The Office of Conservation Planning Services (OCPS) is seeking a fish and wildlife professional to lead and administer its Land Use Planning Program (LUP). This position is a statewide program administrator that supervises three biological administrators who each have teams of biological scientists that provide fish and wildlife-related technical assistance to private landowners statewide.  This position requires an in-depth understanding of fish and wildlife ecology and management needs, as well as a practical knowledge of native habitat management and recovery techniques suited to Florida landscapes. Candidates may be expected to demonstrate their proficiency in technical writing during the interview process. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of supervisory and administrat

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