A national Native American non-profit organization, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, serves as a communication medium for self-determined Native American fish and wildlife managers.

We serve as a communication network between tribal, federal, and state fish and wildlife management entities.

Jobs

Coastal Marine Resource Specialist, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
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Environmental Programs Manager
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Job Description, NAFWS
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Office Manager/Membership Coordinator,
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Gila River Police Department Hiring Police Officers & Dispatchers
36 Downloads
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Gila River Police Department Hiring Police Officers & Dispatchers
12 Downloads
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Office Manager/Membership Coordinator,
87 Downloads
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Office Manager/Membership Coordinator, Native American Fish & Wildlife Society
69 Downloads
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Office Manager/Membership Coordinator, Native American Fish & Wildlife Society
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Office Manager/Membership Coordinator, Native American Fish & Wildlife Society
19 Downloads
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Executive Director, Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission
54 Downloads
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Partnership Coordinator, USFS, San Juan National Forest, Durango, CO
84 Downloads
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Wildlife Biologist, Navajo Nation Fish & Wildlife Dept.
101 Downloads
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Biologist I Aquatic Lab Manager
95 Downloads
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New Mexico Tribal Liaison, SCCASC
120 Downloads
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Wetlands Specialist, Grand Portage Trust Lands
157 Downloads
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Water Quality Technician
145 Downloads
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Natural Resources Tech
117 Downloads
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Environmental Coordinator, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa
163 Downloads
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Biological Aide, Invasive Species, 1854 Treaty Authority
159 Downloads
1.08 MB
Biological Aide, Fish Wildlife (2 vacancies)
211 Downloads
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Watershed Coordinator, Eastern Band of Cherokees
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Position may be located in: AZ, NM, or OK. Duty station may vary at discretion of management. Additional questions regarding placement should be reserved for interview process. CLOSING DATE: 9/20/2019.

This position serves as a member of the External Affairs team with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Southwest Region, Office of External Affairs. The incumbent leads the Region's outreach to the 84 Federally recognized tribes located in Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas, and supports the Service's national Native American Liaison program as a consultant and through appointment to a number of committees. TO VIEW THE POSITION INFORMATION.