What you will be doing:  This position serves as the statewide Threatened, Endangered, and Diversity Program (TED Program) Leader, which consists of 10 professional staff working across the state of Alaska. The position helps guide the program’s research and conservation efforts on species of concern and coordinates the State of Alaska’s work on issues involving the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA). A key goal of this position is to direct science and conservation needs for species of concern and address conservation challenges before species become highly imperiled. The position simultaneously juggles the relatively quick pace of ESA issues with the longer-term needs of research and conservation projects. The incumbent will create and maintain partnerships with

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