|Title||Staff Scientist – Freshwater Conservation|
|Agency, Location||National Fish and Wildlife Foundation – Washington, DC|
|Categories||Apply, Permanent, Professional|
Based at the Foundation’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., the Staff Scientist – Freshwater Conservation will be a key member of the Science and Evaluation team and will work to ensure that NFWF’s conservation efforts directed at freshwater species and habitats have a robust science foundation and are designed to achieve measurable conservation outcomes.
The position is nationwide in scope and entails a detailed understanding of the conservation challenges faced by aquatic species in more than one region of the country. Intimate knowledge of freshwater fish is a must, yet experience with other relevant taxonomic groups is desirable (e.g., amphibians, reptiles, crayfish, freshwater plants, freshwater mollusks, aquatic insects).
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