Conservation Coordinator – Plants and Fungi, Global Center for Species Survival

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Conservation Coordinator – Plants and Fungi, Global Center for Species Survival

The Global Center for Species Survival (GCSS) has been established as a partnership between the Indianapolis Zoo and the IUCN Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC). The Conservation Coordinator – Plants and Fungi is one of 7 Conservation Coordinators (each assigned to a specific Group). The Coordinator will be part of a multicultural team of full-time staff employed by the Zoo dedicated to support the missions of the Indianapolis Zoo and the SSC. The GCSS Staff Team will provide critical training, capacity and coordination support to further mobilize the species conservation efforts of IUCN SSC Network of experts alongside wider partner and key stakeholder communities.

The Conservation Coordinator — Plants and Fungi will support the programs of the SSC’s plant and fungi Specialist Groups. These Groups are focused on assessing, planning and mobilizing policy and action for plant and fungi species conservation around the world. GCSS positions are open and available to all candidates worldwide. International candidates must be able to acquire a work visa. Fluency in English a requirement of all positions. Fluency in other languages is desired.

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