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Pallid Sturgeon Technical Lead position available

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Here is great opportunity to help lead Pallid Sturgeon Recovery.  Please help distribute

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/571977600 [usajobs.gov]

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/571978000 [usajobs.gov]

The Missouri River Coordinators Office in Yankton, South Dakota is currently advertising for a Pallid Sturgeon Technical Lead position on USA JOBS;  see links copied above.  This new position will serve a key leadership role in guiding and evaluating  pallid sturgeon science for the US Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners; while communicating this science across a suite of pallid sturgeon recovery platforms including the Missouri River Recovery Adaptive Management Plan, Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee, and Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Team and Work Groups.  This position truly is a unique opportunity for someone interested in science application/decision support within a highly complex river system, a dynamic interface between ecological need and economic value, and a highly engaged stakeholder constituency.

This position is being advertised as a GS12/13 depending on experience.  Preferred duty location is Yankton, SD but duty location is being advertised for choice in Bismarck, ND; Pierre, SD; Yankton, SD; Omaha, NE or Kansas City, MO. Position solicitation closes July 10, 2020.

I ask for your help in any of the following ways:

  1.  Please share the links for this position with your colleagues, friends and enemies.
  2.  Consider applying for this position yourself.
  3.  Call Casey Kruse (605)-760-7471 or Wayne Nelson-Stastny (605) 660-5349 with any questions or just to visit. 



Wayne Nelson-Stastny
MRNRC Coordinator / Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Coordinator
PO Box 710
Yankton  SD  57078 0710

Phone  402 667-2884
Mobile  605 660-5349 


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