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Working out of Washington, D.C., the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's (NFWF) Coordinator, Marine and Coastal Conservation (Coordinator) will have programmatic, communications, and administrative responsibilities for the Foundation's marine and coastal grant making.

The Coordinator reports to the Director, Marine and Coastal Conservation and supports functionality of the full Marine and Coastal Team including partnerships.

The Marine Team manages approximately $17 million in public and private grant funding annually, disbursed through a number of programs including, but not limited to the Coral Reefs, Sea Turtles, Fisheries Innovation Fund, Killer Whale Research and Conservation, and other programs in the marine and coastal portfolio including funding opportunities for the Gulf of Mexico, freshwater fish, shellfish, marine debris, and national stranding networks. The Coordinator will also aid in the development of new partnerships. For more information and to apply, click here.


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