This is a scientific and public-facing position to facilitate volunteer and citizen science engagement while leading conservation-based projects for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. This position provides direct volunteer coordination for conservation projects (including citizen science projects), geared toward, but not limited to coastal, estuarine, longleaf pine and flatwoods habitats and species, imperiled species and conflict species in the FWC’s Northwest Region. The Regional Volunteer Program Biologist position is stationed at the Northwest Region Office in Panama City, FL. The coordinator will design, plan, implement and monitor conservation projects that use volunteers; recruit, train, and manage volunteers for these projects; and provide volunteer manage

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