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    Summary

    These three Fish and Wildlife Administrator, GS- 0480-14 positions are the SE Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) Coordinator, the Gulf Science Coordinator, and a Landscape Conservation Leader. They are part of Conservation Science and Innovation program in the FWS So Atlantic-Gulf Basin Region.

    This position is also open to status candidates under announcement R4-21-11200901-IS-MP. You must apply to each announcement separately if you wish to be considered under both recruitment methods.

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    Responsibilities

    As a Fish and Wildlife Administrator your duties will include, but are not limited to, the following:

    This position is part of a dynamic team engaged in coordinating and facilitating a partnership initiative focused on planning and implementing landscape scale conservation. We are looking for individuals who can build coalitions, nurture essential relationships, identify and advance strategic goals, and embrace the challenges of complex natural resource and administrative issues.

    The successful applicants will have extensive experience working with state fish and wildlife agencies, federal natural resource management agencies, and/or conservation nonprofits and partnership organizations engaged in large scale conservation planning and implementation. We seek individuals with demonstrated abilities to work cooperatively and collaboratively with partners across diverse sectors and on a wide range of issues. The ability to engage with other leaders on matters of strategic importance is essential.

    These positions provide opportunities to exercise extensive leadership skills in inspiring others, strategic and critical thinking, articulating and tangibly advancing a vision, and encouraging innovation and creativity. Understanding, nurturing, and building trust in interpersonal relationships are keys to success in this role. Your proven ability to demonstrate these qualities will be a key determinant in the selection process.

    Gulf Science Coordinator
    Locations: Alabama: Fairhope, Daphne; Florida: Tallahassee; Georgia: Atlanta; Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lacombe; Texas: Arlington, Austin, Tyler, Clear Lake.
    This position serves a leadership role among multiple formal organizational teams engaged in coordinating and facilitating science and information focused on planning and implementing landscape scale conservation across the Gulf of Mexico. The FWS Gulf Science Coordinator provides essential leadership for networking across sectors and among partner organizations to connect lands and waters along the Southeast for the benefit of ecosystems, species, and people. We are looking for an individual who can build coalitions, nurture essential relationships, identify and advance strategic goals, and embrace the challenges of complex natural resource and administrative issues.

    Landscape Conservation Leader
    Locations: Arkansas: Conway; Kentucky: Frankfurt; Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Lafayette; Mississippi: Jackson; Missouri: Columbia; North Carolina: Asheville; Tennessee: Cookeville; Texas: Arlington, Austin, Tyler.
    This position supervises a dynamic team engaged in coordinating and facilitating planning, implementing, and evaluation at landscape scale across the Southeastern states (with a focus in Western or Appalachian states in the Southeast). The FWS Landscape Conservation leader provides essential leadership for networking across sectors and among partner organizations to connect lands and waters along the Southeast for the benefit of fish and wildlife trust species including migratory birds and their habitat.

    Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS) Coordinator
    Locations: Alabama: Fairhope, Daphne; Florida: Jacksonville, Tallahassee; Georgia: Atlanta; Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lacombe; Mississippi: Jackson; Missouri: Columbia; North Carolina: Raleigh, Asheville; South Carolina: Charleston; Tennessee: Cookeville; Texas: Arlington, Austin, Tyler.
    The SECAS Coordinator provides essential leadership for networking across sectors and among partner organizations to connect lands and waters in the Southeast for the benefit of ecosystems, species, and people. The ability to engage with other leaders at an executive level on matters of strategic importance to the initiative is essential. The successful applicant will have extensive experience working with state fish and wildlife agencies, federal natural resource management agencies, and/or conservation nonprofits and partnership organizations engaged in large scale conservation planning and implementation. We seek an individual with demonstrated abilities to work cooperatively and collaboratively with partners across diverse sectors and on a wide range of issues. The ability to engage with other leaders at an executive level on matters of strategic importance to the initiative is essential. secassoutheast.org

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    None

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/612005900. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.