As a Fish and Wildlife Administrator, you will have significant managerial, leadership, and advocacy responsibility for programs, issues, and policies relative to the protection of fish and wildlife resources within an assigned program or geographic area. Responsibilities include the implementation of national policies related to the conservation, protection, and management of fish and wildlife resources; providing effective leadership, direction, and coordination in the development and execution of high-priority science activities; accountability for an assigned broad programmatic, extremely sensitive and complex project, or large multi-state geographic area; and the achievement of goals and objectives carried out by subordinate staff, project leaders and/or teams through line ma

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