Managed Business Solutions (MBS), in partnership with the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS), is seeking a temporary, full-time conservation social scientist to oversee human dimensions training and communications associated with the Human Dimensions (HD) Branch of the Natural Resource Program Center on-site in Fort Collins, CO. This program operates under the National Wildlife Refuge System. The HD Branch supports the FWS mission to work with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people by fostering social science understanding and capacity in the Refuge System headquarters, regional and field offices. This role is slated to begin as soon as possible - no third parties or agencies, please.
The successful candidate will support the Branch’s efforts by coordinating: (1) internal training opportunities, including seminars, webinars, and courses offered at the National Conservation Training Center and (2) the development and dissemination of technical guidance and informational resources, including a web-based resource portal and the Branch newsletter.
Writing samples will be requested from qualified candidates.
Interviews will be scheduled with the Human Dimensions Branch in conjunction with MBS. MBS, headquartered in Colorado, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sealaska Corporation and a global service provider of high-quality natural resource-based information technology solutions and is a current provider of services to the Department of Interior and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Final candidates may be asked to create a writing assignment to determine best fit. The final candidate will be required to undergo a background check and drug screening.