Army Corps of Engineers

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Army Corps of Engineers Cortland, OH, United States
Apr 21, 2017
Temporary
Few vacancies in the following locations Cortland, OH Deerfield, OH Connellsville, PA Ford City, PA Hermitage, PA Saegertown, PA Slickville, PA Tionesta, PA Warren, PA Wilcox, PA Positions get filled FAST - Don't Delay! Positions will be filled at the GS-03 grade level. The grade offered will be based on HR review of your application package and responses to the occupational questionnaire. Positions do not provide promotion potential or offer career progression. You must be at least 18 years old by your first official workday. If selected and not currently residing in the local commuting area of the position's duty location, you must be willing to relocate to the commuting area within 30 days of accepting the tentative job offer. Relocation costs will not be paid or reimbursed. Employer-sponsored housing is not available and will not be authorized. Duties As a Park Ranger, you will provide support to the Park Manager and/or higher graded Park Rangers in carrying out various technical and administrative duties inherent in operating a flood control multi-use lake project. Major duties support operation and maintenance of the flood control facilities, support recreational activities available to public, and support protection and preservation of natural resources. Assists visitors with problems such as camping, swimming, picnicking, boating, hiking etc. Provides information in the form of talks to visitors on the area. Promotes good public relations by responding courteously to inquiries concerning accommodations, roads, fishing grounds, camping sites, flora and fauna, historical features-of the area, etc. Reports misuse of properties or facilities, unsanitary conditions, public nuisances, etc. to supervisor and/or local police. Performs various light maintenance tasks, as required in Resource Management Programs: Planting and/or watering trees, planting ground cover in eroded areas; Building and installing signs; Moving and cleaning tables; Patrolling camp sites by removing debris, picking up litter and cleaning fire rings; Occasionally working as part of a crew engaged in project maintenance activities such as building trails. Physical Demands & Working Conditions Work is performed both in and outdoors which can expose you to the usual climate extremes. You must wear a prescribed uniform and maintain a neat, clean, and orderly appearance; as well as meet and deal with visitors in a friendly, courteous, and tactful manner. You must be able to walk, climb, and carry equipment and supplies up to 50 pounds (assistance will be available for heavier items). Outdoor work may expose you to bee stings and insect and/or snake bites, as well as the usual danger of working with power tools while performing maintenance duties. You must wear appropriate safety gloves and protective clothing, as required.
Army Corps of Engineers Greers Ferry Lake, AR, United States
Apr 21, 2017
Full time
About the Position: This is a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger), GS-0401-05/07/09 position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, Operations Division, Geers Ferry Project Office, Located in Heber Springs, AR.    This position may be filled at any grade level, GS-05, GS-07, or GS-09; the full-performance level is GS-09.  Promotion to the next grade level is at the discretion of Management.  NOTE: You will be required to work some nights, some weekends, and some holidays.  **NOTE: Transcript(s) MUST be submitted at time of application, or your application will be considered incomplete and you will no longer receive consideration for this position.***  Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties You will serve as a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) involved in all aspects of project operations including natural resources, recreation, and dam safety. You will coordinate short-range planning and execution of all activities related to one or more of the following: Recreation and park administration Shoreline management and stabilization Fisheries and wildlife Pest control Soil conservation Historic property management and protection Visitor assistance and public safety and education You will participate in the conservation, preservation, restoration, and use of project natural and cultural resources. You will work with other fish and wildlife specialists and state and federal wildlife management agencies to protect threatened and endangered species. You will also patrol project lands and waters to prevent unauthorized use, trespass, and destruction of property. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel is required up to 10% of the time. Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent change of station (PCS) allowances are authorized, but DoD National Relocation Program (DNRP) services are not authorizeed. Closes Tuesday 5/2/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Piney Woods Trail Drive, Jefferson, TX, United States
Apr 20, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This recruitment is for three Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) GS-05/07/09 developmental positions with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Ft. Worth District, Operations Division, Piney Woods Regional Office in Jefferson, TX. Positions may be filled at either the GS-5/7 or 9 levels. Promotion to the target grade level will be through the intervening grade of GS-07. Promotion is at the discretion of management. Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties As a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger), you will be involved in all aspects of project operations including natural resources, recreation, and dam safety. You will coordinate short-range planning and execution of all activities related to one or more of the following:  Recreation and park administration Shoreline management and stabilization Forestry Fisheries and wildlife Pest control Soil conservation Historic property management and protection Visitor assistance and public safety and education Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel Conditions (TDY) up to 5% Relocation Authorized Yes Moving expenses are authorized and will be offered if eligible Closes Friday 4/28/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com  
Army Corps of Engineers Rogers, AR, United States
