The NC Wildlife Resources Commission is hiring a new Wildlife Diversity (Non-Game Wildlife) Coordinator (full details here):
This position is critical to accomplishing the Commission’s goals of conserving nongame fish and wildlife populations and habitats, and will serve as the Commission representative on matters related to the Agency’s Wildlife Diversity Program, including serving as programmatic liaison for the Commission’s Habitat, Nongame & Endangered Species Committee and North Carolina Nongame Wildlife Advisory Committee.
He/she It is responsible for the supervision of program biologists and administration of all program activities, including long and short-range planning, coordination, administration and supervision of nongame programs as they pertain to statewide, regional, and national efforts. This includes coordinating with Division of Wildlife Management and Division of Inland Fisheries staff as appropriate in development of project work plans, funding, operating budgets, species and habitat management plans, and other resource programs dealing with wildlife populations and the citizens of North Carolina.
The Wildlife Diversity Coordinator also contributes significantly to revising, implementing and evaluating the N.C. Wildlife Action Plan and helps to ensure that program and agency projects and actions are consistent with the goals, objectives, and strategies identified in the plan.Overall responsibilities include planning (20%); inter- and intra-agency/division coordination (30%); organizing, directing, and evaluating work (20%); personnel supervision (10%); and program administration and financial management (20%).