Army Corps of Engineers

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Army Corps of Engineers Lewisville Lake, Lewisville, TX, United States
Jan 19, 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, Trinity Regional Office in the following Texas locations: Grapevine, Wylie, and Lewisville.Position(s) will be filled under the Department of the Army Recent Graduates Program. Click herefor more information on Pathways program participation.  After Program completion, Department of the Army Recent Graduates MAY be converted to a permanent position or to a term position (a project-based term of employment lasting between one and four years).DutiesThis is a developmental position, the target level for this assignment is GS-09. You will perform developmental assignments under close supervision. Assignments become progressively more difficult until the full-performance level is reached. At the full performance grade level you will serve as a Natural Resources Specialist (Ranger) for the lake project office.  At the lower grade levels you will be performing duties under close supervision. You will coordinate long and short-range planning and execution of all activities related to one or more of the following:Recreation and park administration Shoreline management and stabilizationFisheries and wildlife managementInvasive species managementSoil and water conservationHistoric property management and protectionVisitor assistance, public safety and educationAfter program completion, Department of the Army Pathways Recent Graduates MAY be converted to a permanent or term appointment without further competition.This position is being filled at the GS-05, GS-07, and/or GS-09 level with potential conversion to a position with a full performance level at GS-09.Occasional TravelBusiness Travel Conditions (TDY) up to 10%Closes Thursday 1/26/2017
Army Corps of Engineers Boydton, VA
Jan 19, 2017
Full time
DutiesPerforms visitor assistance activities including patrol of project land and water areas.Advises visitors concerning safety and proper use of facilities in accordance with established policies and regulations.Interprets and enforces those rules and regulations.Takes appropriate action to ensure compliance with these policies and regulations including the issuance of warnings and citations, when necessary.When a citation is issued, the incumbent is responsible for gathering evidence, preparing the case, and presenting it before the magistrate.Uses judgment in paying particular attention to areas, activities, or time/day situations that are likely problem periods or sources.Responds to fires accidents, and emergencies.Render first responder assistance, initiates appropriate actions and contacts concerned agencies and personnel.Participates in rescue/recovery operations.Performs initial and follow-up investigations of accidents, incidents or unusual situations.Prepares a draft report for submittal to supervisor, along with recommended preventive actions or measures.Monitors visitation recording equipment and troubleshoots equipment making field repairs when necessary.Occasional TravelBusiness Travel maybe required up to 10 percent.Closes Monday 1/23/2017Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Nashville, TN
Jan 07, 2017
Full time
Job Announcement Number: SWGJ177925171890000D.Special Notice: Please Read!  If you are currently a permanent, Federal employee or have other appointment eligibility(s) as an internal candidate, please apply for this vacancy against SGGJ177925171874894.About the Position:You will function as a Biologist with the Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District, Planning, Programs, and Projects Management Division, located in Nashville, TN. This position can be filled at the GS-0401-07 or GS-0401-09 grade levels.The full performance grade for this position is GS-0401-11. The incumbent performs developmental assignments under closer than normal supervision. Assignments become progressively more difficult until the next performance level is reached. Non-Competitive promotion to the next level may be effected provided sufficient experience and all necessary qualification requirements are met; and the full scope of the duties are performed.Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens DutiesAdapts, applies, and modifies methods, procedures, and techniques to accomplish a full range of activities pertaining to the ecological aspects of planning for water resource development programs. Plans, conducts, and coordinates biological and physical investigations relating to fish and wildlife for studies during preauthorization, post-authorization, and operation and maintenance stages. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:Coordinates planning studies with State and Federal fish and wildlife agencies as required by the Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act.Prepares the ecological portions of planning studies and various special studies on water resource development projects.Applies broad knowledge and general understanding of biology and related sciences to independently prepare environmental evaluation sections of reports.In compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190), prepares environmental assessments and environmental impact statements on projects of proposals under Corps of Engineers jurisdiction, including the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and other pertinent environmental laws, regulations, and Executive Orders.Prepares permit applications and supporting information for coordination with environmental and resource protection agencies for assigned projects.Occasional TravelUp to 20% TDY may be required.Closes Thursday 1/19/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com