Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council seeks Executive Director

The Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, whose purpose is to help restore the ecosystem and economy of the Gulf Coast Region following the Deepwater Horizon disaster and other impacts, is seeking a new Executive Director. The Executive Director reports directly to the Council, comprised of the heads of six federal agencies and the governors of the five affected Gulf states, and has full delegated line authority and responsibility for executive level management to provide leadership and overall direction to the Council staff. For the full job description and application instructions, visit usajobs.gov.