- Managing the day-to-day operations of the South Central CSC;
- Ensuring effective communication and sharing of results among the CSC’s consortium members, in service to the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives and other external partners in the south-central U.S.;
- Organizing and facilitating agenda and logistics of CSC-led meetings, workshops, internship programs, and other events;
- Serving on CSC boards or committees and engaging in strategy sessions, workshops, and partners’ meetings;
- Managing the submission of consortium-led proposals to the DOI/USGS annual supplementary project solicitation;
- Supervising or mentoring undergraduate students; and
- Conducting CSC-related research as time permits.
Desired qualifications: Applicants should have completed a Masters degree in Ecosystem Sciences, Climatology, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Zoology, or related fields. Exceptional applicants from other disciplines will be considered. Proficiency with computer applications, including Powerpoint, MS-Word, and Excel (or Mac OSX equivalents), is required. The successful candidate will have exceptional organizational and technical writing skills. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to use new software with minimal instruction.
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