USFWS is seeking one talented person to manage two refuges, San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge and Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge. These two refuges focus on conservation and recovery of endangered and threatened species, including endangered light-footed Ridgwayâ€™s rail, California least tern, least Bellâ€™s vireo, and salt marsh birdâ€™s-beak and threatened western snowy plover. The San Diego Bay NWR hosts open bay waters, native and restored salt marsh and uplands habitats, including salt evaporation pond levees, on about 2,620 acres. The Tijuana Slough NWR, part of the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, conserves about 1,072 acres of estuary and salt marsh, beach and dunes, and willow riparian habitats, in a high-profile location with many international border issues. Endangered and threatened birds and plants, thousands of migratory waterbirds and songbirds, and many other native species live in the midst of a highly urbanized coastal environment despite the conservation challenges.
Please see the attached job description or visit the website for more information: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/718625500
Starts: April 25, 2023 0:00am
Ends: May 01, 2023 0:00am