Summary This position is located in Region 6, on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, in Roseburg Oregon.
For additional information about the duties of the position, please contact William Kuhn at or email at The USDA Forest Service has legislative authority to recruit and fill Permanent (Career/Career-Conditional), Temporary, and Term Appointments under the USDA Demonstration Project.
Under this authority, any U.S.
citizen may apply.
Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Integrates multiple ecological programs to maintain a viable and dynamic forest system consistent with the Forest's restoration goals.
Monitors and evaluates the effects of management actions on forest land and surrounding communities.
Analyzes ecosystem components and processes to determine the effects of management activities.
Develops mitigating solutions to actions resulting from adverse effect on the forest system/lands.
Evaluates ecological conditions and trends across all vegetation types of the forest to determine if management actions are meeting the desired objectives of management plans.
Works with fuels planners and fire ecologist to develop strategies and priorities for fuels reduction and fire risk reduction.
Manages the inventory program to collect data applicable to the management of the forest.
Incorporates information into the planning process.
Generates and maintains data in geographic information systems.
Periodically re-evaluates the program to ensure that methodology and information are significant to the goals of the Forest.
Applies ecological principles, published research, datasets, tools, and models to support landscape level to project level ecological planning and implementation for the Umpqua and Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forests.
Leads or assists in the development of forest-wide restoration and vegetation management plans, post-disturbance restoration planning, integrated landscape and forest restoration plans, and region-wide vegetation datasets.
Conducts analyses of forest historic natural range of variation.
Leads or assists with reforestation, restoration treatments, vegetation monitoring, collaborative forest restoration projects, and climate change adaptation planning.
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