The Longleaf Program Coordinator, position #60032307, has just posted and closes August 5. This is a time-limited full-time position subject to external funding through grants and agreements. Current funding is secure through Dec. 31, 2022. The primary responsibility is to coordinate the NC Woods for Wildlife Conservation Initiative, which covers a 14 county project area from the sandhills and into the southern coastal plain. This is a multi-partner collaboration funded by a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant. Other areas of responsibility include supporting and coordinating NCFS and partner efforts of the NC Longleaf Coalition, America’s Longleaf Restoration Initiative, Longleaf Implementation Teams, and annual longleaf accomplishment reporting. The duty station will be located at either the NCFS Headquarters in Raleigh or at Griffiths Forestry Center in Clayton.