Represent the PIFWO and Fish and Wildlife Service as a technical expert on Hawaiian Island fish and wildlife issues. You will provide office management and leadership services by setting priorities based on knowledge of resource priorities, applicable budgetary allocations, and directives. Responsible for all fiscal activities in your assigned geographic area, which include management of grants, agreements, and reimbursable funding. You will directly supervise staff providing technical, scientific, administrative, and policy support for activities. You will have significant responsibility for internal and external relations, which includes representing the PIFWO in meetings with international, Territorial, Commonwealth, State/Local governments, conservation groups and the public on fish and wildlife priorities that are regional and national in scope and may cross international boundaries. Review PIFWO program related documents including biological opinions, habitat conservation plans, program plans, letters, memoranda, strategic plans and other PIFWO documents for scientific and technical accuracy as well as consistency with PIFWO, regional and national Fish and Wildlife Service policies, directives, and goals.