[ES_JOBS_NET] Great Plains Landscape Conservation Cooperative - Science Coordinator Position

Aparna Bamzai aparna at ou.edu
Fri Dec 2 08:57:19 MST 2016

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Fish and Wildlife Biologist (Great Plains LCC-Science Coordinator)


Science Applications Division

Albuquerque, NM OR Norman, OK


*Open: 12/01/16    Close: 12/07/16*



The incumbent plays a key role in collaboratively developing, maintaining,
and advancing a strategic, landscape oriented, partnership-driven approach
to integrated fish, wildlife and natural resource conservation by
initiating, facilitating, integrating, coordinating, and communicating the
LCC's work and activities.

National and International Coordination: Ensures landscape conservation
efforts are coordinated across geographic areas and other boundaries;
collaborates within a seamless national network of LCCs.

Science and Technology Support: Provides scientific and technical expertise
and coordination support in progressively refining the scientific and
technical underpinning of fish and wildlife conservation strategies and
plans for species of priority for the Great Plains area.

Biological Planning: Facilitates scientific expertise and provides
leadership in developing and refining the biological foundation underlying
fish and wildlife conservation strategies and plans.

Conservation Design: Provides leadership for development and refinement of
conservation plans that integrate biological goals and objectives
established for different species groups, and that apply and integrate
geospatial information; different management practices, and/or different
ecological functions and processes.

Conservation Delivery: Works in collaboration to support the integration of
cooperative-based outputs from biological planning and conservation design
such as spatially explicit decision support tools into existing projects
and programs among organizations, agencies, and partnerships in the
assigned geography.

Partnership Development and Coordination: Through well-developed
interpersonal communication skills and expertise, provides leadership in
creating, guiding, facilitating, and nurturing an interdependent network
among the State conservation agencies, sister bureaus in the Department of
Interior, and Service programs as well as other agencies, organizations,
and partnerships sufficient to support the iterative, interagency
application of the SHC Framework.
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