US Forest Service seeks Natural Resource Specialist for Beaver, Utah


November 1, 2010


The USDA Forest Service, Fishlake National Forest, Beaver Ranger District is seeking a Natural Resource Specialist. Beaver, Utah is

located equidistant from Salt Lake City and Las Vegas, NV. The Paiute Trail is located in the Fishlake National Forest. The

position is responsible for management, oversight, and participation in a variety of district programs including but not limited to:

· Developed and Dispersed recreation

· Trails and Travel Management (including roads)

· Special Use Permits (recreation, outfitter-guide, lands, etc.)

· Volunteer Recruitment and Coordination

· Interpretation and Environmental Education

· Facilities, Fleet, and Safety

· NEPA and Interdisciplinary Team participation

· Forest Protection Officer duties

· Administrative duties associated with managing the various programs

· Other duties as assigned

Information about this position is available by contacting Amy Barker at 435-438-2436 or by e-mailing abarker@fs.fed.us. You may

apply for the position at www.usajobs.opm.gov/

Merit Promotion (status eligibles only): PERM-OCR-0401-57911-NAT-G

Demo (open to all U.S. citizens): PERM-OCR-0401-57911-NAT-DP

Select Beaver, Utah as the duty station for the position when applying.

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