The main function of this position is to lead, collaborate, advise, and expand regional efforts related to building community resiliency to climate change, conservation careers pathways, and community engagement within the Department of Natural Resources Chesapeake & Coastal Service Unit to meet Department priorities and commitments. Resiliency and access to green jobs are vital components of the myriad statewide and regional commitments for which the Unit and its divisions are responsible, including the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, Maryland Commission on Climate Change, Maryland Project Green Classrooms, the Maryland Office of Outdoor Recreation and others. Because these efforts overlap and connect in various ways, strong coordination and cross-disciplinary work is necessary to assuring that all audiences are effectively engaged and have a voice in the process. This position will work with the Greater Baltimore Wilderness Coalition to grow, support and manage a network of government, NGO, business and academic partners who are collaboratively operating and supporting green job hubs across central Maryland. It will draw connections, identify best practices, plan and coordinate activities to improve effectiveness and efficiency; communicate, train as needed, and lead staff in shaping their work to contribute to the collective efforts of developing career pathways, coordination and promotion of jobs in outdoor recreation and natural resource fields. The position will also support the work of regional climate resiliency by supporting the Greater Baltimore Wilderness Coalition in coalition work, community engagement, long-range planning and capacity building of local partners.