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Plant Pathologists, USDA Forest Service, Forest Health - Asheville NC and Pineville LA, USA

Two positions.  Closes March 24 2023.  Vacancy Announcement #:  23-R8-GVA-11886372-DP-DB

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/712836100

 

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Forest Health Group Leader, US Forest Service, Missoula, Montana, USA

This position is open only 5 days, until March 3 2023, or until they have 150 applications, whichever comes first.  For duties, qualifications, and to apply:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/708881000

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Forest Health Specialist, Arizona Dept. of Forestry and Fire Management

This full-time position in Phoenix, Arizona is a key component of the Specialized Forestry Team and will be responsible for the implementation of a comprehensive and robust statewide forest health program.  The position is funded by grants.  It will be open until filled.  Duties:

  • Provides technical expertise in forest health and cooperative forestry programs to private landowners, municipalities, non-profits, tribes and others.
  • Conducts statewide forest health surveys on state and private lands and recommends forest health treatments. Assists in the preparation of funding proposals, tracking and fiscal controls.
  • Provides technical expertise in statewide aerial detection surveys. With partners completes annual flights, develops quick notes for dissemination, synthesizes results and assists with compiling annual summary report. Maintains annual training requirements and relationships with partnering organizations.
  • Prepares and submits periodic technical and administrative project reports and financial documents as required. Maintains accurate hard copy files and electronic maps of projects for input into treatment tracking database and geographic information systems. Assists local grantees with administrative reporting requirements. Field checks grants for compliance and accomplishments.
  • Develops outreach opportunities/trainings and represents the agency at appropriate meetings. Develops materials for dissemination and develops relationships with partners. Represents the Department in regional and national committees, as assigned. Maintains communication with Federal, State and University partners for strategic project implementation.
  • Other duties as assigned.

https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/forest-health-specialist-phoenix-arizona-united-states

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Forest Health Program Manager, New Mexico Forestry Division

The purpose of this position is to manage the Forestry Division's Cooperative Lands Forest Health Management Program. The position will conduct activities that assess and detect, prevent and suppress forest infects and diseases on state and private forestlands in New Mexico. This position provides leadership, guidance, direct technical assistance, and other services to state managers of natural resources and to private land managers and landowners.  The job will be open until they fill it.  For more information and to apply:

https://careers.share.state.nm.us/psc/hprdcg/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U.  Then enter 00059953 in the search field.

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Forest Pathologists, US Forest Service Southern Region

Two positions are announced in the Southern Region's Forest Health Protection group.  One is in Alexandria, Louisiana and the other in Asheville, North Carolina.  It may be too late to respond to the outreach, but you can check https://fsoutreach.gdcii.com/Outreach to check.  The position will be posted in https://www.usajobs.opm.gov.

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Forest Pest Management Specialist, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation

Montana DNRC’s Forest Pest Management Program is currently recruiting a Forest Pest Management Specialist.  The Forest Pest Management Program assists landowners and resource managers in preventing, identifying and managing forest insects and diseases.  The position is based in Missoula, MT and provides services throughout the state. Application deadline is February 24, 2023.  For more information and to apply:

https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=23140168&tz

 

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Group Leader, Missoula Field Office, Forest Health, Northern Region, US Forest Service

The USDA Forest Service, Northern Region, State and Private Forestry group is conducting outreach for a Forest Health Group Leader position in Missoula, Montana. The Group Leader leads a team providing technical advice, assistance and guidance on various forest entomology/pathology issues, and other forest health disturbance factors, to federal, state and non-governmental cooperators throughout the Northern Region. 

Contact Joel Egan in Missoula: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r4/forest-grasslandhealth/?cid=stelprdb5163164

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Biological Science Technician (Insects and Disease), Southwest Region, US Forest Service

This position is located at the R3 Regional Office in Albuquerque, NM.  The incumbent is responsible for performing a variety of complex and recurring duties supporting Forest Health Protection/Pest management implementation.  GS 7/8/9.  Closes 2022 Aug. 26. https://www.usajobs.gov/job/671774400

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Exotic Forest Pest Educator, Purdue University

Develop and manage a multi-agency outreach program for invasive forest pests including spotted lanternfly, spongy moth and Asian longhorned beetle. Details on how to apply are available at this link https://careers.purdue.edu/job-invite/20128/.  Accepting applications through July 18, 2022 or until a suitable candidate has been found.  

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Forest Pathologist in Alaska Region, US Forest Service

The US Forest Service will be hiring a forest pathologist in Anchorage, Alaska, USA.  The position is currently in the "outreach" stage, meaning potential candidates are asked to express interest.  Interest should be expressed via a form by 2022 May 6.  Contact Michael Shephard.

https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/r10/learning/nature-science/?cid=fsbdev2_038892

At some point thereafter, the position will likely be listed on USA Jobs, and it may only be briefly.  Potential candidates should watch for the listing.

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