You will be joining a team of passionate public servants who work across a broad network of local wetlands and shorelands administrators and grant partners. You will get to work and build relationships with various partners, including tribes, local governments, non-profits, and state and federal agencies. This is a great opportunity to use creative and solution-oriented problem solving skills to protect and restore Washington’s wetlands and shorelands in the Southwest Region. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to establish and maintain important professional relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, become proficient in the analysis of land use proposals to make regulatory decisions, and refine the ability to communicate complex permitting and scientific

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