Apr 20, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This is a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger), GS-0401-05/07/09 position with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District, Operations Division, Beaver Project Office, located in Rogers, AR.   This position may be filled at any grade level, GS-05, GS-07, or GS-09; the full-performance level is GS-09.  Promotion to the next grade level is at the discretion of Management.  NOTE: You will be required to work some nights, some weekends, and some holidays. Duties You will serve as a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) involved in all aspects of project operations including natural resources, recreation, and dam safety. You will coordinate short-range planning and execution of all activities related to one or more of the following: Recreation and park administration Shoreline management and stabilization Fisheries and wildlife Pest control Soil conservation Historic property management and protection Visitor assistance and public safety and education You will participate in the conservation, preservation, restoration, and use of project natural and cultural resources. You will work with other fish and wildlife specialists and state and federal wildlife management agencies to protect threatened and endangered species. You will also patrol project lands and waters to prevent unauthorized use, trespass, and destruction of property. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel is required up to 10% of the time. Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent change of station (PCS) allowances are authorized, but DoD National Relocation Program (DNRP) services are not authorized. Closes Monday 5/1/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com  
Army Corps of Engineers Concord, MA, United States
Apr 18, 2017
Full time
Duties As a Marine Biologist working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, you will serve as a senior technical specialist in marine ecology, providing authoritative information on matters pertaining to marine/coastal ecology, biology, and other environmental sciences, and environmental laws, regulations, and policies particularly pertaining to dredging and dredge material disposal issues.  Additionally, you will: - Prepare/manage the preparation of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents (EA/EIS); Clean Water Act evaluations; Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act documents; Water Quality Certification applications; Coastal Zone Management (CZM) consistency determinations; Endangered Species Act Biological Assessments; and Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) determinations. - Conduct ecological studies on marine and estuarine aquatic systems, coastal dunes, beaches, and wetlands, and other habitats relative to civil works dredging and other projects in New England. - Conduct modeling to assess project environmental effects. - Design, implement, and direct field surveys and monitoring studies using either in-house resources or through contract scopes of work and delivery orders. - Communicate technical environmental information orally and in writing to project delivery teams and stakeholders throughout the project development process. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel is up to 5%. Relocation Authorized Yes Moving/relocation expenses are authorized. Defense National Relocation Program (DNRP) is not authorized. Closes Monday 5/1/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Riverdale, ND, United States
Apr 18, 2017
Full time
About the Position: This position belongs to the Garrison Project Office assisting the Threatened and Endangered Species Section in Bird Surveying and Monitoring. This position will run from May 2017 through September 2017. Incumbent will need to be available to start in the position as soon as possible. This temporary position will not lead to permanent employment. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Incumbent will serve as a Biological Science Technician in a lead role for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, assisting with the implementation of the Missouri River least tern and piping plover monitoring program for select project areas in the Omaha District. Provide training and technical guidance to monitoring crew personnel throughout the monitoring season. Field work requires use of global positioning systems (GPS) equipment, operation of boats, and includes long periods of walking over sandy or rough terrain and exposure to the elements.  Office work includes preparing field gear and equipment, and the organization and entry of data collected in the field into electronic databases on a daily basis. Field work may require long hours walking through wetlands, across sandbars and walking or driving vehicles over rough terrain to conduct habitat and bird surveys. The incumbent spends considerable time outdoors, where the incumbent may encounter variable weather conditions and exposure to insects. Travel Required 50% or Greater Travel for Temporary Duty (TDY) will not exceed 50% Closes Saturday 4/22/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque, NM, United States
Apr 14, 2017
Full time
About the Position: You will be working as a Biologist for USACE Albuquerque District. You will be responsible for researching and providing technical biological data on water resources or alternatives to other USACE representatives and customers.  Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job.  You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected.  See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities. Current Civilian Employee with the Department of the Army Current Permanent Department of Defense (DOD) - Civilian Employee (non-Army) Current Permanent Federal Civilian Employee  (non-DOD) Former Federal Employee, eligible for reinstatement Eligible due to Interagency Career Transition Program (ICTAP) Eligible under Veterans' Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) Eligible for military spouse preference under Executive Order 13473 Priority Placement Program, Program S (Military Spouse) registrants referred through the Automated Stopper and Referral System (ASARS) for this position Duties As a Biologist, you will be providing biological data and reports on environmental assessments, watershed assessments, biological assessments etc. In addition, you will need to understand the environmental laws and regulations that apply to each project. You will also determine the water resource study that is associated with fish and wildlife segment of the total biological system, prepare scopes of services, and cost estimates for work performed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act. Also, you will evaluate biological impacts of alternative plans for water resources development and water resources management. Travel Required Occasional Travel 15% business or temporary duty
