordination with the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Fish and Wildlife Health Committee. The remaining effort (25%) of this position will focus on coordinating with the Midwest CWD Initiative leads.
Civil Engineer- Easton MD
Ducks Unlimited, Inc Position will be primarily a design engineer. Typical designs include dams, spillways, and water control structures.
Natural and Cultural Resources Manager - MacDill AFB
Akima Support Operations Manages environmental requirements associated with Natural Resources and Cultural Resources to ensure compliance with applicable Federal, state, county, DoD, and Air Force regulations. Environmental program manager responsibilities include reviewing projects/actions to evaluate and mitigate impacts to natural and cultural resources, preparing/reviewing permit application packages, interacting with regulatory agencies, contract preparation and subcontractor management, annual compliance reporting, annual management plan reviews and updates, environmental briefings to leadership, and engaging the public for natural and cultural resources training and events. Manager will work directly with embedded U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service liaison to ensure the protection of Federally listed threatened and endangered species and oversee the implementation of habitat restoration projects designed to improve threatened and endangered (T&E) species habitat. Environmental program manager will be part of a multidisciplinary team that oversees, guides and maintains all aspects of environmental compliance within the installation boundaries, which may entail supporting other program managers.
Primary Job Functions: • Manage the Natural Resources program in accordance with Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 32-7003 Integrated Natural Resources Management • Manage the Cultural Resource program in accordance with AFMAN 32-7003 Cultural Resources Management • Implement and manage the Environmental Management System in accordance with Air Force Instruction 32-7001 Environmental Management • Ensure exceptional stewardship of the natural and cultural resources within MacDill’s 5,697 acres
For more info and full position description, e-mail Jason Kirkpatrick ASAP. Applications due by 14 Apr.
Wildlife Biologist 2 - Big Game Research & Disease
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Provide direct support for big game research and big game disease activities including designing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating statewide big game projects such as movement studies, harvest information collection, population surveys, translocation, and reproduction and mortality monitoring.
Director of Conservation Programs
Mule Deer Foundation The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) is seeking an experienced leader for its successful and growing conservation program. The Director of Conservation Programs reports directly to the Chief Conservation Officer and assists in delivering the conservation mission of the MDF. The Director of Conservation Programs will lead a conservation team which delivers habitat conservation through partnership and project implementation. This is a senior-level position and will work interdepartmentally and cross functionally with other MDF senior-level staff to help secure funding and resources MDF needs to successfully accomplish its mission and objectives. A strong background partnership work and experience in managing and supervising remote field staff is preferred.
The individual work from a remote location and will be eligible for MDF’s benefits package. The individual will also work closely with the MDF staff, board, and volunteers. Light to moderate over-night travel is required.
Job Summary: The Director of Conservation (Director) position assists the Chief Conservation Officer (CCO) in leading, managing, and implementing MDF’s conservation program including the supervision of conservation staff as assigned. The Director position provides program direction (planning, technical assistance, training, and support services) to the organization in regard to conservation planning, conservation and stewardship projects, existing conservation easements, and other mission activities. This position helps to ensure that coordination is maintained with Field Operations, Development, Marketing, and other departments in developing, implementing, and celebrating mission related programs. Other major responsibilities include fundraising, budget and strategic planning, program coordination internally and externally, and organizational representation at the national level.
NASA Please visit here for pre announcement for a direct hire authority for multiple positions at NASA hq , applied sciences program. Open this week only.
Public Affairs (GS9/11)
USGS Come work for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Eastern Ecological Science Center. Two positions available. Search on USAJobs- closes 3/31 or when 75 applications have been received.
Wildlife Health Section Supervisor
Michigan Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Division See link to job posting.
