Center/Randolph Co.-Under the direction of the Natural Resource Program Manager I (Wildlife Diversity Unit Coordinator), this position serves as the Project Leader for Lepidoptera, Odonata and Pollinator Conservation in the Wildlife Diversity Unit (WDU) of the Wildlife Resources Section with state-wide responsibilities.  This is a multi-disciplinary position that includes biological field work involving data collection and analysis, conservation education, active coordination with partners, environmental review, coordination with other state and federal agencies, and conservation activities and planning. The position develops annual work plans in support of the State Wildlife Action Plan which includes preparing job proposals, conducting surveys, research, monitoring, and recovery activit

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