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    Summary

    This position serves as the Assistant National Wildlife Program Manager located in the Washington Office for the Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air, & Rare Plants staff area.

    The position serves as one of the recognized authorities within the Agency, applies expert professional knowledge to complex and comprehensive wildlife programs and issues. The position develops the overall national wildlife management program, including formulation of strategies, policies, objectives, programs, and procedures for wildlife conservation and habitat management.

    For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Brian Logan at blogan@fs.fed.us or 703-236-0727.

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    Responsibilities

    Applies expert professional knowledge to complex and comprehensive wildlife programs and issues throughout the Agency and serves as the National Assistant Wildlife Program Manager.

    Develops the overall national wildlife management program, including formulation of strategies, policies, objectives, programs, and procedures for wildlife conservation and habitat management.

    Assists the National Program Leader with budget coordination and monitoring for the wildlife program which includes coordinating with Regional and national staffs on budget allocations; preparing budget reports.

    Represents the National Director for Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air, & Rare Plants on committees, in conferences, and at meetings involving wildlife management at the state, local, and Federal levels.

    Serves on multiple interdisciplinary teams which require collaboration with personnel inside and outside of the agency, State and Local agencies, private organizations, and other expert personnel to ensure effective identification, evaluation, and resolution of complex natural resources issues.

    Leads public meetings, education programs, and technical review committees, as required. Presents clear, concise, and well-structured oral presentations that address the designated issues.

    Develops and presents briefing packages and prepares a variety of related reports. Prepares responses to Congressional inquiries, audit reports, inspection reports, and public committees.

    Travel Required

    25% or less - Travel required for conferences, meetings, and trainings.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    13

    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    Current permanent Federal employees with competitive status, Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act, CTAP/RPL/ICTAP, VEOA, and reinstatement eligibles; Farm Service Agency permanent county employees; 30% or more disabled veterans; Individuals with Disabilities; former Peace Corps or VISTA volunteers; certain Military Spouses; and those eligible for other special Hiring Authorities.

    Questions? This job is open to 7 groups.

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    0486 Wildlife Biology

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