The Invasive Species Coordinator (Coordinator) of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS) will serve under the guidance and supervision of the Executive Director and will have supervisory responsibilities. The Coordinator is responsible for implementing an Invasive Species Tribal Engagement and Capacity Building Project to engage Tribes for input on invasive species concerns and representing Tribal interests in national initiatives and organizations. The Coordinator will be responsible for providing technical assistance to the NAFWS members and member Tribes with an emphasis on invasive species (aquatic, terrestrial plant and/or animal) management. This is a full-time term position, not to exceed 2 years with a possibility of extension with further funding. The Coordinator

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