Quivira National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1955 to provide and protect vital habitat for migratory waterfowl in the Central Flyway.  It's 22,135 acres feature a unique combination of rare inland salt marsh and sand prairie.  Many opportunities exist for the visitor to explore this oasis of the Great Plains. For more information about Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, please visit https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Quivira/. Work Schedule: Duties will primarily be carried out Monday - Friday Bi-weekly totals should not exceed 80 hours.  A flexible work schedule may be required, which could involve work performed outside of normal work hours including on weekends and/or holidays.  Time off may be granted and requests should be di

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