Natural Resource Specialist II (Field Aquatic Biologist)
Texas Military Department Performs complex (journey-level) natural resources work for a military conservation program. Work involves designing, conducting and coordinating natural resources, monitoring investigative research, studies, inspections and natural resources surveys in wildland and urban-wildland interface. Analyzes and evaluates results of surveys, studies and military actions with regard to management needs and the impacts on natural resources. Assists with prescribed fires and oversees the aquatics and fisheries management program and invasive aquatic species management. Reports to the Natural Resources Manager and works under general supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
Deputy Administrator-Division of Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP)
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources This position assists the Division Administrator in carrying out the mission of the Division of FWP statewide. With the Administrator, direct WI’s natural resource and recreation programs, specifically Parks and Recreation Management, Natural Heritage Conservation and Office of Business Services programs. Duties include resource and recreation management, policy development, program administration, program evaluation, planning, legislative and intergovernmental liaison, and personnel and fiscal management.
Conservation Initiatives Specialist
Texas Parks & Wildlife Under the direction of the Nongame and Rare Species Program Leader, this position performs advanced (senior-level) natural resources work and is responsible for designing and implementing programs to provide for the conservation and restoration of Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) and their habitats in Texas. Provides development, coordination, planning, and maintenance related to the implementation of safe harbor agreements (SHA), candidate conservation agreements (CCA), candidate conservation agreements with assurances (CCAA), habitat conservation plans (HCP), and other voluntary conservation agreements that benefit high-priority SGCN. Coordinates with Department staff, other state and federal agencies, private landowners, and others in the formulation of habitat conservation recommendations and planning projects consistent with implementation of the Texas Conservation Action Plan. Provides training and technical guidance regarding high-priority SGCN, data needs to direct conservation efforts, and the conservation tools available for landowners that benefit SGCN to field staff, landowners, and others. Prepares and reviews reports and other technical documents. Develops and maintains highly cooperative relationships with private landowners, Department staff, governmental entities, and conservation organizations. Works under minimal supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Performs additional duties as assigned. Complies with all Agency, Division and Branch rules, regulations and procedures.
Forest Carbon Analyst
Spatial Informatics Group SIG is searching for a Forest Carbon Analyst with Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) experience who will be responsible for forest carbon accounting projects in the research field as well as carbon offsets.
Biological Science Technician
Environmental Affairs, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center This position is an excellent opportunity to support the Marine Corps mission and natural resource conservation in a beautiful desert landscape with a diverse flora and fauna.
You will serve as a BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE TECHNICIAN in the ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS DIVISION of MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER.
Duties You will assist in the development of work for the purpose of contract formalization and implementation of natural resources projects to ensure mission requirements are met and compliant with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
You will assist in conducting wildlife and vegetation surveys/studies and record wildlife activity in the field.
You will develop various bulletins, orders or briefings for publication or oral presentation.
You will assist in the preparation of in-house studies, written reports, charts, graphs, and maps for environmental assessments and impact statements, survey reports, review planning and design documentation.
You will assist in the management of natural resource projects.
State Assistant Administrator 15 - Equity and Inclusion Officer
Michigan Department of Natural Resources This position is responsible for developing and administering the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Program for the agency in alignment with the organization’s mission, strategic direction, values and goals. The position reports directly to the agency’s Director, while working closely with the Chief Administrative Officer, reflecting the significance of diversity, equity, and inclusion as one of the agency’s core values. The position serves as the leadership expert in diversity, equity, and inclusion, developing overall agency vision, policies, and priorities to ensure a sustainable, high performing organization and workforce. Position partners with Executive Office staff on agency-wide employee engagement efforts. The position will work closely with agency leadership and HR to ensure alignment between department processes, practices, and legal responsibilities, regulations and specifications. The position serves as the Equity and Inclusion Officer (EIO) responsible for complying with Executive Directive 2019-09 and Executive Directive 2019-10.
US Navy NAVFAC LANT has two positions in the marine resources branch - a marine mammal biologist and fish biologist.
Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources Position will post 3/24!
Provide effective leadership to both internal and external stakeholders regarding the retention, recruitment, and reactivation (R3) of hunters, anglers, wildlife viewers, and shooters. Lead an intra-agency team to set strategic goals and objectives for R3 that are consistent and comparable to national goals. Evaluate all Agency R3 activities to ensure that they are meeting R3 goals and objectives. Develops and conducts R3 programs including hunting, fishing, shooting sports, and other Agency related outdoor activities specifically for women and under-represented groups.