Do you like working with people and wildlife? Are you interested in helping the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) conserve gray wolves? CDFW's Wildlife Diversity Program (WDP) is seeking a qualified applicant to assess and plan for gray wolf recovery under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA). The position will be located in West Sacramento and the successful applicant will work closely with staff from CDFW's Regional offices and its Wildlife Health Lab. The position will also work closely with external experts, private landowners, non-governmental organizations, and tribal, state, and federal land managers to assess and conserve gray wolves. This position requires education and experience in wildlife biology with an emphasis on wolves and/or carnivores, experience

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