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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever

Precision Ag and Conservation Specialist
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In partnership with Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) Bobwhite Quail Pine Savanna Project and Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GADNR) Wildlife Resources Division, this position will be part of a passionate and dynamic team that works with farmers, ranchers, and private landowners to find conservation solutions for working lands, helping to deliver our habitat mission. This position will work in cooperation with both Quail Forever Biologists and GADNR Wildlife Resources Division Private Lands Biologists to coordinate and implement wildlife habitat-related conservation programs and provide technical assistance within the Georgia Bobwhite Quail Initiative’s (BQI) focal regions of Georgia. This position will help increase awareness and understanding of how data-driven, targeted, on-farm conservation activities can increase profitability and sustainability through improved conservation stewardship. You will have the ability to work closely with a wide variety of individuals and partners focusing on agricultural lands throughout Georgia. This effort will provide you with an opportunity to identify where voluntary conservation adoption can increase profitability and sustainability of agriculture operations and make significant contributions to wildlife habitat on working lands. You will be a Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever employee based out of a home office with regular travel throughout Georgia. Some overnight travel will be required for farm visits, partner meetings, trainings, and outreach activities. A computer, printer, and other general office supplies will be provided. For more information on our Precision Ag & Conservation program visit our website at:


· Initiative to make initial contacts, cold calls and develop new relationships using various methods.

· Self-motivated and able to work independently, make decisions and set and meet goals, without direct supervision.

· Strong customer relations and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate challenges and success with team members, supervisor, partners.

· Demonstrated knowledge of modern farm equipment and techniques, technology, agronomic and conservation practices common to the region.

· Basic knowledge of habitat management practices specific to bobwhite quail.

· Commitment to maintain high standards and address issues in a timely, professional manner.

· Must have experience with ArcGIS with the ability to import, export, and manipulate data, create, and edit shapefiles to create professional looking maps.

· Valid driver’s license required; Use of personal vehicle required (mileage reimbursement provided)

$46,000 – $66,000 (Commensurate with Experience and Qualifications) + Benefits (5% match 401k).
How to Apply:

Please combine your cover letter, resume, and 3 references into a single Word document or PDF file before uploading to the “Resume” area of your application on our website at: . Our benefit summary is also viewable on our website.

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