The Wildlife Policy Specialist will promote NWF’s wildlife and restoration priorities and will represent NWF in meetings and communications with decision-makers, the media, donors, and coalition partners, as well as in public meetings, hearings, and conferences. This position can be remote along the Gulf Coast, ideally in the Tampa Bay Region or in New Orleans where NWF has an office.

Principal Duties (major areas of responsibility)

  • 50% -- Wildlife Science and Policy. Identify key issues related to the health of Gulf wildlife, with emphasis on: species or populations especially dependent on healthy Gulf ecosystems; threatened, endangered or imperiled wildlife populations; keystone species; and iconic species that help raise public awareness for NWF priorities. I

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