Are you passionate about fish and wildlife conservation and increasing opportunities to work with private landowners to achieve it? 

This position serves as a senior planner within WDFW who works at national, state and local levels to collaboratively identify, prioritize, develop and support the implementation of agricultural incentive programs that conserve and restore fish, wildlife and ecosystems throughout Washington State.

Working within WDFW’s Landscape Conservation Section, this position is responsible for: acting as WDFW’s primary liaison to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Farm Service Agency (FSA) regarding the Federal Farm Bill, as well as state entities regarding incentives and agricultural practices that affect fish and wildlife on private lands; supporting on-the-ground delivery of incentive programs to private landowners through an existing team of regionally deployed private lands biologists; proactively supporting partnerships and the development tools that link funding opportunities to on-the-ground delivery; and coordinating across the agency’s programs to effectively integrate its collective values into this Fam Bill and agricultural incentive delivery.

Learn more at: State of Washington Job Opportunities | Work that Matters