The Senior Manager, Coastal Resilience will be responsible for leading Audubon’s efforts to restore, enhance, and manage priority coastal habitats for the benefit of salt marsh-dependent bird species and to increase coastal resilience on Long Island. The position is part of the Audubon Connecticut and New York conservation team and will be based at the Theodore Roosevelt Audubon Center and Sanctuary in Oyster Bay, NY. Essential Functions
  • As part of Audubon’s Coast Program, lead the salt marsh and coastal resilience initiative in New York.
  • Establish clear program goals and objectives that address bird conservation priorities, impacts of sea-level rise, volunteer and community engagement, and financial outcomes for the coastal resilience initi

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