The San Francisco Bay Joint Venture (SFBJV) seeks a Conservation Program Coordinator (CPC) to join our staff in support of our partnership’s work to improve and increase habitat for wildlife in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The SFBJV is a public-private partnership involving federal, state, non-profit, and industry members. Partners include land managers, scientists, regulators, planners, engineers, public agencies, private foundations, private industry, non-profits, and advocates throughout the nine San Francisco (SF) Bay Area counties.
The SFBJV works to protect, restore and enhance habitats through project implementation and by advancing related science, policy and communication priorities to achieve the goals outlined in the SFBJV Implementation Plan. The SFBJV provides key forums to share information, discuss regional issues, identify priorities and strategies, and take action. The CPC works with other SFBJV staff and partners to provide essential tools and services to the conservation community, including project tracking, mapping, and related communications and reporting along with crafting and convening meetings and events that advance discussion and action. The CPC serves as a liaison and informational contact to partner initiatives throughout the region.
This position provides an excellent opportunity to work directly with the entire breadth of conservation practitioners across the region and is perfect for someone with strong organizational and communication skills who wants to make a measurable difference for birds, other wildlife, and their habitats.
|Deadline||Jul 29, 2022|
|Required Experience||2 – 6 years|
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About San Francisco Bay Joint Venture
Joint Ventures were originally established to address the need for conservation of waterfowl and wetlands under the North American Waterfowl Management Plan and have since broadened their focus to include habitats for all birds, consistent with major national and continental bird conservation plans and the North American Bird Conservation Initiative.
Through biologically-based actions, Joint Ventures work to ensure the existence of the diverse habitats necessary to sustain migratory bird populations for the benefit of those species, resident wildlife and the public.
Here in the Bay Area, the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture seeks to protect, restore, increase and enhance all types of wetlands, riparian habitat and associated uplands throughout the nine Bay Area counties for the benefit of birds, fish and other wildlife.