The Florida Fire Manager/North America Fire Specialist is a staff member with TNC’s Florida Business Unit (FLBU). The FLBU has a long and successful history of professional wildland fire management focusing on the use of prescribed fire in maintaining pyrogenic habitats and as a tool for restoration. Fire management is conducted on and off TNC lands with partners and TNC is seen as a leader in this field. This position will be based in the FLBU’s Stewardship & Field Programs Department (SAF) and serve on the SAF Leadership Team. They will report to the SAF Dept Director with coordinated supervision with the TNC Director of Fire Management. Although this position is a staff member of the FLBU, they will provide fire management support to two other Conservancy programs: North America Fire Program (NAFP), and the General Counsel Safety and Risk Office (GCSRO). This position requires an experienced wildland fire professional who is qualified as a National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) Type 2 Burn Boss (RxB2). They will be based in Florida and may work from a TNC preserve, home office, or an arranged partner location. They will be expected to travel statewide (FL), nationally, and internationally to support all three programs. The Nature Conservancy emphasizes Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice principles (DEIJ) when recruiting and implementing its conservation work.