Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Pathways 2022: Human Dimensions of Wildlife Conference
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Section Manager - Environmental Planner 5
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Manage the Priority Habitats and Species Section, in the WDFW Habitat Program, Ecosystem Services Division. This data generating and hosting team needs an experienced manager well versed in problem solving, business analysis, and spatial data management (but not an IT expert).
Senior Forest Habitat Biologist
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife As Senior Forest Habitat Biologist, working in the Forest Habitats Section of WDFW Habitat's, Program, Ecosystem Services Division, you will be a subject matter expert in Forest Practices and Forest Health, an experienced trainer, with excellent communication and project implementation skills.
Human Dimension Research Specialist
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission - Work alongside the agency Conservation Social Science Lead to help integrate human dimension research and understanding into natural resource management and policy. - Lead and co-lead social science research projects across the entire agency - implement program evaluation tools - Design, implement, and analyze public input tools and processes to better understand constituent opinion, behaviors, and actions.
Land Use Conservation and Policy Section Manager
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife You will lead a growing team of environmental and land use planners working to influence land use planning in Washington State to protect and restore habitat vital to fish and wildlife, with salmon recovery our highest priority.
Natural Resource Economist
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife The Natural Resource Economist at WDFW serves on interdisciplinary teams to incorporate natural resource economic perspectives in the Department’s decisions, policies, and actions. Conducts, designs, and develops research on economic and fish and wildlife conservation topics, such as public and private land use, endangered species protection, ecosystem services, climate change, habitat protection and restoration, and growth management.
Human Dimensions Specialist
South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks Serve as South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks conservation social science subject matter expert with oversight of social science data needs assessment and collection, including complex survey design and administration, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, synthesis, and report writing. Lead diverse teams of agency staff (biologists, outdoor education, law enforcement, communications/marketing) to develop systematic approaches to assess customer/public satisfaction and expectations of programs or services. This position is not responsible for hunter harvest or angler/creel surveys. This position is not yet officially posted (tentative June/July timeframe), but if you're interested in knowing more, contact John Kanta, Terrestrial Section Chief at John.Kanta@state.sd.us
Social Science Specialist
Playa Lakes Joint Venture Playa Lakes Joint Venture seeks a conservation social scientist to lead a variety of applied social science research projects aimed at improving bird habitat conservation delivery across the western Great Plains. The first few years of the project will be focused on a project to understand rancher decision-making related to invasive woody plant encroachment in grasslands across western Kansas and Oklahoma.
This is a master’s level position that involves a substantial amount of travel and fieldwork while working with an awesome, collaborative team!