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Maine New England Cottontail Restoration Coordinator

Posted August 30, 2021. Provide technical assistance and project oversight for restoration activities for New England cottontail. Initiate landowner contacts, conduct habitat assessments, and work with key partners to implement conservation measures.

  • Dates: Fully funded for 2½ years; may be renewed if funding is secured.
  • Schedule: Full time.
  • Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated ability to work with people from a variety of backgrounds; experience in working with landowners or volunteers is a plus. A willingness to motivate and inspire private, nonprofit, and public landowners to plan, organize, and implement wildlife and habitat management plans. Ability to track nonfederal match for grants and the ability to maintain categorical financial records and billable hours. Skilled in person-to-person communication and public speaking and writing. Ability to evaluate, rank and prioritize projects; demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects at once. Skilled in the use of ArcGIS, GPS, plant survey techniques, and wildlife survey techniques.
  • Compensation and Benefits: $58,000 to $63,338 annually, depending on experience. Three weeks of vacation per year, 12 paid holidays, accrued sick leave. No other benefits (e.g., health/dental insurances).
  • More Information: Download complete details.
  • Deadline: September 24, 2021


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