GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the Fisheries Science and Policy Branch Chief, this position performs highly advanced (senior-level) natural resources work.  The Aquatic Resources Permitting and Consultation Program Leader is responsible for overseeing the Inland Fisheries Division’s aquatic resources permitting functions; Kills and Spills Team response, restitution, and restoration functions; and interagency coordination on project and policy review, impact assessment, and mitigation functions.  The position manages a team of conservation ecologists and permitting specialists in the review of proposed projects, policies, and permit applications to ascertain the impacts of proposed actions on ecosystem functions; preparing and coordinating appro

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