[ES_JOBS_NET] FW: 3 SES natural resource leadership positions in the US Forest Service W.O.
StaudtA at nwf.org
Wed Aug 7 12:44:10 MDT 2013
From: Robin O'Malley [mailto:romalley at usgs.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, August 07, 2013 5:37 AM
To: Patricia Tillmann
Subject: 3 SES natural resource leadership positions in the US Forest Service W.O.
The Forest Service’s Washington Office has 3 job announcements for Executive level natural resource leadership positions. Two are in Research and one is in the National Forest System. Below are the job titles, a link to their USA Jobs vacancy announcement, and a short description of each position:
1) Research and Development Director for Resources Use Science and applications are being accepted until August 21, 2013.
The Director, Resource Use Sciences (RUS), Washington Office, serves as a member of the Forest Service R&D executive staff and, as such, is responsible for providing national leadership to comprehensive scientific programs, many of which have worldwide impact on providing fundamental and applied knowledge to important environmental, conservation, and utilization problems. The incumbent’s responsibilities include national program and budget development and oversight aimed at ensuring that the knowledge and technology for managing and utilizing the nation’s natural resources are available to resource utilization managers. The scope of the incumbent’s specific responsibilities is complex including research in economics, social sciences, urban forestry, wildlife, fish, and utilization.
2) Research and Development Director for Forest Management Sciences.
Applications are being accepted until August 28, 2013.
The Director of Forest Management Sciences (FMS), Washington Office, serves as a member of the Forest Service Executive Staff and, as such, is responsible for providing national leadership to comprehensive scientific programs, many of which have worldwide impact on providing fundamental and applied knowledge to important environmental, conservation, and utilization problems. The incumbent's responsibilities include national program and budget development and oversight aimed at ensuring that the knowledge and technology for managing the Nation's natural resources arc available to resource managers. The scope of the incumbent's specific responsibilities covers an exceptionally broad and complex array of research spanning multidisciplinary components that must be successfully integrated to solve vegetation management and protection knowledge and technology gaps. These major components include research in silviculture, forest ecology, genetics, rangeland ecology, microbiology, entomology, pathology, fire sciences, and climate change.
3) The National Forest Management Director and the National Watershed, Fish, Wildlife, Air and Rare Plants Director (vice Anne Zimmermann).
Applications accepted until August 19.
The Director, Watershed, Wildlife, Fish, Air, and Rare Plants Staff, serves as program leader and technical director of Forest Services programs involving conservation, development, and manipulation of wildlife and fish habitats.
For more information, please contact:
National Wildlife Research Program Leader and Liaison to the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center USDA Forest Service Research and Development Arlington, VA mstomosy at fs.fed.us <mailto:mstomosy at fs.fed.us>
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