Army Corps of Engineers St Paul, Minnesota, United States
Apr 14, 2017
Full time
About the Position : The mission of the Corps of Engineers' Regulatory Program is to protect the nation's aquatic resources, while allowing reasonable development through fair, flexible and balanced permit decisions. The Corps evaluates permit applications for essentially all construction activities that occur in the nation's waters, including wetlands. The office atmosphere is friendly, high-functioning with staff from a variety of backgrounds.  Both office and field work is required. Selectee will gain complex experience in implementing Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act and will have extensive interaction with counterparts in other Federal, state and local regulatory agencies. Resumes will be kept on file for 120 days. If additional vacancies become available, position(s) may be filled in any of the St. Paul District's Regulatory field offices or the district office which may include the following locations: Brainerd, MN; Bemedji, MN; Duluth, MN; La Crescent, MN; St. Paul, MN; Hayward, WI; Green Bay, WI; Stevens Point, WI; or Brockfield, WI. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties You will serve in a developmental capacity leading to the full performance GS-11 level, conducting the evaluation of applications for permits, and the modification of permits, for activities or work in waters of the United States. Evaluations may require most or all of the following (a) Providing advice to potential applicants/permittees concerning regulatory requirements, including jurisdiction, processing and evaluation, and the likelihood of project approval; (b) determining appropriate type of authorization for proposed projects, evaluating permit applications/proposed modifications and supplemental materials for completeness and requesting additional information as necessary for type of authorization required; (c) preparation of detailed site evaluations to establish base environmental conditions including delineation of wetlands, characterization of the biological, physical, cultural and social phenomena present at the project site and a determination of the relative quality of waters of the United States; (d) coordination of proposed projects/modifications with the applicant/permittee, their agent, consultants, and/or attorneys, the general public, elected officials such as Federal and State Congressional representatives, and other governmental agencies, as appropriate; (e) analysis of the full range of public interest review (PIR) factors outlined in 33 CFR 320.4 and any other factors which are revealed and bear on the decision to issue, modify or deny permits and recommendations as to whether public hearings should be conducted for the purpose of acquiring information to be considered in evaluating proposed actions; (f) preparation or management of accurate and detailed documentation, e.g., environmental assessments (EAs) or Environmental Impact Statements (EISs), PIR and Section 404(b)(1) Guidelines analysis, correspondence and other types of documents as required; (g) identification of alternatives which satisfy project goals and may have a lesser adverse impact on PIR factors in accordance with the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Section 404(b)(1) Guidelines, and other related laws and regulations; (h) recommendation of issuance or denial of permits/modifications, or conditions for issuance, and documentation of the weighing and balancing thought processes in a Statement of Findings (SOF) leading to the recommended decision; and (i) review of site specific restoration/mitigation proposals using technical experience and judgment to determine the feasibility of proposals. In addition, you will monitor compliance with permits and conduct the investigation of unauthorized work, developing and recommending resolution of enforcement actions and assist with the development and implementation of programmatic initiatives and requirements. Travel Required Occasional Travel Travel to attend meetings, conferences, and/or project site visits required 20% of the time. Relocation Authorized Yes Moving expenses/Payment of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) may be authorized, subject to the provisions of the Joint Travel Regulations. Defense National Relocation Program will not be authorized. Relocation or recruitment bonus may be authorized. Closes Monday 4/24/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Nashville, TN, United States
Apr 13, 2017
Full time
About the Position : You will function as a Biologist with the Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District, Engineering and Construction Division, Hydrology & Hydraulics Branch, located in Nashville, TN. Duties Serves as a Biologist with the primary responsibility of implementing the water quality program of collecting, analyzing, compiling, interpreting, and dissemination of data and providing technical advice on matters related to water quality. Prepares in-house products such as scopes of work and water quality reports; reviews and evaluates design documents and plans in regard to water quality impacts. Coordinates with other water resources agencies in implementing the water quality program. Travel Required 25% or Greater 25% or greater TDY may be required. Relocation Authorized Yes Relocation, Recruitment, Retention incentives may be authorized. Payment of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) costs is not authorized, based on a determination that a PCS move is not in the Government interest. Closes Friday 4/21/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Cochiti Pueblo, Cochiti, NM, United States
Apr 13, 2017
Full time
About the Position: Manage the overall environmental and natural resources programs for the Project Office, Cochiti Lake, Pena Blanca, New Mexico; or John Martin Reservoir Project Office, Hasty, Colorado; Albuquerque NM District; US Army Corps of Engineers. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties As a Natural Resource Specialist (Ranger), you will perform the following duties:  Develop Natural Resource concept plans for improvements in operations and efficiency. Serve as technical advisor for Natural Resources in the liaison capacity between the Project, District, and other partner agencies.  Responsible for the development, submittal and management of a Natural Resource budget for the Project.  Responsible for the development, administration, and supervision of construction, service, and natural resource contracts. Ensure strict enforcement of safe practices and safety regulations. Travel Required Occasional Travel Occasional travel required; appromiately 10% Closes Monday 4/24/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Detroit, MI, United States
