Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 9th International Conference on Wildlife Fertility Control
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Director of Field Operations
American Wild Horse Campaign The American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC), the U.S.’s leading wild horse conservation organization, is seeking a Director of Field Operations to manage its field programs, including fertility control and habitat conservation initiatives. This is an exciting opportunity to lead and expand cutting-edge wildlife protection and management programs.
The Director of Field Operations will be responsible for overseeing and implementing expansion of AWHC’s on-range conservation and management activities. The role requires (1) an entrepreneurial spirit, (2) ability to work with diverse stakeholders and government agencies, (3) scientific fluency and ability to cultivate relationships with a network of scientific experts in relevant fields, and (4) project management skills to design, implement and oversee AWHC’s fertility control programs and habitat assessment, restoration, and improvement projects.
The Director of Field Operations is a remote position but must be located in the West, preferably in one of the 10 states where federally-protected wild horses and burros live.
This position reports to AWHC’s Executive Director.
See more at https://americanwildhorsecampaign.org/media/national-director-field-operations
Nevada State Director
American Wild Horse Campaign The American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC), the U.S.’s leading wild horse conservation organization, is seeking a Nevada State Director to manage its operations and relationships within the State of Nevada. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a dynamic team working in Nevada on groundbreaking land conservation and cutting-edge wildlife management programs.
The Nevada State Director will be responsible for overseeing AWHC’s wild horse protection and habitat conservation programs and will manage and expand AWHC’s relationships with the business community, government agencies and public officials, and allied organizations.
The Nevada State Director must live in Nevada, with a preference for the northwest Nevada area. This position reports to AWHC’s Director of Field Operations and Executive Director.
See more at https://americanwildhorsecampaign.org/apply-now-nevada-state-director
Scientific Outreach Coordinator
Wild Animal Initiative Wild Animal Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to understand and improve the lives of wild animals. We are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join our Science team. The Scientific Outreach Coordinator will lead our outreach efforts to the academic and scientific community, and support our researcher services and grant-making programs. This role is ideal for you if you are an engaging science communicator with experience organizing academic meetings and facilitating connections.
Wild Animal Initiative Wild Animal Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to understand and improve the lives of wild animals. We are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join our Science team. The Grants Coordinator will facilitate our grantmaking program and help develop science proposals to other donors.
Wild Animal Initiative Wild Animal Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to understand and improve the lives of wild animals. We are looking for talented and motivated folks to join our Science team. The Research Specialist in Physiology will conduct primarily desk-based research and metanalysis to identify research priorities in wild animal welfare science and support our research, grant-making, and services programs.
Postdoctoral fellow or Research Technician
Caltech Work on gene drive or long term vectored (AAV) based contraception
National Park Service Please distribute this announcement far and wide. THRO is advertising this position as both Merit Promotion (including Recent Graduates) and Open to All US Citizens. It is a 7/9/11 Resource Careers position, so I am hoping to attract a broad cross-section of highly qualified candidates at different career stages.
This position will lead multiple technical field operations including bison roundups, elk culling operations, and feral horse capture and contraception programs, as well as a variety of other wildlife research and management actions at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The incumbent will supervise at the GS-09 and GS-11 grades and will be responsible for managing a challenging and dynamic program that navigates a wide array of controversial human dimensions, coordinates volunteer and external partner activities, and supports scientific research aimed at informing best management practices and policy.
Interested parties may follow the links below to the announcements:
Open to all US Citizens https://www.usajobs.gov/job/650237200