This position is a Deputy Project Leader/Refuge Manager based at Midway Atoll NWR. Midway Atoll NWR is one of the most unique and challenging refuge management positions in the national wildlife refuge system. Midway Atoll NWR is recognized as globally important for breeding seabirds, and for its historic and cultural significance. It is also home to Henderson Field, an FAA emergency stop airport for transpacific flights. As a Wildlife Refuge Manager at Midway Atoll the Deputy Project Leader will manage aspects of running an airfield, a robust biological program, Battle of Midway National Memorial, and the logistics of supporting a population of ~50 residents that are a mix of FWS employees, volunteers, interns, and contractors of various nationalities.

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