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Lands Program Specialist - Forest Health - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Department of Lands, USA
$27.08 - $28.89 Hourly; Closing 2/28/2022

The Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) has an opening for a Lands Program Specialist - Forest Health position located in our staff office in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

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Forest Health Specialists, Southwestern Region, US Forest Service

The Southwestern Region, Forest Health Protection is seeking interest for 120-day details, with Temp Promotion potential, and planning to fill 2 permanent, full-time Forest Health Specialists (job series Biological Scientist, GS-0401-9/11). If you are interested in these positions as a detailer or in the permanent position, please complete the attached form or respond to the online outreach notice by February 7, 2022.

Link to the outreach notice:

These positions serve as Forest Health Survey Specialists for the New Mexico and Arizona Zones of Forest Health Protection. Major position duties include: 

  • Responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting aerial detection surveys for forest insects and diseases encompassing most forested areas within the corresponding State and elsewhere as needed.
  • Provides technical assistance concerning forest insect and disease location, extent and severity to land managers for integration into resource management activities.
  • Prepares and writes reports to present survey data including GIS maps, summary tables and graphic displays, which includes mapping of insect and disease caused damage, management projects and reporting regional insect and disease conditions.
  • Serves as Zone Point of Contact for technology, GIS and ArcGIS on-line support to specialists.
  • Participates in field surveys as needed to evaluate forest damage from abiotic and biotic impacts. Summarizes data obtained from field surveys and applies appropriate statistical tests. Reports results to various users in written and graphic formats.
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Forest Health Monitoring Program Manager, Rocky Mountain Region, US Forest Service

The Rocky Mountain Region is seeking to fill a permanent position for the Region’s Forest Health Monitoring Program Manager as part of our State and Private Forestry and Tribal Relations Director Area.  We are outreaching this position to determine interest and expect to fill this vacancy during the summer of 2022.  Response deadline to this outreach is February 11, 2022.  Please distribute as appropriate and see the attached for additional information regarding this position.

This opportunity can also be viewed in the outreach database:

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