Land Use Planning Program Supervisor (Bio Admin II)

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Tallahassee (or other FWC office)
Job Category
Full time Positions
$2,119.23 bi-weekly + benefits
Start Date
Last Date to Apply
The Office of Conservation Planning Services (OCPS) is seeking a fish and wildlife professional to assist with the administration of the Land Use Planning Program (LUP). This supervisory position will supervise six staff within the office that provide fish and wildlife-related technical assistance to private landowners and environmental review agencies statewide. This position requires an in-depth understanding of fish and wildlife ecology and management needs, as well as a practical knowledge of native habitat management and recovery techniques suited to Florida landscapes, and the ability to demonstrate their proficiency in technical writing . The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of supervisory and administrative experience in addition to experience with land management, species management, habitat restoration, and a working knowledge of regulatory and permitting processes that affect land uses. ork includes project review and assistance ahead of regulatory processes; review and comment on regulated activities that have potential to impact fish and wildlife resources; assisting applicants, local governments, and permitting agencies in identifying and offsetting impacts to fish and wildlife; providing written technical assistance; and providing written agency positions as part of regulatory reviews. This position will also focus on reducing impacts to Florida’s imperiled species, reducing habitat fragmentation, and reducing the potential for human-wildlife conflict, including identification of project mitigation that contributes to landscape level conservation objectives.
Years of Experience Desired: 3+ Education: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in a life or physical science; Master’s degree preferred
Contact Person
Josh Cucinella
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