Director, Federal Lands Program leads Defenders of Wildlife’s work to increase wildlife habitat protections and advance imperiled species recovery on federal lands, including the National Wildlife Refuge System, the National Forest System, and the National System of Public Lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).  The Director is responsible for effectuating Defenders’ conservation mission on federal public lands in accordance with our strategic plan. The position directs the program’s multi-faceted strategies to defend and secure new conservation protections, initiatives, policies and laws for at-risk species on federal lands. Responsibilities include supervising Federal Lands Program staff members; working closely with federal land management agencies to impro

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