Job Description and Duties

CDFW manages one of the largest and most biodiverse ecosystems in the nation from the Pacific Ocean to the mountains in the Sierras to the deserts in the Mojave. CDFW plays a critical role to help achieve the State’s goals for biodiversity, climate resilience, and equitable access to California’s natural wonders, including access to our 1.2 million acres of CDFW wildlife and ecological reserves. The position of Deputy Director of the Wildlife and Fisheries Division (WFD), is an exciting opportunity to serve as a member of the CDFW’s executive leadership team, providing vision, leadership, management, assessment, and strategic planning for the design and implementation of our mission.  The W

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