Apr 12, 2017
Full time
About the Position: This position will serve in the Regulatory Office with the Detroit District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. This position is located in Detroit, MI. Serves as a Regulatory Project Manager in the Regulatory Office with primary responsible to evaluate permit applications with respect to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. "The President has ordered a government-wide hiring freeze subject to certain limited exceptions.  This position is subject to the hiring freeze.  Although we are moving forward with the consideration of candidates, we will not make a selection for this vacancy announcement unless and until the position is no longer subject to the hiring freeze." Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Performs environmental analyses to assess the impacts of proposed projects on fish and wildlife resources, water quality and the general public interest and where required determines compliance with the US. Environmental Protection Agency Guidelines at 40 CFR 230. Determines appropriate type of authorization for proposed projects Prepares detailed site evaluations including delineation of wetlands, and determination of the relative quality of waters of the United States Determines regulatory jurisdiction for proposed work. Recommends issuance/denial of Department of the Army permits and prepares the associated Statement of Findings and environmental assessments. Reviews site specific restoration/mitigation proposals to determine feasibility of proposals. Participates in special programmatic initiatives which may result from interagency coordination efforts, special task groups, directives from higher authority or District Management. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business travel less than 15% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) costs may be authorized, subject to the provisions of the Joint Travel Regulations and an agency determination that PCS is in the best interests of the government. Defense National Relocation Program (DNRP) is not authorized. Recruitment or Relocation incentive may be authorized. Closes Wednesday 4/26/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco, CA
Apr 12, 2017
Full time
Duties This is an interdisciplinary regulatory project manager position and management will select one of the following disciplines, Regulatory Project Manager, Ecologist or Physical Scientist position. In an advanced developmental capacity, you will apply knowledge of natural and related sciences in support of the US Army Corps of Engineers District's regulatory program.  You will be responsible for independently completing projects of moderate scope (e.g. small flood control projects, marinas, stream bank stabilizations).  You will evaluate Department of the Army permit applications and modification of permits for projects or activities of work in waters of the United States.  Responsibilities include coordinating permit activities, environmental documentation and enforcement activities with other federal, state, local government agencies and special interest groups.  In addition, you will be responsible for gathering pertinent information and conducting field studies.  Assignments will become progressively more complex to develop technical skills and experience geared towards performance at the full career level of GS-11. Management is hiring at the GS-09 grade level. Non-competitive promotion potential to the GS-11 grade level. Travel Required Occasional Travel Temporary Duty Travel is 10% to 20% Closes Tuesday 4/25/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Detroit, MI, United States
Apr 04, 2017
Full time
About the Position : Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Pathways Intern Program. Click here for more information on Pathways program participation. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hiring exceptional interns to fill our dynamic positions!  For this internship, you must be able to work full-time when not attending classes, part-time during school flexible.   This intern position is designed to prepare a student trainee for employment after graduation as a Biologist.  Interns will be assigned tasks designed to increase familiarity with the target occupation in a real world work environment. Who May Apply: Positions are open to current students pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate in an accredited high school, college (including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges); professional, technical, vocational, and trade school; advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution on at least a half-time basis (as defined by the institution in which the student is enrolled).  Short-term training programs (e.g., several two-week programs completed) are not considered an academic course of study. Duties This position provides for development and training under the Pathways Internship Program.  Intern assignments become more responsible as incumbent increases knowledge and skills through work experience and academic training.   At the full-performance level GS-11, you will be expected to: Serve as Regulatory Specialist with technical expertise to evaluate Department of the Army permit application, compliance and/or enforcement cases for activities. Assist in development of general permits Assist in the development of procedures to implement directives from higher authority Serve as a District representative on groups and tasks forces with missions of interest to the District or regulatory program. Complete assignments related to special regulatory initiatives Produce timely and quality products meeting the overall objectives of the regulatory program. Applicants are not guaranteed a position upon graduation. If a position is available and if all requirements are completed, applicants may be offered a full time permanent position at the GS-11 grade level. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business Travel less than 5% Closes Tuesday 4/18/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com